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By sunrise

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17-04-2010, 14:16

Rob maybe you can react directly here, since you are online still. So far I haven't had luck with my emails all 3 of them send in the last 2 months.

Is it still possible to get a sampleram upgrade for the moonsound and what will it cost me ?

So that's not total rubish and I'm not the only one who is having a hard time getting the information. Hearing/Readin from other people.

The sram's are laying somewhere else but there are at least 8 copies of them
costs are around 8 euro exlusive of sending
But about your hearing/readin from other people , they most likely still use the wrong emailaddress and that I have already told a few times. Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

By Leo

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17-04-2010, 14:57

8 euro is fair price ,
in france i buy from ( they are near brussels ) :

in nederland i dont know , i checked , but they dont have.

By RetroTechie

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17-04-2010, 20:55

you buy a chip anywhere 521kbx8 sram change jumpers.
Don't believe I've EVER seen those, I assume you meant 512Kx8 bit? Anyway, maybe Conrad don't has those, but should be easy to find. Try for example Display, or big international selling firms like Digi-Key or Farnell. No need to order from obscure shop abroad.

You will probably have some 'handling costs' though, and make sure to order the right type (physical shape / size, voltage, pinout, speed etc). In case of doubt on what you need: just post markings of already present SRAM and/or close-up pic of MoonSound circuit board here, and it would be easy to determine if a specific type is suitable. Btw: contrary to what you may think, a 'slower' SRAM (say, 70~100 ns) might be a better match for use in a MoonSound than a faster SRAM (say, 20~55 ns).

By Leo

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18-04-2010, 07:39

i got mines on ebay in fact, but there isn't any at the moment , they were 70ns. i have a few left ...

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