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  1. Hallo zusammen :) Ich hab eine MIDIbox-V1 dass ich mit einem original Netzteil >> https://tinyurl.com/y8ohwtoq betreibe. Läuft alles super nur wird das Netzteil schon sehr heiß, weshalb ich mir dieses Netzteil besorgt habe >> https://tinyurl.com/y8zvl8aw hatte mich vorher erkundigt, läuft problemlos mit einem C64. Heute angekommen angesteckt und funktioniert nicht. MIDIbox geht gar nicht erst an. Original Netzteil wieder dran und alles in Ordnung. Hm :/ Weiß jemand von Euch woran das liegt? Wenn es mit dem original Netzteil läuft wieso dann nicht mit dem neuen? Kennt jemand eine sichere Alternative? Kann ich dieses original Netzteil auch verwenden? >> https://www.ebay.de/itm/202986385416 Wird das genauso heiß? Danke Euch! krizz
  2. Not using MB hardware but still did some sounds with originall C64.
  3. Hello, I am already some time here in this forum but this is my first post and I never thought to sell my equipment.... My family needs space....... Here is the list of my equipment: 2x MB6582 (just the base PCB is soldered, 1 control PCB partly soldered, power supply suitable for 8580 and 6581 SIDs), displays! I made a lot of photos of, so if someone considers to buy just let me know and I will provide pictures! Further I have PAC-TEC desktop housings but no cover plates. € 350,- each SID-chips (some of 8580 (diff releases), 6581´s (maybe six) € 30,- each AND I HAVE A LOT OF COMMODORE STUFF!!!!! 1pc. C64-Breadbox case, Datasette, Joysticks, Floppies, PSUs, 1 grey C64, cables, etc. please ask! I am quite busy during the week, so please be patient if I won't answer immediately. I´ll do my best to answer you as soon as possible.
  4. Florestan


    Didn't find anything with keyword "PSU" in the forum, so maybe I'm the most birdbrained guy around. So what, please type slowly... ;) This is my first (bigger) soldering project and I already finished the core and I'm working on the SIDmodule. To check voltages I need to connect it to the PSU, therefor I bought an original C=64 power supply. This is where I am at a loss: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_8xsid_c64_psu_optimized.pdf Is there any circuit board available to connect the C=64s PSU with my Midibox? Greetings Florestan
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