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[ale] EPROM programmer?

Yikes! You're dating me... This is old dark territory from where I come
from from the 80's.  Haven't seen one of those in a while.  Back in the
day, I made my own.  Ebay vintage search  perhaps?

On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 7:45 PM Steve Tynor via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:

> I delurk to ask a non-Linux, but hardware hacker oriented question...
> I'm restoring a vintage synthesizer (a DK Synergy) which I had put into
> what I thought would be temporary hibernation, but turned into 20 years
> of storage.
> It mostly works, but testing suggests that at least one of the EPROMs
> has degraded and needs to be replaced.  As long as I'm at it I'd like to
> replace all four (I'm told that I can use either 2765 UV erasable or
> 2864 electrically erasable EPROM's)
> I have binary images (BIN files) for each of the EPROMs, but no way to
> program them.
> Can anyone on the list help?   My only other thought is to seek out the
> various local "makerspaces".
> Thanks!
> Steve
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