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Saturday 25th July 2020
baze (Slovakia)

At one point there was an urban myth that Didaktik Gama had an alternative Cyrillic character set combined with Czech/Slovak diacritic marks. I guess the sentence "It has only latin character set" is meant to convey that this urban legend is not true. Didaktik Gama never had anything other than a regular Latin character set, although it used a bolder font.

Wednesday 29th June 2016

The voltages are +5V and approx +20V - the second voltage isn''t stabilized in power supply and may vary. Didaktik Gama stabilizes it to +12V used for video signal circuitry.
The memory chips are of various origin. I have seen bulgarian CM8164P, russian KR565RU5G (transcribed from cyrilics), or Samsung KM4164B. I wouldn''t be surprised to see czech MHB4164 in some variants.
The 16Kb memory chips are different to the ones used in ZX Spectrum. The chips used in Didaktik Gama need just one voltage, 5V. I have seen Fujitsu MB8118, or Intel D2118.

Friday 13rd December 2013

Hello Damian, it is 5V and 12V, not 24V.

Friday 22nd June 2012

Didaktik gamm power supply is +5v and +24v

Wednesday 5th November 2003
Petr (Czech Republic)

Hello, I still have this cool machine and now I am working on a connection with a PC for sending a picture from Didaktik & showing it in a window on the PC. Nice time to U all!

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