Ricardo is located in Brazil.
Ricardo Oazem a very talented MSX developer and member of
the MSX company Tecnobytes.
He created the Video and Sound Unit (VSU), a very big and new soundbar extension called: OPL4 Shockwave.
It's made out of 4 V9990 chips, 2 V9958 chips and an OPL4
This card is a great solution for sharing files between PC
Earlier also the Powergraph and ATA IDE Interface for MSX too.
Ricado will together with Eduardo be the man behind the new ColecoVision 2.
And since ColecoVision and the MSX structure is closely related to each other, communication will be less cumbersome.
The specifications are secret for now, but will be published as soon as Eduardo at OpCode Games says: go for it.
I can say so much that the new CV2 will be 99% backward compatible.
Default detection will be CV+SGM.
In CV2 mode is where all the new stuff will be mapped in.
Ricardo Oazem and Eduardo Mello have no plans of any
expansion, so no ADAM or Atari module.
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