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Old 14 November 2010, 17:15   #10
fitzsteve
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Paravision / Microbotics, USA Date
1994 Amiga
CD32
Interface
trapdoor slot
Autoconfig ID
1010 / 129
1010 / 193
  • turns the CD32 into an A1200
  • external box (15 20 6 cm), plugs into the rear expansion connector
  • passthrough connector, the FMV module still fits inside the CD32
  • memory
  • one 72 pin SIMM socket
  • accepts up to 4 MB RAM with the FMV module installed or 8 MB without it
  • supports 1, 2, 4 or 8 MB SIMMs, 80 ns or faster
  • when 8 MB is installed, it appears as two blocks of 4 MB
  • memory disable jumper
  • interfaces
  • serial DB9 male, RS232
  • parallel DB25 female, Centronics
  • video DB23 male, analog RGB
  • external floppy DB23 female
  • internal 44 pin IDE header
  • external DB37 IDE connector
  • 6 pin mini-DIN audio input for mixing external audio and CD32 sound
  • 5 pin DIN connector for an IBM-AT keyboard
  • notes
  • the serial, parallel and floppy ports are controlled by two onboard CIA chips
  • place for a 2.5" hard disk inside the case
  • boot delay jumper - adds a 10 second delay before booting for slow hard drives
  • supports up to three floppy drives
  • disables the Aux port's serial connection feature - it can be used to attach Amiga keyboards only
  • battery backed up clock
  • disable switch - leaves alive the RGB port, the memory and the clock
  • jumper settings 1 -SIMM type: ON - double sided, OFF - single sided 2 -SIMM size: ON - 4 or 8 MB, OFF - 1 or 2 MB 3 -RAM autoconfig: ON - disabled 4 -autoboot delay: ON - enabled 5 -AT keyboard: ON - two Alt keys, OFF - right Alt key mapped to right Control key
Photo
Main board, front side


Main board, back side


Connector board, front side


Connector board, back side
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