C= LSI chips (was Re: C128 repair advice...)

From: Ethan Dicks (ethan_dicks_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 2002-02-26 19:04:13

--- Nicolas Welte <welte@chemie.uni-konstanz.de> wrote:
> ruud.baltissen@abp.nl wrote:
> > The 6525A. Even I don't have any spares :(
> I know someone who says he still has a few 6525s...

I myself have exactly one spare.  I'm now curious... where do they appear?

From what I've seen, the list includes the 1551 drive, the CBM-II and
the Magic (Tragic ;-) Voice cart, right?  Anywhere else?

Also, I'm unfamiliar with the 6523.  It's obviously an I/O chip, but what
makes it different than, say a 6522?  Most of my C= experience has been
with mainstream products (PET, VIC-20, C-64, 1540/1541, etc.).  I haven't
had to open up many printers or less-popular consoles.


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