Commodore 1541 for TRULY Floppy Audio 5 1/4"

Re: Commodore 1541 for TRULY Floppy Audio 5 1/4"

Postby diydsp » Tue Dec 27, 2011 7:06 pm

Hey everyone! As part of Christmas unwinding, I worked on my C1541 floppy audio drive some more. I shot two videos of it where I show lots of details in case anyone in the future wants to work on a C1541.

Here's the first one, where I show a variation from the schematic:
http://youtu.be/H4aVMcKC4as

And here's the second one, where I play with the speed control potentiometer!
http://youtu.be/CczRqEiD7FE
http://diydsp.com is where I teach people Do-It-Yourself Digital Signal Processing for music instruments and other applications.
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Re: Commodore 1541 for TRULY Floppy Audio 5 1/4"

Postby Paleorama » Tue Mar 05, 2013 2:11 pm

I like your thoroughness here; how far did you take this project? The 1541 drive seems full of potential for floppy audio. I just bought an old IBM 8" floppy drive which I am quite excited about but i reckon there'll be some obstacles when dealing with that. AC power and all.

But any updates on this?
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