PC Floppy Cable

Contents: 1 piece PC floppy cable, with twist for IBM PC (not suitable for Shugart / retro computer compatible interfaces)

State: New
Length: Approximately 50cm

DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI *CASE KIT*

DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Case Kit

To complete your bare DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Interface, with a cool case!

This case is NOT compatible with the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI lite

 

Available in lots of colours!

DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI interface not included!

 

Have a 3D printer? You can print it yourself!

Here is a link to the STL file, to print the case yourself, for free!
Head over to our ByteDelight 3D Print Designs page to grab ‘m!

Screw size: 2.6 x 12mm

Compatibility

This case is designed for the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI interface:

This case has not been designed, and thus will not fit the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI lite interface.

The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI interface is not included with this case kit!

Production process

These cases are printed on a 3D printed, using filament.

Available colours

Currently we offer this DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Case in these colours:

  • Black
  • White (not on photos yet)
  • Translucent white
  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue

Included with the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Case Kit

This DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Case Kit comes with:
– The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI Case, which exists of a top shell and a bottom plate
– 2 screws
– A printed copy of the assembly manual

The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO MINI interface is not included with this case kit!

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ZX-AY *Case Kit*

ZX-AY Case Kit

To complete your bare ZX-AY Audio Interface for the ZX Spectrum, with a simple and cool case!

Available in Black and White!

Make sure to read the Compatibility paragraph to know if your ZX-AY is compatible with this case!

ZX-AY interface not included!

Why?

Some asked for a ‘pcb case’ kit for their ZX-AY that does not have a case yet, since we also offer the ZX-AY with a ‘pcb case’.
However, the ZX-AY version with that ‘pcb case’ has been slightly updated, like screw holes have been added.

The older ZX-AY that does not have screw holes, is not compatible with that ‘pcb case’.
Hence this case has been designed.

Compatibility

This ZX-AY Case Kit is compatible with the ZX-AY interface version, that does not have screw holes, as shown here:So this case will not fit the ZX-AY version with screwholes, the one with ‘pcb-case’.

 

ZX-AY interface is not included!

Have a 3D printer? You can print it yourself!

Here is a link to the STL file, to print the case yourself, for free!
Head over to our ByteDelight 3D Print Designs page to grab ‘m!

Screw size: 2.6 x 12mm

We print the case ourselves on a PEI plate, for a grainy top finish. But you can print the case on any surface you prefer.

Included with this ZX-AY Case Kit

This ZX-AY Case Kit comes with:
– The ZX-AY ‘filament 3D printed’ Case, which exists of a top shell and a bottom shell
– 2 screws

The cases we offer will get a couple of layers of spray paint on the top shell. This creates a better surface finish, and removes some imperfections.

There is no assembly manual included, since it’s that easy to put together:
Just slide the top shell over the left stereo output connector and pin header block, put on the bottom shell, and screw in the 2 screws.
You can clearly see on the photos how it should be assembled.

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Spectranet *Case Kit* with ‘RJ45 top cutout’ case

Spectranet ‘RJ45 Top Cutout’ Case Kit

To complete your bare Spectranet Ethernet Interface for the ZX Spectrum, with a beautiful case!

Spectranet interface is not included!

 

Included with the Spectranet Case Kit

This Spectranet Case Kit comes with:
– The ‘RJ45 Top Cutout’ Spectranet Case, which exists of a top shell and a bottom plate
– 4 screws
– A tactile button, with blue button cap and rubber button cap adapter
– A slide switch
– A printed copy of the assembly manual

The Spectranet interface is not included with this case kit!

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link underneath.

Read the assembly manual before purchasing this Spectranet Case Kit!

Please make sure to read the assembly manual, to make sure the Spectranet Case Kit is compatible with your Spectranet interface, and to make sure you are up to assembling the Spectranet Case Kit, which may require some basic soldering.

Read the Spectranet Case Kit assembly manual here!
A printed copy will be included with the case kit.

