Atari ST/STacy was Re: MCM66128L20
spectre at floodgap.com
Sat Apr 14 09:40:03 CDT 2007
> You can find several places that make an ST to VGA adapter cable which
> is good.
Will a CGA monitor be able to handle 320x200 lo-res? I wonder if people
have tried hooking them up to Commodore 1902s or 1084s.
If I use the composite lines from the monitor on a composite display, what
happens to the main display on the STacy? Does it turn off or stay on?
> Ram upgrades are all very easy to install and you can find them from B&C
> Computervisions - www.myatari.com and from Best Electronics -
But, say, to run things like MIDI applications, games, etc., is it necessary
to have more than 1MB RAM?
> Look at places like atariage.com in its ST section, several very easy
> homebrew IDE interfaces are available or you can pick up a MegaFile HD
> which plugs into Atari's ACSI interface (a slight variant on SCSI with
> its own self assigning drive # system)
This implies that the internal interface for the STacy is SCSI. True?
The person I got it from was clueless and had no idea if it had an HD
or not, although the screenshot just showed A and B "floppy drives" (but
there was no second bracket), so installing an HD would be very nice if
I can just get a SCSI mini drive from a donor Mac and slap that in.
> It all comes down to what you are planning to use the ST for, also if
> you want to Internet enable your ST look into getting an Ethernec card -
> its an NE2000 unit that plugs into the cartridge port and uses a
> modified version of the STing Ip protocol.
I might look into that although the Commodores are starting to occupy
more and more ports on the hub these days :)
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