Sorgelig wrote:Can you record a video with such sound? It looks weird..
Here you go, the volume on TV is pretty high (you can say by the sound of the keyboard click)
Sorgelig wrote:Is it only in ZX core?
Some cores provide beeper output which state is varying and can be left at some level. Normally in analog audio due to capacitors, DC goes to 0 quickly if there are no changes in audio. In digital signals the level will be kept indefinite time. So i guess, this is a reaction of your TV to DC in audio..
Currently i cannot eliminate DC. I'm looking for solution. May be some time later i will find the way to emulate the capacitor in FPGA.
bernouilli wrote:How about having only one pcb for both the connectors (vga, buttons and optical) and the sdram? The pcb can have holes to access the arduino connector beneath or it might be better to have itself an arduino connector on it that plugs into the arduino connector in the mister.
bernouilli wrote:How about having only one pcb for both the connectors (vga, buttons and optical) and the sdram?
Sorgelig wrote:Sure! I'm thinking about porting guide. I think i will write it after porting the current core i'm working on. It's pretty large core occupying ~80% of FPGA resources. I hope i will announce it soon.
toromand wrote: MIST, I went straight to MISTer - and I don't know how feasible this is, but I guess this would help getting some work off your shoulders @Sorgelig. I am aware people can go and analyse your code - but it would be much more straight forward like this.
toromand wrote:Is there network support for the cores, I guess exposed somehow from Linux... For some cases it could even emulate serial modem (ppp)
(cannot check any of this, still didn't assemble the memory add-on )?
Sorgelig wrote:Forgot to tell: this utility is 64bit (wink to alfishe) for Win7/10 only.
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