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Connectors for the Commodore 64
Most of the port sockets on the C64 motherboard are now very difficult - if not impossible - to find new so those listed below will have been salvaged (carefully desoldered by myself and cleaned ready for refitting.)
(The standard chip sockets are of course brand new.)
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16 Pin DIL Chip Socket
DIL 16 socket (Suitable for 4116, 4164, 4044, 74LS139, 74LS157, 74LS257, 74LS258 etc)
28 Pin DIL Socket
DIL28 Socket - Suitable for for ROM in Spectrum, SID and PLA chips in the Commodore 64
40 Pin DIL Chip Socket
DIL40 socket. EG: for Z80 and ULA on Spectrum, 6510 CPU and CIAs on Commodore 64
Joystick connector for Commodore 64.
Cartridge Port Connector For Commodore 64
Salvaged from a breadbin style Commodore 64 - intact and clean.
Custom BLUE Power LED assembly for C64C
Custom BLUE Power LED cable, for Breadbin C64
Original GREEN power LED assembly for C64C
Original RED Power LED cable for breadbin C64
Power socket (7 pin DIN) for Commodore 64
Replacement A/V plug (8 pin DIN) for Commodore 64 PSU
Replacement power plug (7 pin DIN) for Commodore 64 PSU
Serial / IEC Disk Drive connector (6 pin DIN) for Commodore 64
Salvaged part from a breadbin style Commodore 64 - only minor wear, tested and working.
Audio / Video socket : 5-pin DIN for early breadbin Commodore 64s