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Now entering production is the 1MB REU Clone designed by Digital Audio Concepts. Adds a massive 1MB RAM to your Commodore 64 & 128.

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  1. When it will be ready, will you sell it as a complete product or as an (empty) pcb only?
    I'm curious 'cause I'm on a hunt for a REU for some time now, but I still haven't found any, and yours will be perfect; but from the knowledge I gathered, the clone designed by DAC needs an original REC chip taken from a C= REU to work, since my question.

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    1. They are almost ready to list on eBay and you will need a REC chip to complete.

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  2. We plan to sell these with and without the square Commodore REC.

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  3. Amazing! I would be interested in one or more of these. Could you answer a couple of questions please?

    [1] - Will complete units be made available to purchase?

    [2] - What is the expected price?

    [3] - When are these expected to be made available?

    [4] - Will these cooperate with MMC64/MMCReplay/IDE64?

    Thanks.

    [4] - Will

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  5. These have now been assembled and tested and will be on sale very shortly, you will need to find an old square REC chip from a 1700/1764 or 1750 REU, the price has not been decided yet.

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