Atari Disk Drives...
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> Date: Sat=2C 7 Nov 2009 20:53:03 -0500
> Subject: Re: Atari Disk Drives...
> From: ethan.dicks at gmail.com
> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
> On 11/7/09=2C Glen Slick wrote:
>> On Sat=2C Nov 7=2C 2009 at 2:47 PM=2C Geoffrey Reed wrote:
>>> Haven't come across the pcb with modern parts yet=2C I've emailed a pla=
>>> claims to have the 6810's at < 4 per chip=2C but they are slow in respo=
>>> to requests and if they do have it=2C they ship via carrier pigeon so i=
>>> take half of forever to get here.
>> The 6810 is listed for $2.79 here if you need enough parts for the $25
>> minimum order.
>> I haven't bought anything from them in a while. Had good results the las=
> Unicorn is good. B.G. Micro also has them
> ... but buying one of anything from anyone is going to hit you on the
> shipping as much as the part.
> I've also seen those same SRAMs on a few other things - mostly 6800
> designs=2C but a few older=2C smaller=2C 6502-based peripherals.
Many places carry these. Most places that supply pinball machine
parts carry them.
I checked the two places I use often for electronics parts
Anchor Electronics $1.98 ea
JameCo $2.95 ea
I suspect that HSC has them as well but they usually
sell chips over the counter.
All where listed as 1MHz though.
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