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Supplementing a silent monitor with a speaker [message #112173] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:40 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: mower@sunybcs.UUCP (James E. Mower)
Message-ID: <1214@sunybcs.UUCP>
Date: Sun, 24-Feb-85 17:45:00 EST
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I am using a Sakata SA-1000 monitor with my C-64.  The monitor does not have
a built-in speaker.  Does anyone know how I might be able to add a 
speaker onto the system?  Thanks.
Re: Supplementing a silent monitor with a speaker [message #112178 is a reply to message #112173] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Date: Tue, 26-Feb-85 16:28:00 EST
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One rather simple way would be to plug the AUDIO OUT plug
into the INPUT jack of a stereo system.
                                         A. G. Percus
                                  (ARPA) percus@acf4
                                   (NYU) percus.acf4
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Re: Supplementing a silent monitor with a speaker [message #112181 is a reply to message #112173] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:40 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: fetrow@entropy.UUCP (David Fetrow)
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Date: Thu, 28-Feb-85 02:16:36 EST
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Posted: Thu Feb 28 02:16:36 1985
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<<>>
 Adding a speaker: Archer (Radio Shack) has a miniamp-speaker that is
easily driven by the audio-output with a homemade cord.

PS mail didn't go through so had to post.

-- 
  -"Daphnia Dave" Fetrow
    Kludgemaster  of CQS

{ ihnp4, fluke, microsof, tektronix, uw-june }!uw-beaver!entropy!fetrow
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