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This item is what I was looking for. Do you ship to Canada? If yes, how much is shipping?
Hello, I am glad you like it 🙂 Yes, I do ship to Canada. Please add the adapter to the basket and proceed to checkout to see the shipping cost.
wich one LED module is compatibile with new A1200net cases?
Greetings from Poland
the “BC” version will fit for sure, as lightpipes are slightly more narrow then those for E chassis. They are 14.8mm wide, to be precise. If however new 1200 cases have been based on more recent “E” mold, you could also fit 1mm wider “E” version, which would result in more appealing look, especially if you are lucky owner of clear A1200 case.
Please measure width of LED cutouts. If you get 16mm, go for the “E” version.
version for 1D1 mainboard will be available?
Not planned for the moment 🙁
Is it supporting USB Joystick ?
not yet, sorry.
Does this support the mouse wheel?
It does not, sorry.
1. Update the download section with the Falcon version’s manual – now it mentions black and white cables while the Falcon PSU has blue and brown ones.
2. Add an header for existing Falcon PSU connection – there’s a nice connector, I feel bad destroying it only to connect it again into a very similar one.
Will you have some new TOS stock soon ? I am interested in the US 2.06 version.
Your wish has been granted, they have just been restocked 😉
Many thanks !
Superb! Exactly what I wanted since years! Finally a Gotek – like reader that uses the floppy button for USB access and properly designed for Amiga! Which models is it going to be for? I hope for A600, A1200 and A1000… eventually A500 but I have only 1 machine… I have more than 5 of each others).
You need to offer international sales and shipping. Please, please, pretty please. We are starved for a product/service like this down in Australia.
Hi, I bought your product st2vga. Works fine for high res on vga display, but low res not supported. What solution ?
Hello Sylvain, color modes (a.k.a low and medium res.) require 15kHz HSYNC capable monitor, such as Benq BL720A. This is a design limitation of your Atari video output, not ST2VGA.
You can also check sites like http://15khz.wikidot.com or http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=32243
New A1200 cases by A1200NET have 16mm wide LEDs cutouts.
So “E” version it is.
Any update regarding the progress?
Which revision of these will work on the kickstarter cases?
This is the one you should get, A1200.net case is made of “E” rev. molds.
Hi! Do you know when these will be back in stock and ready for dispatch?
Hello Chris, most of current back-orders should be dispatched during next week, new batch is expected a week or two after.
Ah, cool – not too long then!
Hi! Does this have proper solder cups at the back, or is it just straight pins?
All the eBay ones I’ve found are really tough to solder because they’re just pins st the back without solder cups!
They are straight pin version. Unfortunately, I have not been able to locate solder cup version, which indeed is more convenient to work with, anywhere. I do not think they are available any longer.
Ah, thanks for the info!
I just bought an ST2VGA instead!
Hi! Just received my STVGA – thank you!
Are the three pads next to the switch the audio output? If so, do you recommend a particular jack for use to provide the mono output?
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