[vcf-midatlantic] WTB: Atari ST SH314 floppy drive and SC1224 monitor

John Heritage john.heritage at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 17:50:16 UTC 2022

Just wanted to echo the 1224 is easy to ship. It's pretty much a cube with
durable turn knobs on the side and it is pretty tiny.

Also it appears some sf354s can be made double sided just by changing the


Btw exciting to meet more ST people!  Enjoy!

On Fri, Mar 4, 2022, 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
> advise.
> 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
> privately.
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Joe Giliberti
> >

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