GreaseWeazle for Retro computers - Amiga, Atari, IBM, Akai, Ensoniq, Amstrad ... For Sale

GreaseWeazle for Retro computers - Amiga, Atari, IBM, Akai, Ensoniq, Amstrad ...


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GreaseWeazle for Retro computers - Amiga, Atari, IBM, Akai, Ensoniq, Amstrad ...:
$74.95

Completely assembled and ready to plug in, Greaseweazle V4USB Floppy Adapter FluxReader-Writer for Amiga, Atari, PC and other floppy disks

GreaseWeazle V4 USB Floppy Adapter Flux Reader -Writer for Amiga Atari PC and more assembled with Sony 3.5 in drive. Plug-n-Play (after software downloaded) and ready to use for reading/writing/copying disks for vintage computers. The adapter can be used for 5.25- and 8-inch drives as well. Power and data cables are included to make this true "Plug-and-Play" device.

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Description:

"Greaseweazle allows versatile floppy drive control over USB. By extracting the raw flux transitions from a drive, any disk format can be captured and analyzed - PC, Amiga, Amstrad, PDP-11, musical instruments, industrial equipment, and more. The Greaseweazle also supports writing to floppy disks, from a range of image file formats including those commonly used for online preservation (SCP, ADF, IPF, DSK, IMG, HFE, ...)."

"Features of the V4 Adapter:

Integrates into Current WinUAE v4.9.1 (see photos of floppy disk used with the GreaseWeazle and WinUAE)and allows use of real Amiga disks with Disk Change detection, to be read and written as part ofWinUAE'sFloppyBridgesupport.

  • Reads, stores and writes 3", 3.5", 5.25", 8" disks (with suitable drive and cable),including copy protected disks
  • Buffered outputs for communicating with older 5.25" and 8" disk drives
  • Integrated power connector for directly powering most 3.5" disk drives
  • Write-enable jumper can be removed for safer preservation of precious vintage disks
  • Supports flippy-modified 5.25" drives
Please feel free to ask questions before and after purchase; there is also a Facebook channel that provides help and support.
(The USPS has found a way to damage this product's case when shipped -- wrapped in further protection -- within a padded envelope, thus shipping costs have increased to use a more solid box. My shipping costs are the actual ones, not inflated to cover 's 12.5% fee.)


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