Marko Mäkelä wrote: > Damn, I didn't think about that. Do you mean that it wouldn't fit in the > left-hand-side cassette port of the 8032-SK? The port on the back should > be closer to the back panel, I think. Actually I checked the right-side port on the 8296, I don't have an 8032-SK. On normal machines the cassette port on the back side should be easily accessible even by a DB25 connector housing, but I don't think this works with the SK style left or right port. > Now you're suggesting that some of the DB25 end has to be removed, in > order for the cassette port connector to fit. I don't think that it is > impossible. I just compared my cassette port connector with a DB25 plug, and if the part for the DB25 mounting screws is removed, it should fit well into all tape ports. > BTW, does anyone know good sources of cassette port connectors and > DB9-DB25 adapter cases? I always buy such stuff at www.reichelt.de, or www.kessler-elektronik.de. At Kessler, search for "Comodore". Or Article number "UPS12", if you can't reproduce their typo ;-) Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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