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Hi everyone-


I'm doing some lab cleaning and came across a bunch of useful things for making homebrew games:


Pixels Past PCBs


I designed these and they're not being made anymore! These are BARE BOARDS and require additional components to use. All details are available on my site (http://www.grandideastudio.com/pixels-past/). AtariAge used these for their homebrews for many years:

  • Atari 2600 2K/4K Rev. B (2002, no solder mask) (x1) SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 2K/4K Rev. C (2004, red solder mask) (x7) SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 8K/16K/32K Bankswitch Rev. B (2004, red solder mask) (x2) SOLD!
  • Atari 5200 32K Rev. A (2002, no solder mask) (x1) SOLD!
  • Atari 5200 32K Rev. B (2004, blue solder mask) (x2) SOLD!
  • Atari 8-bit 8K/16K Rev. A (2003, no solder mask) (x1) SOLD!
  • ColecoVision 8K/16K/24K/32K Rev. A (2003, green solder mask) (x1) SOLD!
A pile of Pixels Past prototype/test boards in various forms of assembly/functionality. They might still work, but some will need some additional components. Being sold as is. They're a neat piece of Atari homebrew history icon_smile.gif

  • Atari 2600 2K/4K Rev. B (2002, no solder mask) w/ components & socket SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 4K Activision footprint Rev. A (2003, green solder mask) w/ components & socket SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 8K/16K/32K Bankswitch Rev. A (2003, no solder mask) w/ components & socket, no PLD SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 8K/16K/32K Bankswitch Activision footprint Rev. A (2003, green solder mask) w/ components & socket, no PLD SOLD!
  • Atari 2600 64K Bankswitch prototype w/ components & socket, no PLD SOLD!
  • Original Atari 5200 board modified w/ components, ZIF socket, hot glue SOLD!
  • Atari 5200 32K Rev. A (2002, no solder mask) in housing w/ socket & Pete's Test Cart ROM SOLD!
  • Sunmark Atari 400/800/XL board modified w/ components, socket, hot glue SOLD!
  • ColecoVision 8K/16K/24K/32K Rev. A (2003, green solder mask) w/ components & socket, no PLD SOLD!

EPROMs


2732 (4K):


- TMS2732AJL-35 (x1)


2764 (8K): SOLD!


- AM27C64-150DC (x4)

- AM2764A-1DC (x2)

- M27C64A-15FI (x1)


27128 (16K)


- AM27128A-1DC (x2)

- AM27128A-25DC (x1)


27256 (32K)


- AM27C256-205DC (x6)

- AM27C256-150DC (x2)

- AM27C256-155DC (x1)

- TMM27256BD-15 (x1)

- M27C256B-15FI (x1)

- HN27256G-25 (x1)



Other supplies


- Atari 2600 VGWiz 4K Rev. A (2002) w/ components & socket SOLD!

- Atari 2600 VGWiz Bankswitch (don't know what size) Rev. A (2002) w/ components & socket SOLD!

- Atari 2600 Chris Wilkson 32K Rev. 1.1 (2000) w/ components & socket, no PLD SOLD!


- New 2600 cartridge housings from VGWiz (1 each red, blue, black) SOLD!

- New 2600 cartridge housing from MCT-sy Brazil (used for Brazilian 2600 games back in the day)


- Atari 2600 ICs: C010444D-01 (x2), C010750-12 (R6532-15) (x2), C010745 (R6507-15) (x2)

- Atari 2600 cartridge connector w/ plastic housing SOLD!



If you're interested in anything or want to see some pics, drop me a PM!


Thanks,


Joe

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I am interested in getting the 8-bit:& 5200 boards bellow, can you post pictures? How much is shipping USA?

  • Atari 8-bit 8K/16K Rev. A (2003, no solder mask) (x1)
  • Original Atari 5200 board modified w/ components, ZIF socket, hot glue
  • Atari 5200 32K Rev. A (2002, no solder mask) in housing w/ socket & Pete's Test Cart ROM
  • Sunmark Atari 400/800/XL board modified w/ components, socket, hot glue

 

 

Maybe something like $3 per bare board and $5 for the test units. The more you buy, the cheaper it gets :)

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