Midcoin Juke Box 24CD

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EMU Infos
dumper f205v
date 12/05/2013
emulator MAME 0.148u5
dev David Haywood
PCB Infos
name 24cdjuke
description Midcoin Juke Box 24CD
year 1988
manufacturer Midcoin


Technical references


QTY Type clock position function
1x D780C-1 ic1 8-bit Microprocessor - main
1x MAB8441T-T042 ic10 8-bit Single Chip Microcontroller - main (internal ROM not dumped)
3x P8255A-5 ic11,ic25,ic31 Programmable Peripheral Interface
1x MM5450N ic29 LED Display Driver - main
2x LM358 ic64,ic65 Dual Operational Amplifier - sound
1x oscillator 6.0MHz Q1


QTY Type position status
1x D27128D ic5 dumped
2x M1-7611A-5 ic27,ic28 dumped
2x DM74LS471N ic20,ic21 dumped


QTY Type position
1x HY6116ALP-10 ic22
1x D43256C-12L ic6


QTY Type position status


1x 6 legs connector (ALIM - power)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector purple (ALIM DISP - power display)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector yellow (AMPLI - amplificator)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector green (MOTORE - engine)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector black (CD)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector blu (SERVICE)
1x 10 pins flat cable connector red (CONTROL MOT - engine control)
2x jumper (J1 set, RIF unset)
5x trimmer (RP1,RP2,RP4,RP50,RP51)
2x 8x2 switches DIP (MD1,MD3)
1x battery 3.6V
2x red LED (5V,12V)
4x red LED (CONTR. RAMPA - ramp control - L1,L2,L3,L4)
8x red LED (HO, BR.D, P.D, D.I, BR.F, P.UP, ENC, MAB)
1x red LED (5V)
1x red LED (5V)
1x red LED (5V)
1x 16 digits LED display (on solder side), each digit is made by 18 segments


This is the PCB for one of the first ever CD based Juke Box, made in 1988 by Midcoin, some info here:



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