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Video: Resetting a Dandanator after it was loaded with a 512kb game

Introduction This video is a direct result of a comment I got where a user (Mark) had problems resetting his Dandanator Mini after it was loaded with the Sword of Ianna. That game uses up the entire 512kb ROM and … Continue reading

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Video: First looks at the DES (Dandanator Entertainment System) for Amstrad CPC

Introduction I’ve been using Dandanators for a few years now and I love them, their simplicity makes loading games very easy. I heard about a competing product called DES which uses the same hardware and software to work with the … Continue reading

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Video: First looks at the Amstrad SSA 1 for CPC 464

Introduction In this video I took a close look at the Amstrad SSA 1 for CPC 464 explaining some of it’s main features. The Amstrad SSA-1 is a Speech Synthesiser & Stereo Amplifier including speakers but it’s only compatible with … Continue reading

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Video: First looks at the RGB2HDMI for Amstrad CPC

Introduction I blogged about this new RGB2HDMI card here but now you can watch the video showing it’s features. Check it out.

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Video: First looks at the Ultimate CPC MIDI Sound & MIDI Interface Card

Introduction I blogged about the Ultimate Midi sound card for Amstrad CPC here, but this post is to point you to a video I uploaded to youtube, take a look and see and hear for yourself how cool this card … Continue reading

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First looks at the Ultimate CPC MIDI Sound & MIDI Interface Card

Introduction I saw a video on an Amstrad CPC facebook group that I thought was rather amazing, in it was an Amstrad CPC 464 with cards connected to the expansion slot and playing back MIDI music brilliantly, it sounded so … Continue reading

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First looks at the RGB2HDMI adapter from Piotr Bugaj

Introduction I recently ordered an RGB2HDMI adapter made by Piotr Bugaj via the SellMyRetro website here. The device cost me 55 GBP + another 5 Euro postage. I was excited to test this alternative method of showing Amstrad content on … Continue reading

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Video: A closer look at the Amstrad CPC 472

Introduction In this video I show you the two different versions of Amstrad CPC 472 that were sold in Spain between September and December 1985 and explain which of them is rarest and how you can find one for yourself … Continue reading

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A closer look at the Amstrad CPC 472 timeline

Introduction Of all the Amstrad CPC’s, the CPC 472 definitely fascinates me. Amstrad sold the CPC 464 model in Spain as elsewhere in Europe but due to local laws and added tariffs, Amstrad was forced to change how the original … Continue reading

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Video: First looks at the Dandanator Mini Dual

Introduction I blogged about the newly released Dandanator Mini Dual here, take a look at that to find out how to buy one for yourself. And now I’ve released a video showing you my device in all it’s glory, check … Continue reading

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