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Start page Dave Poo 2 - Datassette | You can now watch a new video from the Dave Poo 2 YouTube-channel. In this video Dave is servicing a Commodore Datassette. GadgetUK164 - RGB 2 Amiga | A new video from GadgetUK164. In this video he installs a RGB 2 Amiga converter in an Amiga 500 and an Amiga 2000 computer. 10 MARC - CDTV upgrade | A new episode of the 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast is now available. In this episode: An upgrade for the Commodore CDTV with memory, keyboard, mouse and a SCSI Hard disk. Arctic Retro - Keyboard tester | You can now watch a new video from the Arctic retro YouTube channel. In this video the built and use of a keyboard tester that was developed by Sven Petersen. Dave Poo 2 - SID replacements | You can now watch a new video from the Dave Poo 2 YouTube-channel. In this video Dave compares the ARMSID, Nano SwinSID and the MOS 6581 Sound Chips for the Commodore C64 computer. Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: More development on the MEGAphone with a new PCB. AmigaONE X5000 | The AmigaONE X5000 is the latest PowerPC based computer developed by A-EON Technology. The features are: QorlQ P5 64-bit PowerPC - 2GHz, SATA, PCI-e, Xorro, PCI, USB, Ethernet, Serial, SD, AmigaOS 4.1, 4GB DDR3, 240 GB SSD, DVD, RadeonHD R7 240, Soundblaster live and Enhancer Software 2.1. Universe64 - u6510+64 CPU | You can now watch a new video from the Universe64 YouTube channel. In this video a demonstration of the prototype of the new u6510+64 C64 CPU with integrated REU 1750 (512 kB). The u6510+64 CPU is tested with the game SONIC - The Hedgehog. Linus Akesson - C64 Theremin | Linus Akesson has made a Theremin for the Commodore C64 computer. The Theremin is one of the earliest electronic instruments. It's played by moving one's hands in front of two antennas: One controls pitch and the other controls volume. Retrohax - Mechboard64 | Retrohax has written a blog about building and installing the Mechboard64, a mechanical keyboard, in a Commodore C64 computer. GoFundMe - C128D Keyboard | Brian Seeley started a gofundme campaign to build new keyboards for the Commodore C128D computer. Many C128D computers are available without keyboards, and existing computers would benefit from having new keyboards available if needed. Chris Edwards Restoration - CDTV RGB2HDMI | Chris Edwards Restoration has made a new video. In this video he installed the new CDTV RGB2HDMI that gives you 2 DB9 mouse / game ports, a rom switcher and HDMI video out. Niklas Ekström - Amiga - SPI | Niklas Ekström developed an Amiga parallel port to SPI adapter. With this adapter you can connect many devices to the Amiga computer, for example a SD-card module. GadgetUK164 - ZIF & modulator | A new video from GadgetUK164. In this video he installs ZIF IC-sockets and a new modulator in a Commodore C64 computer. Greaseweazle Tools v1.3 | Keir Fraser has released updates for the Greaseweazle hardware. The recent changes are: Support for ibm.800, ibm.2880 and *.MGT formats. Sidekick64 | Sidekick64 is a versatile software-defined cartridge for the C64, C128, C16, Plus/4 and VIC20. It uses a Raspberry Pi 3A+/3B+/Zero2 to emulate memory expansions, sound devices, freezers, and many other things. Recent additions are: a MOD/YM/WAVpPlayer (up to 48kHz stereo with dual SID-setups), improved low-latency HDMI-audio output for SID-/FM-/MIDI-emulation, added YM3526/OPL sample playing emulation, more configurability (TFT logos), and a bunch of minor improvements. SIDKick | SIDKick is a versatile sound device for C64s and C128s: it serves as a drop-in replacement for the SID 6581/8580, and at the same time provides Sound Expander-emulation (Yamaha OPL-based FM sound), a MIDI interface and can control LED stripes. It uses a Teensy 4.1 and makes no compromises with regard to quality: the emulation is based on reSID and fmOPL. It also comes with a few extras such as built-in configuration tool and PRG launcher. Recent updates add YM3526/OPL digi/sample playing emulation and some optimizations/bugfixes. Jan Beta - Checkmate 1500 Plus | A new YouTube video from Jan Beta. In this video: Jan is building an Amiga A500 motherboard in a Checkmate 1500 Plus desktop computer-case. A Hobbyist's Guide to THEA500 Mini | Holger Weßling wrote a book about the THEA500 Mini. In this book: technical information about the console, fascinating facts, interviews with key personnel. And a huge amount of information about the built-in games. Tynemouth Software - PET Dual Joystick | Tynemouth Software has written a blog about the new dual joystick interface from The Future Was 8 bit for the Commodore PET computer. Alleged_Geek - C16 joystick adapter | You can now watch a new video from the Alleged_Geek YouTube channel. In this video the build of a joystick adapter for the Commodore C16, C116 and Plus/4. GadgetUK164 - Amiga AT Bus Clone | A new video from GadgetUK164. In this video an Amiga AT Bus Clone (IDE Zorro II Card) - Build & Test. A-Pet 500 | The A-Pet 500 is a metal case for an Amiga 500 computer in the shape of a Commodore PET computer. You can see an update of the project in this YouTube video. Randy Rossi - VIC-II replacement (7) | A new YouTube video from Randy Rossi is now available. In this video Randi shows the recent updates of his hardware replacement for the VIC-II chip in the Commodore C64. Retrohax - Amiga 2000 (4) | Retrohax has written a blog about building a brand new Amiga 2000 computer. You can now look at part 4 of the project in his blog. Tynemouth Software - Plus/4 & 7-pin PS | Tynemouth Software has written a blog about replacing the original 4-pin power supply connector with a 7-pin connector (VIC20 / C64). Amiga clock port - Raspberry Pi | Niklas Ekström developed a new interface to connect a Raspberry Pi to the Amiga clock-port. The A314 software has been adapted to this interface so that it is possible to run services such as a314fs and the SANA-II network driver. Greaseweazle Tools v1.2 | Keir Fraser has released updates for the Greaseweazle hardware. The recent changes are: Improvements for gw read, gw convert and fallback. Support for Kryoflux info block. SID-Device / ACID 64 Player Pro | SID-Device is a cross-platform Network SID Device, developed by Wilfred Bos, that emulates the Commodore C64 sound chip, a.k.a. SID chip (6581/8580). It runs in a local network or on your own machine. PET 64 Docking Station | Dave Luna had an old not working Commodore PET 64 computer. He decided to make it into a docking station for a modern computer. He added a TFT screen, USB hub, DisplayLink adapter to the PET 64, and an Arduino for the connection with the PET 64 keyboard. Nick Bild - C64 Fitness Watch | Nick Bild developed another hardware project for the Commodore C64 computer. This time he connects a C64-themed smartwatch that wirelessly syncs data to your Commodore C64 computer. Tynemouth Software - VIC20 ROM cartridge | Tynemouth Software has developed a new ROM cartridge for the Commodore VIC20 computer. This cartridge can be used as a 8, 16 or 32 kB ROM cartridge. The ROM can be configured in the Blocks 1,2,3 or 5.