RE: [stella] Cart PCBs

Subject: RE: [stella] Cart PCBs
From: "Billy Eno" <norby@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 18:08:23 -0500

Thanks for the info.  Do you sell your PCBs or otherwise make the design
available?  How much would they cost?  Anyone else out there have other PCBs


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-stella@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-stella@xxxxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of Chris Wilkson
> Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 12:37 AM
> To: Stella
> Subject: Re: [stella] Cart PCBs
> Billy,
> I make cart boards for ROM-only games up to 32K.  I use 27Cxx EPROMs,
> which are CMOS, but not electrically erasable.  I've also been known to
> use Flash ROMs (which are essentially EEPROMs), but those are only for
> personal use:  for testing new hardware that I build and, if they can't
> do it themselves, new software written by the people here.
> There's the PCB that Joe Grand makes, and I think at one point, Randy
> Crihfield at Hozer Video Games was planning to make some type of board.
> But I don't know the details, or if he ever did.  I'm sure Kevin Horton,
> Chad Schell, and the other hardware hackers here have done similar things.
> -Chris
> On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Billy Eno wrote:
> > What sort of custom PCBs are out there for 2600 carts?  I have
> seen a few
> > references in the archives, but not many specifics.  I know
> there are ones
> > out there that use old 2732 NMOS EPROMs (specifically Joe Grand's 2732 +
> > inverter carts of SCSIside fame) but I wonder if anyone has
> experience using
> > modern CMOS EEPROMs for the carts.
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