1strail Posted January 15 Share Posted January 15 I Just received my Harmony Encore and just saw a post on Atari Age about Concerto. I wish I had know about this one first as I a running my games on a 7800. I am going to order one of the Concerto's (Need my proper Chopper Lift) , but I am not sure I understand the value of a socketed Hokey chip. Could I get a brief explanation for what it does in the case of Concerto and why a socketed chip would be of value? I gather from the internet that it allows use of paddles/keyboard and some sound capabilities? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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