AtariSince1989 wrote:Crash wrote:I sent a message to inquire in case of an error with the AMN site. I hope they haven't shut down, as things were looking very good there.
Don't think is an error, as has been reported that Facebook and Twitter accounts have disappear as well, and Donovan Logan is unreachable through e-mail.
axxim wrote:Has someone reached Donovan or knows what happened to his site? There is a login but no register in the link. I've tried to contact him via mail but got an undeliverable mail message in return.
axxim wrote:BTW... how is going Voxx on your Falcons?
Crash wrote:I can't be sure that it is the clock mod, but can confirm that when my bus acceleration is enabled I get the pegged meters and white noise problem. As I recall, this is the same thing that happened on my old (not working) Falcon that also had one version of the clock mod and other changes too. I would imagine there is a hardware solution to trouble free audio plus VOXX compatibility, but do not know enough to figure that out. Maybe if I get my two broken Falcons fixed, I can at least do some testing.
AtariSince1989 wrote:On my Falcon doesn't work. Crash said could be related with some mod (SCSI clock mod) I have on my Falcon
The installation instructions says "If you get only noise and the spectrum display id maxed then close it and try again (sync problems were reported)". Well I closed and tried again several times, even rebooting the Atari, but the only thing I get is the spectrum display id maxed.
axxim wrote:My suspiction is that there may be a sync problem between the Audio Matrix and the DSP. If the Spectrum is maxed out, it would mean that the communication between the DSP and the GUI still works but that the audio serial data may be out of sync (shifted). As this issue came with the time it may be just a capacitor which value was near the specified limit and due to aging got out of spec.
axxim wrote:AtariSince1989 wrote:Regarding Voxx I have bad news: My original Falcon hard disk which I have in my hands now, doesn't work any more. When I turn it on (attached to a USB interface) it starts to rotate for about 5 seconds and then stops. after a while it tries to start again and the procedure repeats again and again. The heads of the HD doesn't seem to get in action so there may be fault in the initialization....
Eero Tamminen wrote:Axxim, do you have any idea why the freeware version would freeze in Hatari right after it starts up? On DSP side it runs few DSP instructions (including DSP RESET), and on CPU side it doesn't run any instructions.
The above linked Voxx demo version doesn't freeze.
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