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Old 20 September 2017, 13:08   #53
Mrz
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I was researching on the web and it seems the only floppy drives with speed motor control or variable speed are the old MAC 800k floppy drives

but those floppy drives were very expensive, even today are expensive
and perhaps the reason because SYBIL was done, because the SYBIL was cheapeast than a MAC drive

I wonder which floppy drive+motor speed control can work with powercopy,
the powercopy' author don't specify nothing which model, which brand????
wtf ?

is there a way to connect a MAC 800k floppy drive to the AMiga?
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