[Color Computer] [Coco] CoCo shots in Dutch newspaper video on retro-gaming!

James Diffendaffer jdiffendaffer at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 26 13:24:43 EDT 2006

Just so you know, people have been doing that for some time now. 
Since storing games on cassette was the most common method on the
Sinclair Spectrum, I think you'll find they do this a lot and their
cassette interface isn't even as fast the Coco's is.  (fast loaders
were common on it's cassette games btw)

I have a CD/MP3 player that could be used for this but it doesn't have
motor control (pause control) either.

I hear some people use MiniDisc players since they can also record but
they are so much more expensive than MP3 or CD players that I don't
see the point.

--- In ColorComputer at yahoogroups.com, "Rick R." <mygroupmail at ...> wrote:
> Hi,  all of this talk about the speed of the Coco's cassette i-face.
 One idea I've been kicking around was taking all of my
> programs (basic and bin files) and saving them (CSAVE or CSAVEM) on
a CD.  Here's the idea:

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