Soulsby Atmegatron

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Soulsby Atmegatron

Post by Psy_Free » Wed Mar 05, 2014 3:40 pm

Went on sale yesterday. Looks & sounds interesting (if you like 8-bit).

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Re: Soulsby Atmegatron

Post by Cerebral Infect » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:03 pm

It sounds great. The big turn off is the price of the case in relation to the base PCB. If it would have been an additionnal 40-50 quids I would not have minded, but the price of the case is MORE than the base PCB itself. A MFB type case would have been perfectly acceptable for such a unit. Looks good though.
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Re: Soulsby Atmegatron

Post by Percivale » Fri Mar 07, 2014 2:07 am

Same thought.
Cerebral Infect wrote:It sounds great. The big turn off is the price of the case in relation to the base PCB. If it would have been an additionnal 40-50 quids I would not have minded, but the price of the case is MORE than the base PCB itself. A MFB type case would have been perfectly acceptable for such a unit. Looks good though.

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