Compatibility en requirements

Incompatible with first Spectranet version by Dylan Smith without screw holes

Unfortunately, this case is NOT COMPATIBLE with the first Spectranet version by Dylan Smith, without screw holes, as shown on the photo underneath.

NB: We haven’t verified if there is only a blue board without screw holes – there may be several board colours without screw holes!

Compatible with later Spectranet revisions by Dylan Smith, with screw holes

This case is compatible with the Spectranet boards from Dylan Smith, that have screw holes.

Please note: the full height crystal on these boards, might get in the way of the case!
If so, you will have to try to bend the crystal, which only works when the legs stick out enough.
If bending is not possible, you have to resolder the crystal to create enough space for the bend.

BEWARE FOR THE PARTS UNDERNEATH THE CRYSTAL!
Make sure the crystal, or its legs, does not make contact with any of the parts underneath!

Dylans boards came with pin header blocks and jumpers on top of the board, to configure the interface.
The Spectranet Case Kit however is designed for slide switches at the bottom of the board, and one tactile button on top.

To assemble the tactile button and slide switch, and potentially resolder a full height crystal if you have one of Dylan’s Spectranet boards, you will need some basic soldering skills.

It’s not mandatory to assemble the tactile button and slide switch (the case will fit without).
But not assembling the tactile button, will make it impossible to reach the NMI button from outside the case (the NMI menu is only needed for initial configuration of the Spectranet interface).
The slide switch will let you configure the Spectranet interface for ZX Spectrum 16K / 48K / 128K ‘toastrack’, or +2A, +2B or +3.
If you do not assemble this slide switch, you need to open up the case when you need to change this setting by the original jumpers.

That said, it may still require some soldering to be able to bend the full height crystal.

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link above.

Compatible with Spectranet by ByteDelight

This case is compatible with the Spectranet boards from Ben Versteeg / ByteDelight, that have screw holes.

NB: ByteDelight used only low profile crystals, so the remark about full height crystals, does not apply here.

There have been a handful of ByteDelight Spectranet interfaces, that do not have the tactile button and slide switches, but most of the ByteDelight Spectranet interfaces have these assembled already.
Though several models of tactile buttons have been used, so you may have to replace the tactile button when it does not have the correct length.

To potentially replace the tactile button, you will need some basic soldering skills.

It’s not mandatory to get in the correct size tactile button, but not doing so will probably make it impossible to use blue cap with rubber cap adapter, and thus reach the NMI button from outside the case (the NMI menu is only needed for initial configuration of the Spectranet interface).
So if you’re not up to soldering the parts, you could still use the case.

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link above.

 

 

 

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Spectranet *Case Kit* with ‘closed top’ case

Spectranet ‘Closed Top’ Case Kit

To complete your bare Spectranet Ethernet Interface for the ZX Spectrum, with a beautiful case!

Spectranet interface is not included!

 

Included with the Spectranet Case Kit

This Spectranet Case Kit comes with:
– The ‘Closed top’ Spectranet Case, which exists of a top shell and a bottom plate
– 4 screws
– A tactile button, with blue button cap and rubber button cap adapter
– A slide switch
– A printed copy of the assembly manual

The Spectranet interface is not included with this case kit!

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link underneath.

Read the assembly manual before purchasing this Spectranet Case Kit!

Please make sure to read the assembly manual, to make sure the Spectranet Case Kit is compatible with your Spectranet interface, and to make sure you are up to assembling the Spectranet Case Kit, which may require some basic soldering.

Read the Spectranet Case Kit assembly manual here!
A printed copy will be included with the case kit.

Compatibility en requirements

Incompatible with first Spectranet version by Dylan Smith without screw holes

Unfortunately, this case is NOT COMPATIBLE with the first Spectranet version by Dylan Smith, without screw holes, as shown on the photo underneath.

NB: We haven’t verified if there is only a blue board without screw holes – there may be several board colours without screw holes!

