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I don't think that's a fast-load, it sounds like a normal Speccy save to me... but it's very poor quality. Is there any way you could record the WAV file again with the cassette volume turned down a bit?
- Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:06 am
- Forum: SALES
- Topic: Nice Memopak Z80 Assembler on eBay
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The old classic was "PAUSE 4E4" which fulfills the "anything larger" criteria and can (sort of) be pronounced "pause for ever".TMAOne wrote:According to the User Manual,
PAUSE 50 will wait approximately 1 second.
PAUSE 32767 will wait approx. 11 minutes.
PAUSE [anything larger] will wait forever.
Ah - well, my ZX81 in the 80s didn't produce the sound of snow... when properly tuned, it was very quiet with a low-volume buzz. If you detuned slightly, the buzz was louder and would change as things were printed to the screen e.g. as a listing was produced. When in FAST mode, the buzz would switch...
Isn't there also a diode that lets the ZX81 know whether it's 60Hz or 50Hz? You can PEEK a system variable to find out which system it is, so it's definitely not just a matter of the modulator alone.