@Trash80toHP_Mini Ah yes, the LC PDS slot exchange for the tuner card, forgot that one. I think we covered it
@KnobsNSwitches if you do get it working please share what you did. Definitely a cool project for the pure case of “why not?”
Yep, that's a good breakdown of the differences aside from loss of LC PDS for a NIC, which is no real loss for a TV GameStation CC. That's actually about as useful as anything short of a PowerCC can get. With that hack you get TV AND eggroll!
You don't need to recreate the fancy part of the Asante Nic's daughtercard. The cable itself speaks AUI, the rest of the daughtercard(s) are Asante's 10bT a/o ThinNet transceiver magic. IIRC you can simply hook the cable up to any AUI to 10bT transceiver and you're good to go. ISTR doing exactly that to implement an as yet untested Vonets setup for my SE/30.
I'm tired, so I may amend this in the AM after the coffee kicks in.
I believe the CC can handle 10mb RAM where as the TV logic board can only address 8mb RAM. Also, CC supports FPU, TV does not, iirc.
that said, hooking up a PlayStation 1 to a color classic sounds cool. And the TV logic board can run 7.1 plenty confidently, and up to 7.5.5 reasonably well if you keep your expectations tempered appropriately. (Speaking from my own experience there)