Compatible with later Spectranet revisions by Dylan Smith, with screw holes

This case is compatible with the Spectranet boards from Dylan Smith, that have screw holes.

Please note: the full height crystal on these boards, might get in the way of the case!
If so, you will have to try to bend the crystal, which only works when the legs stick out enough.
If bending is not possible, you have to resolder the crystal to create enough space for the bend.

BEWARE FOR THE PARTS UNDERNEATH THE CRYSTAL!
Make sure the crystal, or its legs, does not make contact with any of the parts underneath!

Dylans boards came with pin header blocks and jumpers on top of the board, to configure the interface.
The Spectranet Case Kit however is designed for slide switches at the bottom of the board, and one tactile button on top.

To assemble the tactile button and slide switch, and potentially resolder a full height crystal if you have one of Dylan’s Spectranet boards, you will need some basic soldering skills.

It’s not mandatory to assemble the tactile button and slide switch (the case will fit without).
But not assembling the tactile button, will make it impossible to reach the NMI button from outside the case (the NMI menu is only needed for initial configuration of the Spectranet interface).
The slide switch will let you configure the Spectranet interface for ZX Spectrum 16K / 48K / 128K ‘toastrack’, or +2A, +2B or +3.
If you do not assemble this slide switch, you need to open up the case when you need to change this setting by the original jumpers.

That said, it may still require some soldering to be able to bend the full height crystal.

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link above.

Compatible with Spectranet by ByteDelight

This case is compatible with the Spectranet boards from Ben Versteeg / ByteDelight, that have screw holes.

NB: ByteDelight used only low profile crystals, so the remark about full height crystals, does not apply here.

There have been a handful of ByteDelight Spectranet interfaces, that do not have the tactile button and slide switches, but most of the ByteDelight Spectranet interfaces have these assembled already.
Though several models of tactile buttons have been used, so you may have to replace the tactile button when it does not have the correct length.

To potentially replace the tactile button, you will need some basic soldering skills.

It’s not mandatory to get in the correct size tactile button, but not doing so will probably make it impossible to use blue cap with rubber cap adapter, and thus reach the NMI button from outside the case (the NMI menu is only needed for initial configuration of the Spectranet interface).
So if you’re not up to soldering the parts, you could still use the case.

For more information, read the assembly manual found in the link above.

 

 

 

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12x Used Tested 3.5″ Double Density Floppy Disks

3.5″ Double Density Used Floppy Disks

10 + 2 free!

Cleaned, Formatted and tested

Used 3.5″ DD disks

We offer this set of 10 + 2 free used 3.5″ double sided double density (800KB) Floppy Diskettes.
A set will contain 2 sets of 6 Floppies of the same type / brand or colour.

The floppies have been formatted and tested, and are properly cleaned: all old labels and writing are cleaned off.
A new white label is attached.

The disk have been properly tested and came out with no errors.
But because these are used (old) disks, we cannot garantuee their lifetime or sensitivity to errors.

K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP *PCB case upgrade kit*

Upgrade kit for the K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP or XL version

K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP interface is *NOT INCLUDED* !

Complete your K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP interface
with this professionally looking PCB case! 

With non-scratching plastic screws.

 

Comes with printed assembly manual! Read the manual here.

K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP interface or ZX Spectrum is *NOT INCLUDED* !
This is an upgrade kit only.

 

 

 

 

K-Mouse Turbo *XL with PCB case* mouse and joystick interface for the ZX Spectrum

The K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP *XL* with PCB case

Mouse and joystick interface for the ZX Spectrum

With professional looking PCB case! 

XL version: 3 throughput edge connectors!

Make sure to get a compatible USB mouse that supports the PS/2 protocol!
We offer a compatible 3-button USB mouse in the webshop.

