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'Does Anybody have SPO256 Phoneme Addresses?'
1997\10\27@123235 by myke predko

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Hi Gang,

Does anybody have a list of SPO256 Phoneme Addresses?  I just got a few from
BG Micro and when I looked at my old GI docs, they don't have the
Phonemes/address table (I think that when I used the part thirteen years
ago, I bought it from Radio Scrap and they had a table with the package).

Thanx!

myke

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1997\10\27@145454 by Preston S Gabel

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Myke,

I think I might be able to help with the phoneme addresses.  If you'd like
I can send a copy of the spec sheet by snail-mail.

Best Regards,

Preston Gabel

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1997\10\27@193518 by Eric Naus

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Hanging onto this old stuff actually pays off.

SP0256- AL2 Voice Synthesizer

Address      Word

 0           Oh
 1           One
 2           Two
 3           Three
 4           Four
 5           Five
 6           Six
 7           Seven
 8           Eight
 9           Nine
 10          Ten
 11          Eleven
 12          Twelve
 13          Thirteen
 14          Fourteen
 15          Fifteen
 16          Sixteen
 17          Seventeen
 18          Eighteen
 19          Nineteen
 20          Twenty
 21          Thirty
 22          Forty
 23          Fifty
 24          It Is
 25          A.M.
 26          P.M.
 27          Hour
 28          Minute
 29          Hundred Hour
 30          Good Morning
 31          Attention Please
 32          Please Hurry
 33          Melody A
 34          Melody B
 35          Melody C

Hope This Helps Out.

Bye For Now

Eric
At 12:26 PM 10/27/97 - 0500, you wrote:
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1997\10\27@213635 by Rick Watson

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Get .gif files for the Radio-Shack spec sheet at:

http://support.tandy.com/support_supplies/17518.htm

You can find other stuff by using http://www.altavista.digital.com to
search for spo256, e.g.:

http://www.squark.demon.co.uk/files/zx/spo256.txt

Rick Watson
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1997\10\27@214706 by myke predko

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Thanx Muchly Rick!  And thanks to everyone else who has offered information
it's greatly appreciated!

myke

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1997\10\28@051955 by Mike Smith

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Date: Tuesday, 28 October 1997 4:03
Subject: Does Anybody have SPO256 Phoneme Addresses?


>Hi Gang,
>
>Does anybody have a list of SPO256 Phoneme Addresses?  I just got a few
from
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I've got a heap of SP0 0256 and CTS 256 stuff.  You can have originals if
you like, as some would be copy-of-copy (not the RS stuff, the bulky GI
stuff - (AN0505(21 pages) and the original specs and apps (27 pages)

Have you looked at the SSI 263 (Radio Spares) ??   Article in Practical
Electronics U can have also if interested.

I'm pruning deadwood from my filing cabinet...

Come to think of it, you can have the chips as well.  At these package sizes
and distances we're talking surface!

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1997\10\28@062323 by Claudio Rachiele

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In my mind sp0256-al2 don't have the phoneme listed. Listed phoneme are from
-07 version that use un external serial eprom for interface clock applications.
-al2 use an complete set of single allophone (single sounds, sometime to build
a character you need two or more) directly
addressable from a cpu port interface. I work with it more then 10 years ago
and interface it to VIC20, C64 and PC parallel interface. I can search for data
sheet, but -first- I am not shure I can found it , -second- let me take some
time. HTH. Let me know if you find info before me.

                      Claudio Rachiele IW0DZG


'[EE] : Is there any alternative to SPO256 speech c'
2000\07\29@100018 by Albert Goodwill
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Is there any alternative to SPO256 speech chip?
Where can I get either SPO256 or a better alternative to that from?

Thanks.

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2001\05\15@144231 by Nicolas Fournel
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Hi,
I'm would like to connect a SPO256-AL2 speech synthesizer chip  to a 16F877. My only problem is that this chip seems really hard to find now. Any idea where I could find one, other than eBay ?

Thanks,

Nicolas

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2001\05\15@150626 by Bob Blick

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> I'm would like to connect a SPO256-AL2 speech synthesizer chip  to a 16F877. My only problem is that this chip seems really hard to find now. Any idea where I could find one, other than eBay ?
k
Did you try http://www.bgmicro.com

They were the only place that still carried them, had them a year ago.

Cheers,

Bob

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2001\05\15@151326 by Nicolas Fournel

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Hi Bob,

Yes,I tried BGMicro but unfortunately it seems they don't carry them anymore :-(

Nicolas




>>> Bob Blick <TakeThisOuTbobEraseMEspamspam_OUTTED.NET> 05/15/01 11:58AM >>>
> I'm would like to connect a SPO256-AL2 speech synthesizer chip  to a 16F877. My only problem is that this chip seems really hard to find now. Any idea where I could find one, other than eBay ?
k
Did you try http://www.bgmicro.com
They were the only place that still carried them, had them a year ago.

Cheers,

Bob

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2001\05\16@021001 by Nigel Goodwin

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>Yes,I tried BGMicro but unfortunately it seems they don't carry them anymore
>:-(

I wouldn't have thought it's really a question of 'stopped carrying
them', more a question of the chip not being available - I suspect
production probably stopped back in the 1970's, or the early 1980's?.

I can remember buying one from Tandy back in the 70's :-).
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2001\05\16@021557 by Sean H. Breheny

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My 1987(IIRC) Radio Shack Semiconductor Reference Guide has the chip listed
along with lots of info.

Sean

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2001\05\16@074243 by Ben Suffolk

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Nicolas,

I have one on a PCB with an amplifier etc built in, its doing nothing in my big
box of stripper pcbs. The entire PCB and parts are yours if you cover the
postage from the UK. Mail me off-line of you want it.

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Hi,

I'm would like to connect a SPO256-AL2 speech synthesizer chip  to a 16F877. My
only problem is that this chip seems really hard to find now. Any idea where I
could find one, other than eBay ?

Thanks,

Nicolas

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2001\05\18@134824 by Nicolas Fournel

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Hi Ben,

Yes, I'm interested. Do you know if the SPO256 is really working and what type it is (SPO256-AL2 or other ?).
Thanks,

Nicolas



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I have one on a PCB with an amplifier etc built in, its doing nothing in my big
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postage from the UK. Mail me off-line of you want it.

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Hi,

I'm would like to connect a SPO256-AL2 speech synthesizer chip  to a 16F877. My
only problem is that this chip seems really hard to find now. Any idea where I
could find one, other than eBay ?

Thanks,

Nicolas

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