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GameCube DVD Interface

Pin Description
1 AISLR (audio bus)
2 5V
3 AISD (audio bus)
4 5V
5 AISCLK (audio bus)
6 5V
7 DIHSTRB
8 5V
9 DIERRB
10 Ground
11 DIBRK
12 DICOVER
13 DIDSTBR
14 DIRSTB
15 DIDIR
16 Ground
17 DID7
18 Ground
19 DID6
20 Ground
21 DID5
22 Ground
23 DID4
24 Ground
25 DID3
26 Ground
27 DID2
28 MONI
29 DID1
30 MONOUT
31 DID0
32 Ground

ESDI

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34 PIN IDC MALE at the Controller.

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20 PIN IDC MALE at the Controller.

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34 PIN IDC FEMALE at the Harddisk.

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20 PIN IDC FEMALE at the Harddisk.

Control connector

Pin Name Description
2 Head Sel 3
4 Head Sel 2
6 Write Gate
8 Config/Stat Data
10 Transfer Acknowledge
12 Attention
14 Head Sel 0
16 Sect/Add MK Found
18 Head Sel 1
20 Index
22 Ready
24 Transfer Request
26 Drive Sel 1
28 Drive Sel 2
30 Drive Sel 3
32 Read Gate
34 Command Data

Note: All odd are GND, Ground.

Data connector

Pin Name Description
1 Drive Selected
2 Sect/Add MK Found
3 Seek Complete
4 Address Mark Enable
5 (reserved, for step mode)
6 GND Ground
7 Write Clock+
8 Write Clock-
9 Cartridge Changed
10 Read Ref Clock+
11 Read Ref Clock-
12 GND Ground
13 NRZ Write Data+
14 NRZ Write Data-
15 GND Ground
16 GND Ground
17 NRZ Read Data+
18 NRZ Read Data-
19 GND Ground
20 GND Ground

C64/128 Cassette

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6 PIN MALE EDGE at the computer.

Pin Name Dir Description
A-1 GND --- Ground
B-2 +5V --> +5 Volts DC
C-3 MOTOR --> Cassette Motor (+6 VDC)
D-4 READ <-- Cassette Read
E-5 WRITE --> Cassette Write
F-6 SENSE --> Cassette Sense (monitors cassette play/ff/rew buttons)

Note: Direction is Computer relative Cassette.

Note 2: There should be a key between 2/B & 3/C.

Amstrad CPC Tape

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5 PIN DIN 180° (DIN41524) FEMALE at the computer.

Pin Name
1 REMOTE SWITCH
2 GND
3 REMOTE SWITCH
4 DATA IN
5 DATA OUT

ABC 80 Cassette

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5 PIN DIN 180° (DIN41524) FEMALE at the Computer.

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5 PIN DIN 180° (DIN41524) MALE at the Cassette Cable.

Pin Dir Name
1 --> OUT
2 --- GND
3 <-- IN
4 n/c
5 n/c

Note: Direction is ABC 80 relative Cassette Unit

VIC-20 Cassette

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6 PIN MALE EDGE at the computer.

Pin Name Dir Description
A-1 GND --- Ground
B-2 +5V --> +5 Volts DC
C-3 MOTOR --> Cassette Motor
D-4 READ <-- Cassette Read
E-5 WRITE --> Cassette Write
F-6 SWITCH --> Cassette Switch

Note: Direction is Computer relative Cassette.

Spectravideo SVI318/328 Cassette

+-------------+
|1 2 3 4 5 6 7|
+-------------+

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7 PIN FEMALE EDGE CONNECTOR at the computer.

Pin Name Description
1 12v Power 100mA
2 CASR Cassette data read
3 CASW Cassette data write
4 AUDIO Cassette audio
5 GND System ground
6 ME
7 READY System Ready

MSX Cassette

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8 PIN DIN (DIN45326) FEMALE at the computer.

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8 PIN DIN (DIN45326) MALE at the cassette cable.

Pin Name Dir Description
1 GND --- Ground
2 GND --- Ground
3 GND --- Ground
4 CMTOUT --> Sound Output
5 CMTIN <-- Sound Input
6 REM+ --> Remote control (from relay)
7 REM- --> Remote control (from relay)
8 GND --- Ground

Note: Direction is Computer relative Cassette.

CoCo Cassette

UNKNOWN CONNECTOR at the CoCo.

Pin Description
1 Motor Relay
2 Ground
3 Motor Relay
4 Signal Input
5 Signal Output

Cassette TI-99/4a

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9 PIN D-SUB MALE at the Computer.

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9 PIN D-SUB FEMALE at the Cassette cable.

Pin Name Direction Comment
1 Cass 1 motor control --> CRU bit 22
2 Dito --> neg
3 Output to tape 2 --> CRU bit 25
4 Audio gate --> CRU bit 24
5 Output to tape 2 --> neg
6 Cass 2 motor control --> CRU bit 23
7 Dito --> neg
8 Input from tape 1 or 2 <-- CRU bit 27
9 Dito <-- neg

Notes:

  • Direction is Computer relative Cassette.
  • Cassette 1 can’t be written to.