[vcf-midatlantic] WTB: Atari ST SH314 floppy drive and SC1224 monitor
billdegnan at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 17:03:49 UTC 2022
Here is my system:
On Fri, Mar 4, 2022 at 9:18 AM Ethan O'Toole via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> A few things. The Atari SC1224 monitor is pretty tiny physically, so
> someone should be able to wrap it pretty well and it survive.
> The SH314 floppy, I can't find a picture. But I can say that both my Mega
> 2 ST and Atari STacy have a style of floppy where the drive has an awesome
> looking contour that matches the case. Neither work. Something with age
> takes them out, and I never figured out what. If anyone knows, please
> Side thing regarding Atari ST:
> I built this ACSI2SD board using the blue pill STM chip. I dig it. I plan
> to lay out a circuit board that:
> 1 You remove the DB19 from an Atari ST and solder this new board into the
> Atari that takes place of DB19
> 2 It would expose SD, USB and a switch to switch DC power between atari
> and USB(for firmware updates) through the DB19 hole on back of case
> 3 It has solder holes for the removed DB19 internally, it's not usable but
> a placeholder to keep the part with the machine inside (need to figure
> out clearing metal sheilds)
> 4 3d printed plate to cover the DB19 hole and allow access to ports
> Maybe a version for the STacy when I get around to opening mine back up. I
> did a ribbon cable that goes to someone else's ASCI2SD board meants for
> DB19, but it's sloppy as all hell.
> This wouldn't require a blue pill board, I'm trying to put those directly
> on PCB to make the whole thing smaller and internal.
> On Thu, 3 Mar 2022, Joseph Giliberti via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> > Greetings!
> > Title says it all. Only interested in working pieces. Not interested in
> > risking sending a CRT through the mail. Let me know what you have
> > Thanks!
> > Joe Giliberti
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