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Finally a Multi (SD) cart for the Atari Lynx !
« on: July 27, 2016, 02:25:33 PM »
I just received this yesterday and it is simply brilliant.

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/250637-lynx-multi-card-preorders/

Think of Everdrive cartridge for the Atari Lynx. Only this one INCLUDES a good and working SD card which can store each and every game and demo ever released for the Lynx !

The product quality is amazing, it worked right out of the "box", simply download .LNX files, copy them to the card and off you go.

This cartridge, together with McWill's recent LCD screen which gives the Lynx AMAZING picture quality really has given the Lynx a complete new breath of life. I'm going to order that LCD as my next upgrade...it's pricey, but worth it for sure.

No more dragging 30+ cartridges in a big case. Just the Lynx and it has everything available "built in" .....awesome :)

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Re: Finally a Multi (SD) cart for the Atari Lynx !
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2016, 09:33:49 PM »
Looking for similar option for my PC Engine to turn it into a DUO with the CD's on the SD card in the HuCARD  ;D

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Re: Finally a Multi (SD) cart for the Atari Lynx !
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2016, 07:24:00 PM »
I experimented a bit with a new speaker on my Lynx....

I came across this little quality speaker through a video on youtube where the guy used it to upgrade the (lousy) speaker of an ancient portable 8-track player. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfsMB52p_9Q    he introduces the speaker at 3.30)

It's the Visaton BF45-4. It is not cheap but.....worth every cent IMHO.

Here's a little sample of the Lemmings intro tune. Both speakers recorded outside of the Lynx case, but I held them to my table for a bit of "bass" sound on both.
First the original Lynx I speaker (which is already much better than the Lynx II speaker) and Second the Visaton....

https://soundcloud.com/level42/lynx-speakers