Commodore V364 overview and demonstration





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Published on Apr 14, 2014

This is an overview of the Commodore V364, which was to be the top machine in the TED based 264 range of Commodore computers. The V364 had a built in voice synthesis chip closely related to that used in the Texas Instruments Speak and Spell.

This board is a fully functioning development board originally owned by Bil Herd. Received as faulty, a couple of TTL chips, a new set of DRAM's and a good clean and re-seating of all the chips into sockets were all it took to get the board running again.

Supplied without a case, my task now is to figure out how to house and display it.


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