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#26 godzillajoe OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Mar 6, 2011 1:21 PM


AT8462542

A187 5410351

Does your A1 unit have the expansion port. I am assuming it does not.


Nope. At least not from looking on the outside.

#27 purduecrum OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:37 PM

Has expansion interface... A1 5057643.

#28 toymailman OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:38 PM

Has expansion interface... A1 5057643.

Interesting, is there any blue lettering (or numbers) between the "A1" and the "5057643"?

#29 schmedly OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:25 AM

I have A1 81 5198557 and A1 87 5390079
Neither have an expansion port.

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Posted Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:45 PM

I have AT8455587, with the expansion port. I love that it's a little bit earlier, even though I just got it a month ago!

#31 almightytodd OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:53 PM

A1 86 5370798 (...no port) and A3 8C 5202035

...pictures to follow...

I think this begs the question, "Which is more rare? 7800's in general? or Heavy Sixers"?

#32 toymailman OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:42 PM

I think this begs the question, "Which is more rare? 7800's in general? or Heavy Sixers"?

I think the "EP" versions of the 7800 are more rare than the Heavy Sixers because far fewer were made (only 5000).

#33 doyman OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:23 AM

Has port A1 76 5799186

#34 Lemmi OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:34 PM

here are mine
the AT84 system of mine was bought about 6 months after it came out, you can see the exp port in the pic
and the Box i think i bought from someone here but i dont have the system that goes with the box, maybe it will pop up on the list one day :D

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#35 almightytodd OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:42 PM

A1 86 5370798 (...no port) and A3 8C 5202035

...pictures to follow...

I think this begs the question, "Which is more rare? 7800's in general? or Heavy Sixers"?


Here are the promised pictures:
7800_2.jpg
7800_1.jpg

#36 Schmutzpuppe OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:43 PM

I do have an Atari Corporation Taiwan Device with expansion port.
Serial is A1745833151

#37 toymailman OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Mar 25, 2011 8:55 AM

here are mine
the AT84 system of mine was bought about 6 months after it came out, you can see the exp port in the pic
and the Box i think i bought from someone here but i dont have the system that goes with the box, maybe it will pop up on the list one day :D

Thanks! I assume the "A1 84 5293576" and "A1 ?? 5234371" units do not have the expansion interface?

#38 Lemmi OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:56 PM


here are mine
the AT84 system of mine was bought about 6 months after it came out, you can see the exp port in the pic
and the Box i think i bought from someone here but i dont have the system that goes with the box, maybe it will pop up on the list one day :D

Thanks! I assume the "A1 84 5293576" and "A1 ?? 5234371" units do not have the expansion interface?


correct i only have the one system with the port, the others dont have it

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Posted Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:22 AM

I have a few updates for myself. :)

AT 84 25241 (with original box) This has different stickers than my other boxed 84 unit.
7800_AT-84-25241sys.jpg 7800_AT-84-25241box.jpg

AT 84 55199
7800_AT-84-55199.jpg

A1 71 5016113
7800_A1-71-5016113sys.jpg 7800_A1-71-5016113box.jpg

A1 7C 5180929 (no port)
7800_A1-7C-5180929sys.jpg 7800_A1-7C-5180929box.jpg

Finally I got an "EP" unit recently as well. The powersupply is different from any others I have seen.
7800_EP-264-003976.jpg 7800_EP_power.jpg

#40 toymailman OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Mar 27, 2011 5:12 PM

The last two of my 7800 units.

A1 75 5044126
7800_A1-75-5044126.jpg

A1 88 5476932
7800_A1-88-5476932.jpg

#41 mario2butts OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Mar 27, 2011 5:38 PM

Mine is: A1 75 5810889

It has the expansion port.

#42 mike99mccarthy OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 4, 2011 8:51 AM

Mine is "72R4BR A16C5748541".... I have the expansion port!! The salesman told me I can upgrade it to a computer! :D

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#43 krewat OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 5, 2011 4:46 PM

Given to me by another member:

72R4BR A1 77 5936366

w/expansion port.

Hasn't been tested (yet).

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Posted Tue Apr 5, 2011 11:49 PM

I will update post #1 when the "Edit" feature returns. Is it disabled currently due to some site work going on? I only see the "reply" button.

Wierd, I see the "Edit" button for my posts here on page #2, but it is not available with my posts on page #1. :ponder:

#45 Mitch ONLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 5, 2011 11:55 PM

I will update post #1 when the "Edit" feature returns. Is it disabled currently due to some site work going on? I only see the "reply" button.

Wierd, I see the "Edit" button for my posts here on page #2, but it is not available with my posts on page #1. :ponder:


Try it now.

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Posted Wed Apr 6, 2011 6:00 AM

end of run...dam im always last

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#47 toymailman OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 7, 2011 8:14 AM


I will update post #1 when the "Edit" feature returns. Is it disabled currently due to some site work going on? I only see the "reply" button.

Wierd, I see the "Edit" button for my posts here on page #2, but it is not available with my posts on page #1. :ponder:


Try it now.

Mitch

It works! Thank you very much. :thumbsup:

#48 Christophero Sly OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 7, 2011 10:50 AM

Here's my 7800 w/ expansion port.

7800.jpg

If the EP units were supposedly made in Texas, why do they all clearly say "Made in Taiwan" on the label?

Also, you might want to edit the title of this thread and remove "Early" as you now seem to be compiling a list of all 7800 serial numbers, not just the earliest ones.

#49 Tubular Gearhead OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 7, 2011 11:25 AM

If the EP units were supposedly made in Texas, why do they all clearly say "Made in Taiwan" on the label?


I have wondered the same thing and asked the same question.

I have a guess- maybe all the labels were ordered and printed to say "made in Taiwan" because that is where the ultimate manufacturing location was going to be, and it was just cost effective to print them all this way- ignoring the fact that the first run would come out of Texas. :?:

Anyone else want to hazard a guess or shed some light on the subject? Also, the question as to why my EP model has a # in the 8K range? :ponder:

Thanks in advance!

#50 Master Phruby OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 7, 2011 2:07 PM

Mine has an expansion port:

A1 5883356




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