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« on: September 17, 2007, 06:38:12 PM »

Pinout of the Videopac cartridge?     
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Shawn Sr.

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Post Pinout of the Videopac cartridge?    

Hey All,

I searched and searched on Google and all that comes up is the controller pinout Rolling Eyes Anyone got the pinout for a videopac cart please?

Thanks Smiley

Shawn

Mon Sep 25, 2006 4:35 pm    


Rene_G7400

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You can find it in this pdf file:

http://www.atarihq.com/danb/files/o2doc.pdf

Mon Sep 25, 2006 7:54 pm       


al

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There are two pdfs at

http://xi6.com/files/docs/

with service information for the Odyssey? and G7000/G7200.
The latter one also contains several cartdrige schematics with the Philips logo on them. One of them seems to be a multicart design.

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Sun Oct 01, 2006 2:02 pm    


VPR

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interesting cart ??

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Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:51 am         


Rene_G7400

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   VPR wrote:
   interesting cart ??


It can contain 8 4k games or 16 2k games. It has a display and a switch to step through the games.

Mon Oct 02, 2006 11:40 am       


Shawn Sr.

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   Rene_G7400 wrote:
   It can contain 8 4k games or 16 2k games. It has a display and a switch to step through the games.


That same schmatic with a few traces rerouted could make for a huge cart also could it not? I know I took the ATARI 32in1 (2k) and made it take alot more than 32 games by switching out a 27256 and putting in a 271001 Smile

Tue Oct 10, 2006 12:56 pm    


Rene_G7400

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   Shawn Sr. wrote:   
That same schematic with a few traces rerouted could make for a huge cart also could it not? I know I took the ATARI 32in1 (2k) and made it take alot more than 32 games by switching out a 27256 and putting in a 271001 Smile


Should be possible. You'll need an extra display, and possibly an extra button (I think you don't want to press the button 99 times to play game number 99). But I think it wouldn't have many advantages compared to John Dondzila's multicart.

Tue Oct 10, 2006 3:30 pm       


Shawn Sr.

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   Rene_G7400 wrote:
   But I think it wouldn't have many advantages compared to John Dondzila's multicart.


@rene: Is John the fella that made the dip switch one? That one is cool and all But I hate dip switches!! If its only like 10 to 20 games then power toggle is the best bet IMHO. Hell I think the menu is the best idea anyhow, I gotta go email a friend and see how you know what is coming.

Wed Oct 11, 2006 2:39 am

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