Ordered 2 units of audio boost versions a bit before xmas.
Package was delivered 10 days later in a bubble enveloppe, with the product strongly protected by a reinforced enclosure and a few layers of tape.
The lack of efficient tracking from Italian Postal Services added a real vintage feeling to the purchase of this product, so I waited in suspense like it's 1986 :-)
Pros: - Sound quality is more crispy compared to the other SwinSID-based modules I own. - Works using 5v as well as 3.3v, so totally suitable for embedded projects
Cons: - No real hardware/firmware documentation is provided, only marketing statements - Back of the chip has some components burried under epoxy, which feels like DRM and adds weight to the lack of documentation - The packaging was solid, but very irritating to remove, whomever had the idea to use the heat gun over multiple layers of tape should try once to unpack a unit
Great way to get an Amiga working with a modern screen. When combined with a scan doubler (or as in my case, the OSSC), you are able to get superb quality images on all standard resolutions using a standard VGA cable. Build quality is great, and if required it can also be tailored at the point of purchase for the tight fit on the A4000.
All in all, I'd highly recommend this for getting an Amiga onto a more modern screen, and also for post-Commodore VGA CRT monitors.