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New Technology / Re: Modern Soundbox Replacemen...
Last post by rumbeard - May 23, 2019, 01:14:54 pm
Ahh OK I was hoping for a turbo-color target
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New Technology / Re: Modern Soundbox Replacemen...
Last post by drakar - May 23, 2019, 12:36:58 pm
Quote from: JoeCanada on May 22, 2019, 09:34:38 pmI see you no longer have these listed for sale on your website - any chance you will be selling them again?

Yep, they'll be back soon! I'm just getting the next batch ready.
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New Technology / Re: Modern Soundbox Replacemen...
Last post by barcher174 - May 23, 2019, 04:06:26 am
For the mono systems this targets you do not need SoG. The vsync and hsync signals are broken out already.
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New Technology / Re: Modern Soundbox Replacemen...
Last post by rumbeard - May 23, 2019, 03:43:43 am
Also what is the VGA?  Is it still SOG?  I think the killer would be one board that spits out bog standard separate sync.  There are so many cheap flat panels that simply display nothing hooked to the standard sound box with a 13W3 to VGA adapter.  The sync converter was like $200 online from a dodgy looking outfit who knows if they still make the device.  I'd love an upscaling separate sync adapter or simply something that will work with any VGA display.
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New Technology / Re: Modern Soundbox Replacemen...
Last post by JoeCanada - May 22, 2019, 09:34:38 pm
I see you no longer have these listed for sale on your website - any chance you will be selling them again?
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Are you using the molex power cable to supply power to the scsi2sd, or just using power supplied via the scsi cable?

I have a v5.0b in my turboslab that doesn't have this issue, connected with 5v power. I also have a v5.0 in a MacSE only using scsi cable supplied power.

I'm not sure if there's a difference in the cube vs slab in whether or not you need to supply extra power to the board, if that's your setup
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Hello Brian: I'll put together a platoon of boards for parts and some in need of triage and ship. I'll wait until you return , really appreciate all the help, what you are doing to resurrect some of these boards is beyond epic is heroic and truly amazing ! Best Regards Rob Blessin
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NEXTSTEP / OPENSTEP Software / Re: Working MP3 player?
Last post by Nitro - May 20, 2019, 07:03:03 am
Brian responded and said that he's out of town at the moment, but will look for the files when he gets home in a few days.
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All,

I have spent a significant portion of my down time repairing turbo cube/color boards that are well beyond economic repair. I am out of key parts like the custom ASIC chips and a little part of me dies every time I need to sacrifice a working turbo station board to the cause. If you have boards that are totally dead, then I would be willing to take them off your hands for an economical price. Like say $30 plus shipping. Please consider my offer before recycling or trashing. I'm mostly interested in the turbo chipsets, early cube boards (brown solder mask) and dimensions ($50?). Once again this is for boards that would ordinarily go to the trash.

Thanks,
Brian Archer
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NEXTSTEP / OPENSTEP Software / Re: Working MP3 player?
Last post by longinotti - May 19, 2019, 04:08:56 am
Quote from: Rob Blessin Black Hole on May 19, 2019, 03:30:52 amHello : Have you tried this one .... http://www.nextcomputers.org/NeXTfiles/Software/OPENSTEP/Apps/Audio/mpap.1.0.README  , just tried it looks like for Intel only ! 


Yes I'm
Looking for a player for my recently acquired 040 Cube
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