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Mods for the TRS-80 Color Computer

Mods for the TRS-80 Color Computer


Hot CoCo Magazine - July 1983
Pages 36-38 is the instructions for a Monochrome Monitor and instructions for audio on the following pages.

Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer (CoCo) Composite Video Mod

Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer (CoCo) Composite Video Mod
COLOR-MONITOR DRIVER - BY MARTIN H. GOODMAN

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Color Computer Technical Reference Manual

TRS 80 Color Computer Technical Reference Manual in PDF

VideoMod_(KoenVaartjes).pdf

Other Bob Composite Video Schematic

Other Bob Composite Video Schematic

Other Bob Composite Video Layout

Other Bob Composite Video Layout

6847 Composite Video Schematic

6847 Composite Video Schematic

RCA Jacks

RCA Jacks

432 Hole Boards

432 Hole Boards

A Full Turn of the Screw

The Complete Collection of "Turn of the Srew" articles from Rainbow Magazine, January 1983 to July 1989
by Tony DiStefano

FullTurn.pdf


Tandy's Little Wonder - The Color Computer 1979 - 1991

A complete history and reference guide to the CoCo and all related hardware, software and support sources.
by F.G. Swygert

TandysLittleWonder-2nded.pdf


Atari Joystick Adapter

Get that arcade game response on you Color Computer.
by Rober Lee Hawkins

atari joystick.pdf


Atari 2600 joystick pinout

by pinouts.ru team.
Color Computer RS232 Pak
Color Computer RS232 Pak
In 1983, Tandy released a 'Deluxe RS-232 Program Pak' which was designed to allow operation of the Color Computer with a modem. The RS-232 Pak contains a special integrated circuit to more effectively handle serial communications. The chip, called an Asynchronous Communications Interface Adapter (ACIA), overcomes problems inherent in the bit banger design. The RS-232 Pak also contains communications software in a ROM to make the computer act like a terminal for operation with a modem. The RS-232 Pak has since been discontinued, but it is possible to build your own inexpensive RS-232 interface that can be reliably used with modems and terminals.
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