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N > NEC  > PC 6001 MK 2


 

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Monday 28th February 2011
MacDeath

This Computer actualy have the same specification as an Amstrad CPC computer...
Be it CPU : Z80A (clone here), sound PSG : AY-3-8910(AY-3-8910 on CPC too) and the graphic modes of 160x200x16 and 320x200x4.

The main differences ?
-In built Vocal Synthtiser (those were exeternal peripheral on CPC) and a different Basic which includes Japanese characters.
-Nec has a ZX Spectrum like 15 colours palette while CPC has a 3x3x3 cubic RGB palette (27 colours)
-Disk Drives and RAM/ROM differ from models to models of course.


Sunday 18th September 2016
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1 GND
2 GND
3 GND
4 CMTOUT
5 CMTIN
6 REMOTE+
7 REMOTE-
8 GND


Saturday 18th October 2014
Jet Fidelis (Brasil)

Hi,


Can you please help me to searching to NEC PC-6001MkII cassete pin out?





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