The K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP XL is a new version of the original Kempston Mouse interface
for ZX Spectrum and compatible computers

Works with many USB mice with PS/2 compatible protocol

Added joystick interface 
Configurable as Kempston / Sinclair / QAOPM+space

Reset switch

3 throughput edge connectors!
Making it the smallest footprint with add-ons like ZX-AY or the DivMMC EnJOY! *mini*

Optional extra 2 vertical throughput edge connectors

 

See how small your desk-footprint can become in this YouTube video!

Professional looking pcb case

This version of the K-Mouse Turbo XL comes with the very good looking pcb case!

With non-scratching plastic screws.

Compatibility

The K-Mouse Turbo v2017 is fully compatible with all Sinclair ZX Spectrum models:
ZX Spectrum 16K, 48K, 48K+, 128K, +2, +2A, +2B, +3.

Warning: only a USB mouse that supports the PS/2 protocol is supported!
You can use a PS/2 mouse as well, with a PS/2 to USB adapter.
We offer a compatible mouse in the webshop.

A 15 pin to 9 pin adapter / active converter for PC joysticks can cause damage to the K-Mouse Turbo interface, so do NOT use such!

Manual

Read this manual for all features of the K-Mouse 2017-LP interface: K-Mouse Turbo 2017-LP v3 manual

Software

Many Kempston Mouse compatible games can be found at: https://velesoft.speccy.cz/kmsoft.htm

Photos

Professional looking pcb case:

To be used with PS/2 compatible USB mouse, like this one – available in our webshop:

XL version with three throughput edge connectors for other add-ons:

Can be combined with many other add-ons, like the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE storage interface:

ZX-AY *with pcb case* – External Stereo audio interface for all ZX Spectrum models!

External 3-channel audio interface
for any Sinclair ZX Spectrum

With ‘pcb’ case – made out of circuit board, for a very professional look!

Anti-scratching because of plastic screws

Crisp stereo sound with equal volume levels

Finally get rid of that terrible toastrack/+2/+2A/+3 sound

No need to modify your ZX Spectrum!

Works also on ZX Spectrum 16/48K!

Including BEEPer sound!

Selectable ABC or ACB stereo

So how does it work?

The ZX-AY has similar audio hardware as present inside any ZX Spectrum 128K model.
Which includes the AY-3-8912 sound chip and BEEPer sound circuitry, but adds all of the above benefits.

There is no need to modify your ZX Spectrum internally!
Plug in the interface (with the system powered off ), and enjoy crisp stereo 3 channel sound with many, may games!

Comes with  printed manual – read the ZX-AY manual here!

Compatibility

The ZX-AY is fully compatible with all Sinclair ZX Spectrum models:
ZX Spectrum 16K, 48K, 48K+, 128K, +2, +2A, +2B, +3 and some clones.

The ZX-AY does not output the tape loading sound when loading games.
The ZX-AY stereo output socket does not support a mono plug.

Works great with any other add-on, such as the DivMMC EnJOY!, DivMMC EnJOY! *mini*, ZX-HD and many more!

Works with ZX Spectrum 16K/48K!

Upgrade your ZX Spectrum 16K/48K with the ZX-AY, and enjoy games and demos that have 3 channel AY-3-8912 sound support and run on a ZX Spectrum 16K/48K (there are many!).

Find software with 3 channel sound

The first stop for obtaining ZX Spectrum games and demos is World of Spectrum:

Visit www.worldofspectrum.org to download lots of games and other software!

There are hundreds of titles amongst the archives that support AY-3-8912 sound.

Another great resource of demos if Pouet.net:

http://www.pouet.net

Click on ‘Prods’ in the top menu and then select ‘ZX Spectrum’ in the platform list, then click ‘Submit’ and you will see an enormous list of awesome demo titles!
Many of them will also run on the ZX Spectrum 48K!

Alternative internal solution

If you don’t like this external solution, ByteDelight also has available the internal stereo kit for any ZX Spectrum 128K model.
Check out the webshop at Bytedelight.com!

strereo

DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE *with ‘pcb’ case*, incl. preinstalled SD card

Welcome to the brand new 

With ‘pcb’ case – the affordable option!
All functions of DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE with plastic case!

