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TzxDuino-Reloaded version 1.5 Nano based on the original design by Andrew Beer and Duncan Edwards. Plug the TzxDuino into the socket of your favorite personal computer and use a power supply from a smartphone with a microusb connector. Now you can start loading games on your favorite computer




TzxDuino-Reloaded version 1.5 Nano by Edu Arana, based on the original design by Andrew Beer, Duncan Edwards. This new version of TZXduino has been completely reworked with smd components. The layout and orientation of the connections has also been changed. Now, you just have to connect the TzxDuino to the socket of your favorite personal computer and use a power supply from a smartphone with a microusb b connector and that's it, you just have to start uploading files to your favorite computer

TZXduino is especially useful on amstrad CPC computers thanks to the support for detecting pause in loading that it uses, allowing the loading of games to be completely unattended using this device.
TZXduino Compatible Files:

TZXduino is able to reproduce all those systems supported by the Maxduino firmware:

    Spectrum: TAP and TZX
    Amstrad CPC: CDT
    MSX: CAS and TSX
    ZX80: O
    ZX81: P
    Acorn Atom and Electron: UEF (uncompressed) and TSX
    Dragon 32/64 / Tandy CoCo: CAS and TSX
    SVI Spectravideo: TSX
    Oric 1 and Oric Atmos: It does not support oric TAPs, but it does support TAPs converted to TSX

Audio amplifier

This version of TZXduino incorporates an audio amplifier. The amplifier comes into operation by flipping a small DPDT switch to bypass or enable the D9 signal to the LM386 AMP. The other position of the switch connects the D9 signal directly to the 3.5mm jack.

tzxduino amplifier on off TZXduino 1.5
Maxduino Credits

Maxduino is a creation of Rafael Molina from the Casduino, TZXduino and Tapuino projects. Thanks to the fact that the MaxDuino project is open and was born with a participatory nature, Rafael Molina has received code contributions from many people, who have served to improve it. He had the help of other programmers, such as Natalia Pujol (NataliaPC), Alfredo “Retrocant” (@ acf76es), Spirax, Ramón Martínez Palomares (ramp), without forgetting the original projects of Sweetlilme -Tapuino-, and those of Duncan Edwards and Andrew Beer -CASduino and TZXduino-.

To follow the evolution of this project, you can read the official Maxduino “thread” at va-deretro.com and the sources are available on its github.
TZXduino credits

Edu Arana, jgilcas, spark2k06, Antonio Villena and Noel Llopis
TZXduino Reloaded Credits

Design and PCB @edu_arana Collaborators jgilcas, spark2k06, Antonio Villena and Noel Llopis Link to the project's github. If you like this project you can support its author in his Ko-fi