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retro donald to the rescue :) i like that guy :) am very interested to hear your sound impressions (are the filters good - and how´s noise compared to tha original) :)



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Sorry Peter, no SID module currently at hand and so much stuff to do besides soldering one :pinch: Hope somebody buys one and posts the results here in the forum. I'm really interested as well. The Atmel runs @ 32Mhz, but a friend told me they are only specified for 16Mhz. I'm curious if this affects the sound quality. I read about rumors that glitches occur. But without the analog design, the signal should be less noisy. But this is all theory, hope somebody posts practical results.

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