Stream Registers

$2188 : Stream 1 - C1L2 - Low 5-bit Logical Channel + Data Group ID (R/W)
$2189 : Stream 1 - C1L1 - High 6-bit Logical Channel (R/W)
$218A : Stream 1 - PFCNT1 - Packet Prefix Counter (R)
$218B : Stream 1 - C1POD - Packet Prefix Data (R/W)
$218C : Stream 1 - C1DOD - Packet Data (R/W)
$218D : Stream 1 - Packet Prefix OR Gate (R)

$218E : Stream 2 - C2L2 - Low 5-bit Logical Channel + Data Group ID (R/W)
$218F : Stream 2 - C2L1 - High 6-bit Logical Channel (R/W)
$2190 : Stream 2 - PFCNT2 - Packet Prefix Counter (R)
$2191 : Stream 2 - C2POD - Packet Prefix Data (R/W)
$2192 : Stream 2 - C2DOD - Packet Data (R/W)
$2193 : Stream 2 - Packet Prefix OR Gate (R)

Other Registers

$2194 : 4-bit Satellaview Settings (R/W)
        bit0: Enables Streams and $2199
        bit1: Unknown
        bit2/3: ACCESS LED Behavior
                    00 = LED Always OFF
                    01 = LED ON when EXLED pin is high (or disconnected)
                    10 = LED ON when EXLED pin is low
                    11 = LED Always ON

$2195 : Unknown (?)
        Always sends back 0x00.

$2196 : Satellaview Status (R)
        bit0: Toggles on/off when $2194.0 or 1 is set.
        bit1: Tested for bitstream cable (1 = unplugged)
        bit2: Always 0
        bit3: Toggles on/off when $2194.0 or 1 is set.
        bit4: Always 1
        bit5: Always 0
        bit6: Always 0
        bit7: Always 0

$2197 : Satellaview Control (R/W)
        This register sends back what was written on it like RAM.
        On reset, it's initialized as 0x80.
        bit7: If set, mute Soundlink Radio.
        bit1: Satellaview EXT Pin 33
        bit0: Satellaview EXT Pin 34

$2198 : Serial I/O - SPR-BSA EEPROM (R/W)
        Uses Serial Communication. Chip is S-2913CR, a 16-bit Serial EEPROM.
        Input : Command that could be found in datasheet below.
        Data in EEPROM: "BSA00???????" 0xA4 at sent offset (ASCII).
                ??????? being the Serial Number under the Satellaview.
                It sends the same byte two times before going to the next one.
                After 0xA4, and any invalid input sent, it outputs 0xFF by default.
                The first half of the data, which contains the Serial Number, is protected.

$2199 : Serial I/O - MN88821? DCD-BSA? (R/W)
        Uses Serial Communication.
        Enabled when $2194.0 is on.
        Input : Send 16-bit word comprised of DDAA (DD = Data, AA = Address).
        Output: Outputs 0xE00000 if enabled.
                If not, it sends back 0xFFFFFF (always high).

        BS-X / Derby Stallion / Itoi inits $2199 at boot by sending these:
        0008
        8800
        8001
        0402 ($0480 = 1152?)
        0003
        0804 ($0800 = 2048? Amount of bits in a NTSC digital audio/data frame?)
        0005
        7006 ($70 = 112? Half of the minimum 224 bits of data (or check bits in the frame?)
        
        BS-X can also send these depending on the Town Data:
        8800
        0000

$219A : Always 0x10
$219B : Always 0x00
$219C : Always 0x00
$219D : Always 0x00
$219E : Always 0x00
$219F : Always 0x00

$21A0-21A7 : EXT Port Access (IDE Chip Select 0)
$21A8-21AF : EXT Port Access (IDE Chip Select 1)

S-2913CR Datasheet or S-2913CR Datasheet from datasheetarchive.com