Again strange add ons

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PA3ASM

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PA3ASM – real time monitor enabled using F2

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C64 kernel switching module “kernalumschaltmodul”

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SX64 kernel ROM and 1541 ROM

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Packaging of 3 6581 SIDs Microtech Roos – The Hague
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Contents: 3 X 6581 SID (week 18/’84, 46/’84 30/’84)

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Brand of the serial controlling boards, controlled by a Commodore SX64

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The complete set of serial controlling boards

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Commodore interface – component side

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Commodore interface – solder side

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‘Speed Saver 2’ and ‘MicroTel’ EPROMs

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‘Speed Saver 2’ help screen (based on the pa3asm kernel)

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Dutch “MicroTel” 600 screen

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Hypra-Load and SD (didn’t boot)

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Hypra-Load-System by Tribar screen

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‘Comin-64’ and ‘DiskDoktor’ EPROM’s

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DiskDoktor screen

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‘Com-in 64’ by Rob Maris screen
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‘Expanded’ EPROM – component side

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‘Expanded’ EPROM – solder side

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‘Expanded’ screen

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5 Responses to Again strange add ons

  1. Paul says:

    This is a great collection of add-ons. It’s fascinating to see these exotic bits that folks fabricate. Are those ROMs unique? I recognize the EX-DOS ROM but that’s about it. Any chance you can dump them?

  2. smuggsy says:

    Looks like a fantastic box of toys, have fun! 🙂

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