Eprom programmer suggestions?

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Eprom programmer suggestions?

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I used to have a eprom programmer, to make custom versions of my Atari ST system, but the poor thing died a long time ago.

I'd like to get myself a new one, but it's been so long that I'm not quite sure what to get, knowing that ideally I'd like to have something that can be used to burn eproms for:
- Atari ST and STe
- Oric
- Various audio devices firmware like the Roland MT-32 (28 pins) and Yamaha MU100 (42pins)

Obviously it's not something I'm going to use often, so it does not have to be top of the range, but ideally something usable :)

Suggestions are welcome!

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Re: Eprom programmer suggestions?

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The TL866II Plus is really nice, but maximum pin is only 40 pins (there might be some adapters...).
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Re: Eprom programmer suggestions?

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I use the g540 programmer 40 pins maximum, it works well with WinXP
https://m.fr.aliexpress.com/item/400090 ... 6ddfn3Cp0z

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