C64 w/ BNCs

From: Larry Anderson <foxnhare_at_goldrush.com>
Date: Fri Jul 10 20:57:54 1998

> From: dave dameron <ddameron_at_earthlink.net>
> Subject: Intel bubble memory modules
> They also had a Commodore 64, beige with dark keys, modified with 2 BNC
> jacks on the back. I could find no documentation that went with it. Their
> price was $10 USD.
> -Dave

My first thought for the 2 BNCs would be a Stereo SID (sound chip)
modification. That is a popular hardware mod that adds a second SID
sythesizer chip to the 64 so you can have 2 channel, 6 voice stereo. There
are a few music writer programs and players and a game or two that support it.
 Usually the mod has RCA type jacks though...

Pretty cool if you like the 64 sound output (which is really good for an 8-bitter).
Larry Anderson - Sysop of Silicon Realms BBS (300-2400bd) (209) 754-1363
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