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Soviet Clone (analogue) of ZX SPECTRUM
Offer to your attention the Soviet computer, a clone ZX Spectrum - LENINGRAD-2
At the time of the USSR to the Soviet person to buy original ZX Spectrum it was almost impossible. Because the price for such computer was equal car or apartment cost, and the salary sufficed only on meal and habitation. The Soviet electronic industry let out own clones ZX Spectrum, but also they were in deficiency. Therefore fans of ZX Spectrum organized private firms and made ZX Spectrum clones... sometimes illegally.
Each electronic plant or a small cooperative has released their version of the famous ZX Spectrum.
Clone is based on the computer system LENINGRAD-2, which is also a clone of the ZX Spectrum, and was popular in Soviet times. Leningrad - Soviet clone ZX Spectrum, developed in 1987 by Sergei Zonov. One of the most popular clones on the territory of the USSR. Its name was received when distributed outside the city of Leningrad, In the city itself was called "Zonovsky variant" or "Zone". One of the simplest and cheapest in assembling and tuning clones ZX Spectrum. It had 64 KB of RAM (only 48 KB was used) with a common memory field (with braking). It was produced both as a board for self-assembly, and in the form of ready-made computers. On the territory of the USSR, Leningrad was produced serially under the names: Spectrum 48, Ural-48K, Vesta IK-30, Electronics KR-005, Kontact, Sich-48. In 1988, the cooperative "Composite" was released the same modified model (Composite), also known as Leningrad +, which had minor differences. Later Sergey Zonov developed a more convenient model for mass production, Leningrad-2, which had a system expansion connector and peripheral connectors, installed directly on the board.
Processor: Z80A, 8bit, 3,5MHz
Memory: RAM - 48kb, ROM - 16kb.
Graphics: 256x192 pixels with 15 colors (standard ZX Spectrum mode)
Sound: standard single channel beeper
Keyboard: standard 8x5 matrix
Operating System: Integrated Basic 48
This computer has possibility for connection to the TV through an antenna input. During those far times it was very important, because connection through a RGB-input needed change of the electronic scheme of the TV, and it cost much. Power Unit built-in.
Here see Leningrad-2 schemes (zip, pdf)
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Clone ZX Spectrum, LENINGRAD-2 (Salfe-Made), looks excellent!
Computer used, maybe need repair.
I recommend to buy to fans of ZX Spectrum, and as to that, who understands for what it is necessary for it!
Only that you see on a photo:
Computer LENINGRAD-2 clone ZX Spectrum
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