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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 5:55 pm 
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zap wrote:
This is how the RRNet was placed inside the c64 to stop it from being ripped off the RetroReplay board this unit will always be c64web.com
webserver making this c64 nice and tidy on bench.

http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod2.jpg
http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod1.jpg
http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod4.jpg


Check it out now fixed the links

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 6:03 am 
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zap wrote:
Check it out now fixed the links


Looks very professional. Well done!


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mangelore wrote:
zap wrote:
Check it out now fixed the links


Looks very professional. Well done!


That aluminum plate is also the heat sink for the reg next to the joystick port now boy it gets hot with the little heat sink supplied by commodore yet you rarely see a faulty one.

MagerValp has my favorite cartridge case with that snazzy label.

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zap wrote:
zap wrote:
This is how the RRNet was placed inside the c64 to stop it from being ripped off the RetroReplay board this unit will always be c64web.com
webserver making this c64 nice and tidy on bench.

http://www.c64net.com/pics/c64mod2.jpg
http://www.c64net.com/pics/c64mod1.jpg
http://www.c64net.com/pics/c64mod4.jpg


Check it out now fixed the links


holy shit, that looks amazing!


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2008 4:30 am 
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zap wrote:
MagerValp has my favorite cartridge case with that snazzy label.


Snazz up your RR cart!

http://www.paradroid.net/tmp/rrlabel.psd


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 3:35 pm 
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soon my rr mod photo
but here my c64 mod
exos rom
speeddos
normal rom
audio out
noisereductien on/off
audio on/off
Resetbutton
painted black and a c64ii keyboard


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I like the black c64 thats a stack of floppies. :)

1571 is still my drive of choice.

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Same here i like the 1571s a lot :)
BTW some one is building the sid2sid for me !!! i have the cartridge.But most of the time i will use a tracker (SDI)


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:42 pm 
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Nice, but you shouldn't take notes directly on your desk.

What is that thing in the foreground?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:46 pm 
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That thing is a mmc/sd reader for my pc
i have a MMC64 :)


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 12:09 am 
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sorry i didnt understand :shock:
a lot of time i take notes on my desk :) :lol:


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Wonder-Boy wrote:
Nice, but you shouldn't take notes directly on your desk.

What is that thing in the foreground?


He lies to work with a LARGE DESKTOP :)

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@odo: I'd like some more info on that Noise reduction thing, please....!


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Hi RaveGuru
You have to ground the audio in.I did that on the back of the print at the place where the monitor cable goes in the c64.

Code:
 Audio out ->  O     O <- ground
 Audio in   ->   O
               O     O

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And if you want audio out so you can connect your c64 to pc speakers
look picture :)

Zap its a very large desktop :D


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2008 5:40 pm 
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Hi RaveGuru
do you understand it ?


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