Flash cart development

Started by arfink, August 10, 2010, 07:39:11 pm

Previous topic - Next topic

YoshiFan501

so 1mb it is! now for wiring the rx and tx

NintendoKing

That's quite the interesting development forward.

YoshiFan501


Lum

Good first step. Small set of users to further confirm its reliability and all that. ;D

Unavoidable a "casual user edition" will be more expensive, with involving hardware and software interface to load games from local storage.
*bzzzt*

YoshiFan501

Ill be a beta tester for the production. If needed I'll send in my famicom

YoshiFan501

looks very nice! now how would we interface it with the pc

Duke.Togo

Looking good! I'm eager to see how this keeps progressing.

YoshiFan501

How would we mod the famicom for the audio jack

Duke.Togo

Quote from: YoshiFan501 on August 26, 2012, 02:09:33 pm
looks very nice! now how would we interface it with the pc


I'm not clear on this myself. I'm interested but I maybe I just don't completely understand.

YoshiFan501

same. that and the 3.5 mm hack is confusing me.

YoshiFan501

you love cpld free projects. but i still dont get the 3.5 mm jack.

YoshiFan501

yea i got a lot of questions as to how this would work by transferring the data through the 15 pin. and as to how the 3.5 mm jack is connected.

Duke.Togo

Will you be selling a premade EXP to COM port cable also? I'm just not a soldering wizard, and would prefer something that looks nice by someone who is experienced.

Very cool way to do this I think.

YoshiFan501

August 28, 2012, 03:38:06 pm #118 Last Edit: August 29, 2012, 01:54:38 am by YoshiFan501
I would love to see a video of this in action

Post Merge: August 29, 2012, 01:52:37 am

i'd fork 60 dollars in an instant for this, providing i knew how to make a ext to com cable or knew if the 3.5 mm jack was on the cart or the system
or something like this?
http://slack.net/~ant/old/nes-code/serial/spec.html

YoshiFan501

Sadly all the ttl cables I find are 3.3 or 5