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(S)NES gamepad adapter for MSX computers

by ro on 16-10-2017, 08:44
Topic: Hardware

Using a Nintendo Gamepad on the MSX computer

14.3 Mhz Z80 processor for eMSX

by Bart on 29-09-2003, 21:05
Topic: Hardware

EMSX the alternative MSX compatible system that runs on the Evolucion4 V2 slotexpander, all built and designed by Leonardo Padial Electronics, is able to run at 7.1 and 14.3Mhz.

sd_snatcher has released a guide on how to upgrade the Toshiba HX-MU900 FM Synthesizer Unit (a.k.a. Toshiba MSX-Audio) with 256kB Sample RAM and MSX-Audio BIOS. This cartridge was, up to now, the most limited Y8950-based device for MSX.

4MB memory mapper for 6000 yen!

by snout on 28-02-2002, 00:08
Topic: Hardware

Source: Ikeda's MSX Print (27-02-2002)

In Ikeda's News Print, Kuniji Ikeda let us know that the Terra Network System stopped producing their 4MB Addram memory mappers. Fortunately there are still some mappers in stock. This could be your last chance to get a cheap memory mapper. The price will be 6000 yen, about € 51,- If you want one, just mail Ikeda

Now available for people who are less confident with handling a soldering iron.

8bits4ever MSX interfaces

by PAC on 17-06-2016, 19:29
Topic: Hardware

Behind this name there is a relatively new and little known Spanish hardware developer for MSX and ZX Spectrum.

The Brazilian MSX hardware developer Ademir Carchano has re-opened his website. Here, you can find fast ATA/IDE interfaces, slot expanders and an 80-column card that can be used as a kit to transform an MSX1 into an MSX2.

Ademir creates MEGA-IDE

by Bart on 27-01-2002, 14:07
Topic: Hardware

Ademir has created a MEGA-IDE cartridge which is a:

  • Memory Mapper (up to 4 MB)
  • Slot Expander
  • SCC/SCC+
  • ATA-IDE interface (including MSX-DOS2)
  • Disk controller

all in one cartridge.The price of this great cartridge is about $400,- which is ofcourse very affordable for a cartridge with this many features!A comp

Arcade joystick for MSX

by Ivan on 26-04-2007, 20:58
Topic: Hardware

novi^skt has announced that he has produced an arcade joystick for MSX inspired by the Telemach Professional, an extremely robust arcade joystick for home computers produced and sold in Spain in the late eighties.

Atari goes ethernet. Next stop MSX?

by snout on 11-11-2003, 15:53
Topic: Hardware

A few weeks ago Chris Martin, a Texas Instruments engineer succeeded in creating an ethernet interface for Atari 8-bit computers, as other hobbyists had already done for Commodore 64.

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