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California, via Cork

Posted Tue Jan 05, 2021 12:33 am

Wow. It appears I’ve found my next project.

That said, anyone find a different keyboard interface than the Tynemouth? Appears the coronavirus shut them down... :(

(Edit... oop, looks like the Keyrah is the way to go?)

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Posted Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:49 am

That is really impressive!

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New Orleans, LA, USA

Posted Mon Jan 18, 2021 7:45 am


Do you have any plans to complete the A1200 3D print frame for the MiSTer that you've posted on Thingiverse? I see it's been 6 months since your last login hopefully you'll see this in the near future. :)


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Posted Thu Oct 21, 2021 11:18 am

DazzaS wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 4:39 am
1x DC Power Supply Jack Socket Female Panel Mount Connector 5.5 x 2.1mm, Fitting hole of 7.8mm with rear locking nut. - Is this correct?

1x Mini Panel Mount Switch 3A 250V ON-OFF SPST Dimensions 15x10x17mm Mounting Hole 14x9mm.

1x 8mm Mini Waterproof Car Momentary Push Button Switch Zinc-Aluminium *This one differs to Matt's.

1x Adafruit Panel mount HDMI Cable 40cm part number ADA978, *This is a perfect fit.

2x SparkFun USB Type A Female Breakout part number BOB-12700

1x Micro SD TO Micro SD Card Extension Cable Adaptor Extender

1x Heatsink with 3m tape for DE10 FPGA Dimensions 22x22x10mm ... o-cooling/

1x Adafruit ZERO4U 4-PORT USB HUB without POGO pins v1.3 part number ADA4115

1x Micro USB B Male to Mini USB B Male Data Cables Digital Cables Cord OTG Adapter
Uh that's an impressive list... :D

From the photos of the finished project I am missing those USB cables from the hub to the two ports on the right side of the Amiga including the pins to mount them on the BOB-12700 boards...
And does anyone know where to get the Amiga keyboard to USB adaptor? :shock:

Regarding those MiSTer parts, I can recommend bought my USB hub and RTC board there...
Regarding a basic MiSTer set I can recommend

I am planning to do this build too - got the A600, got the MiSTer - but missing all those small parts.
I could find all of them so far... those I've found I added up there.

Does anyone who built this thing have a precise list with perhaps model/part numbers?

Kind regards, Andi

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