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Because SID Clones are cool and from time to time a new one appear, this List could be helpful to get an overview. Feel free to add new or further Information where to buy/whatever... (Technically they are no real Clones they are emulations on microchips) SwinSID http://www.swinkels.tvtom.pl/swinsid/ (DIY possible) TKs SwinSID Review->http://ucapps.de/midibox_sid_manual_swinsid.html Arduino/Atmega based Replacement, cheap but simple Mostly sold on ebay (about 15-20€) SwinSID Ultimate Improved SwinSiD Full describtion https://www.polyplay.xyz/SwinSID-Ultimate (Audio in for Feedback) FPGASID An FPGA based SID ;) further Infos: http://www.fpgasid.de/ Forum http://midibox.org/forums/topic/20289-the-fpgasid-project/ (Audio in for Feedback) ARMSID (Recommended solution April, 2021) ARM Cortex M4 based SID (Please read further informations from drwestbury, jjonas and Martin Lukazek at page 2 of this thread) Info and shopping https://www.retrocomp.cz/produkt?id=2 BackSID (New) ARM Cortex? Info, Shipping: https://store.backbit.io/product/backsid/ (Just possible to add one to the basket) SIDKICK (DIY) Teensy 4.1 (ARM Cortex M7) + PCB. Attention, this one is big and maybe don't fit inside your Midibox. Based on ReSID engine. Nice Features like switching trough different SID Models. See also page 2 of this thread. https://github.com/frntc/SIDKick FREESID (DIY) Teensy 4.0 (ARM Cortex M7) + PCB Possibility to modify/recode the Firmware. Stereo SID Emulation (Early Alpha Firmware (No Filter, ADSR Bug), PCB available from the builder here:https://www.uni64.com/c/pcb-platinen/free-public-domain) UltiSID (Ext. ->Forum Link) https://www.forum64.de/index.php?thread/113715-ultisid-new-stm32-sid-chip-replacement/ Dual 6581 SID Emulator (DIY) Teensy 3.5 (ARM Cortex M4) + PCBs (no good Plug and Play for MBoxes, look at the Dimensions) Code is based on ReSID Engine which is the Soundengine of the VICE C64 Emulator Infos: https://hackaday.io/project/159917-dual-6581-sid-emulator It is possible/necessary to configure SwinSID Ultimate, FPGA and ARMSID (6581/8580 mode, Filter mode) you need a working C64 for this and a sd2iec or something similar. Keep that in mind. Read with which configuration they will be shipped and may ask the seller if he can configure it to fit your needs. ARMSID offers a standalone and DIY Arduino based solution to configure ARMSIDs without a C64 https://retrocomp.cz/produkt?id=67