Emulators of Classic Computers

From: R. D. Davis <rdd_at_rddavis.org>
Date: Thu Jan 15 15:37:44 2004

Quothe der Mouse, from writings of Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 03:58:20PM -0500:
> I have trouble imagining any such scenario in which the issue of
> interfacing then-modern logic to 50-year-old logic even arises.

Someone will probably want to control a vacuum-tube (valve) audio
amplifier from a computer at some distant point in the future. Given
the increasing popularity of audio amplifiers with tubes in them, due
to how natural they sound in comparison to transistorized amplifiers
(e.g. when clipping occurs), this shouldn't be surprising.

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