I visited Schaltungsdiesnt Lange in Berlin last Monday. Their database is rather badly organized; it appears to be impossible to search by anything else than model names. Old schematics are pretty expensive: 10 DM for a single sheet. On the other hand, newer service manuals consisting of dozens of pages were in the 20..40 DM range. I bought a copy of the UltiMax a.k.a. VIC-10 schematics. Bad news: it's exactly as bad quality as the one I snail-mailed to Ruud a couple of years ago. It'd require lots of work after scanning; the diagram is barely readable. I went through their whole catalog, searching for older Commodore stuff. As their archive wasn't very well organized, I only requested a handful of items starting with VC for closer investigation. Most of them were just simple memory expansions (with address decoding and buffering logic), but one was the schematic diagram of the VC-1112 IEEE-488 interface for the VIC-20. It was "friendly" enlarged to DIN A3 size; I'll have to scan it in two A4 parts some day. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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