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Old 04 April 2006, 11:58   #4
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The CD32 powerconnector is a typical 4-pin round DIN-connector which carries +5 +12 and GND-signal, with one pin left unconnected..

Interestingly, Commodore 64's 1541-II/1571/1581 diskdrives use the exact same connector and pinout so it's possible to use either the diskdrive or CD32 with the same PSU

You can even hack a PC ATX-powersupply to power those drives and the CD32 at the same time (the schematics and directions can be found in the net, just use google)

Helped me alot clearing out 4+ PSU'S under the table..
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