Re: Is it at all possible?

From: Bo Herrmannsen <>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 13:39:02 +0100
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dont like it, "emulation" will never be the same thing.. and if i read
correct it does not have the full funtion of a SID

what i was after was if a blank chip could be programmed to be 100% the
same as the org. but after i read a lot last night and surfing youtube i
guess at least for the SID there is no way arround recycle and old chip

2017-02-21 13:07 GMT+01:00 Daniel O'Shea <>:

> On 20/02/17 06:49, Bo Herrmannsen wrote:
>> so did go through BOM again to try and shave of some cost
>> still missing:
>> 6526
>> 6581
>> Line Filter
>> Crystal
>> can the 2 first be programmed in a new chip like some of the others can?
>> sorry for asking so daft but it could then be an option
> For the 6581 there is the 'new chip' option of the SwinSID:
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