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Spectrum 128 Cables
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In-line Power Switch for Spectrum 128 / 128+2
A brand new on-off switch cable that connects between the DC jack of the Spectrum PSU and the computer's power socket. It saves wear and tear on the Spectrum's connector and eliminates the need to constantly connect / disconnect the DC plug for a full reset. This version has been specially made for the Spectrum 128 ("toast rack") / +2 (the grey 128) :-
RGB SCART Cable For Spectrum 128 +2 *Mono* (Grey model only)
Please note: The sound output from the 128+2's audio socket was not very well implemented by Amstrad. The beeper sound is much louder than the output from the AY sound chip (which is really quiet). If this is not a problem then a mono cable will be fine (but bear in mind it wouldn't be suitable after making the stereo audio modificiation because one channel will be silenced due to the mono jack plug).
RGB Stereo SCART Cable For Spectrum 128 +2 (Grey model only)
Please note: The sound output from the 128+2's audio socket was not very well implemented by Amstrad. The beeper sound is much louder than the output from the AY chip (which is really quiet). There are various ways to fix this, probably the best being the stereo mod board available from Byte Delight