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Rookie Drive NX continues to improve.

Rookie Drive NX - virtual USB drive for MSX

by Pac on 10-04-2017, 03:13
Topic: Hardware
Tags: DSK, Nextor, USB

The natural evolution, now with Nextor support!

RS232 using MSX Joystick Port

by Danjovic on 22-01-2008, 21:01
Topic: Hardware

Danjovic has managed to write a bitbanged serial routine which is able to transmit data to a PC at speeds of up to 19200bps. In order to accomplish this a TTL to RS232 level shifter is needed, implemented using a transistor.

Using a small program it is possible to intercept the LPRINT hook used by MSX-BASIC to direct output to the serial port.

Here's how to substantially improve the sound of these otherwise nice Sanyo MSX2+ machines

SCC+ partial pinout revealed

by sd_snatcher on 07-06-2011, 12:12
Topic: Hardware

In an act of curiosity, the MSX user ant0niutti took the time and effort to find out the pinout of the Konami SCC+ soundchip that was used in Snatcher and

SD Floppy Emulator

by snout on 23-11-2010, 20:57
Topic: Hardware

Many active MSX users around the wold have extended their MSX computers with SCSI or IDE harddisks, Compact Flash or SD/MMC interfaces. All of these storage devices offer more storage space, are much faster than floppy disks and are generally less prone to failure. There is only one downside, however, as these interfaces always come at the expense of one cartridge slot.

SD/MMC 2.2+

by Gradius2 on 06-11-2010, 22:03
Topic: Hardware

MSX Projects will release a professional version of SD/MMC v2.2+ in Brazil. It fixes a bug found in version 2.2 made by Sinfox. Delivery is expected to be December 2010. At start orders will be done within Brazil, followed with International orders after initial internal supply.

SD/MMC interface for MSX

by Danjovic on 12-04-2007, 01:13
Topic: Hardware

Danjovic has announced an interesting new hardware extension for the MSX: an SD/MMC interface that works even on ordinary MSX1 configurations. On 3.58MHz data can be read from SD or MMC cards at 154 Kb/s whereas writing data reaches a respectable 145 Kb/s.

fzanoto has announced a second batch of his MA-20 cartridges for MSX1 users wanting to play MSX2 games while leaving their machines in their original state.

Second batch of Tecnobytes' Audiowave

by ro on 04-04-2021, 12:51
Topic: Hardware

New old hardware for your ears.

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