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Issue 19 - July 14th to 20th 1983
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Micropaedia
Sound: Part 3
Sound and music on BBC, Apple, Atari, Dragon and TI99/A.
REGULARS
Monitor 2
PCN Scoop - Commodore aims for software domination, pages 2 & 3; Digital Research drops prices, page 4; Adam Osborne speaks out, page 5; Microtrade report, page 6; Sharp and Portico take the lid off new systems, page 7; and more news, reports and pictures.
PCN Charts 12
The bestsellers, games and micros.
Routine Inquiries 15
Whatever your problem we've got the answer.
Microwaves 19
 
Random Access 21
Your letters . . . your chance to speak your mind . . . perhaps your £10 prize.
Gameplay  
Commodore 64 / Atari 48
into the maze
Commodore 64 51
Adventure
Apple round-up 49
Spectrum 54
Air simulations
ProgramCards 57
Atari, Dragon games
Clubnet 69
Meet the Tandy fans of W Herts
Back issues 73
Complete your PCN collection
Databasics 74
Peripheral buyers' guide
Billboard 80
 
Readout 82
 
PCN Binders 83
Keep your file in order
Quit/Datelines 88
 
PCN SPECIALS
Insurance 24
Undercover investigator Ralph Bancroft considers the pros and cons of insuring your micro.
Secondhand sale 27
Want a micro but can't afford the price? Sandra 'Secondhand Rose' Grandison checks out the market in used equipment.
PCN PRO-TEST: SOFTWARE
Epson aid 30
If you need stock control plus portability read Henry Velleman on a package for the Epson HX-20.
Torch in touch 32
Mail Plus connects your Torch to the world. Ralph Bancroft says 'Someday all computers will be like this.'
PCN PRO-TEST: PERIPHERALS
TP1 Daisywheel 35
Barry Miles at the printer reporting on a £485 machine offering excellent print quality.
ZXwriter 38
Word processing on a ZX81? Yes, it is possible and David Janda spells it out.
PCN PRO-TEST: HARDWARE
16-bit chips 42
A tale of tight-lipped men in secret labs . . . full of mystery and intrigue . . . more futuristic than Star Wars. Francis Monkman tells The 16-Bit Story.
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