Non-scratch plastic screws!
Play with 2 joysticks!

Including 8GB SD card (or bigger)
with pre-installed system files and some games and demos
Get more games at WorldOfSpectrum.org

Plug-and-play! No need to configure before use

Works on ANY ZX Spectrum

 

Is this the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO model I should take?

If you’re not sure, here are the differences between the available models (click to enlarge):

How the PRO ONE came to life..

Visit this page to read about the development of this product.

Read the manual online!

Click here.

So what’s new with the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE?

  • Autodetection of ZX Spectrum model
  • Independent of clock signal
  • Two configurable joystick ports
  • Two SD card sockets
  • Throughput edge connector
  • ‘Pcb’ case: the case of this version is made of high quality circuit board material, with moisture resistant print – keeping costs low!
  • Plastic screws to avoid scratches on desks
  • Compatible with the +3e ROMs

Worry-free plug-and-play

The most compatible DivMMC version ever!
Autodetection of the ZX Spectrum model: no jumper or DIP switch needs to be set to a specific machine.
The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE doesn’t need a proper clock signal of the ZX Spectrum, making it work on each and every model!

Works perfectly with:

  • ZX Spectrum 16K / 48K – all board issues
  • ZX Spectrum 128K ‘toastrack’ – all board issues
  • Spanish Investronica ZX Spectrum 128K ‘toastrack’
  • ZX Spectrum +2 (grey model)
  • ZX Spectrum +2A / +2B
  • ZX Spectrum +3
  • ZX Spectrum +3 with +3e ROMs
  • Sparrow Lite Rev.3 with NebULA
  • Harlequin rev H
  • Harlequin rev G
  • Harlequin 128K rev 2D
  • ZX-HD HDMI interface
  • Spectra interface
  • K-Mouse Turbo 2017 low profile
  • … and more

Check out our compatibility chart for more info: https://www.bytedelight.com/?page_id=3605

2 Configurable joystick ports – bringing people together!

Play games with your kids, wife, best friend, colleague or neighbour with 2 joysticks!
The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE has not one but two joystick ports!

Out of the box the joystick ports act as Kempston joystick and Cursor joystick.
But you have the possibility to select one of these three sets:

  • Kempston joystick + Cursor joystick
  • Sinclair 1 joystick + Sinclair 2 joystick
  • Kempston joystick + Fuller joystick

Some examples when another configuration is useful:

  • If you are using a ZX Spectrum +2A, +2B or +3 that already have Sinclair 1 and Sinclair 2 joystick ports, select Kempston joystick + Fuller joystick on the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE, making it possible to play games with up to 4 joysticks!
  • If you are using a ZX Spectrum +2A, +2B or +3, a conflicting joystick configuration on the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE will be automatically disabled.

If you are using another interface that has a Kempston joystick port, configure the DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE to Sinclair 1 joystick + Sinclair 2 joystick to avoid conflicting ports

Throughput edge connector

Want to add another interface to your ZX Spectrum?
The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE has a proper throughput edge connector for any device.
And that even with these small dimensions!

Firmware updates

If you’re looking for the default SD card contents (because you lost them or so), visit this page.

If you want to update your ESXDOS version, visit this page.

Compatible with +3e ROMs

If you want to use +3 BASIC and read/write support for SD cards, you can use the +3e ROMs.
For this it is possible to disable ESXDOS but still have the SD card available.

The DivMMC EnJOY! PRO ONE comes with ESXDOS

  • FAT and FAT32 compatible – easy file transfer from PC, Mac or Linux, etc.
  • Support for various emulator formats: .TAP, .SNA, .Z80, .TRD
  • New and easy BASIC commands and many fun and useful tools
  • Create snapshots to continue a game later!
  • Direct file access to SD card with easy commands!