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Punkyclown 
Amiga CD-32 Riser boards
Posted on 17-Jul-2020 20:33:16
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From: Carlsbad, Ca

Hello All, I was able to obtain the CD-32 ram I was looking for... Now I am looking for the CD-32 riser board that has a floppy connector. I know the original SX Riser boards came with this and I think that Terrible Fire's original Riser also had one... So anyone who can point me to anything, the board, the PCB layout and Schematics, I would really appreciate It.
Thank you,
Brad Hansen

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Rob 
Re: Amiga CD-32 Riser boards
Posted on 18-Jul-2020 0:30:43
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@Punkyclown

The riser currently available have RGB video either via a VGA connector or Amiga style video port. I think that you may have seen the latter and thought it was a floppy port.

Amigakit have some of Index Information's floppy drive units in stock. I bought one for 70 back in February but they don't list them on the website so you'll have to ask. Unlike the Kipper2K riser there is no PS/2 keyboard port on the floppy unit so if you don't have an A4000 keyboard it might be worth getting a Lyra 3 keyboard adapter at the same time.

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Punkyclown 
Re: Amiga CD-32 Riser boards
Posted on 20-Jul-2020 18:48:15
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@Rob Thanks for this information, Exactly how is this board called? Or is it the floppy drive itself. Your message was a little confusing...
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Rob 
Re: Amiga CD-32 Riser boards
Posted on 20-Jul-2020 21:55:06
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@Punkyclown

It's this unit complete with floppy drive.

https://bigbookofamigahardware.com/bboah/product.aspx?id=1880

Analogic also have a few NOS SX32 backplates available if neatness is more of a concern than price.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Amiga-CD32-Back-Plate-with-RGB-Parallel-Serial-Floppy-Drive-Connectors/164240438342?hash=item263d7e3446:g:DtUAAOSwKFBZqZzX

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