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#1 hunged13 OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:10 AM

nothing too great as i'm into (serious) collecting since late 2008 (before then the only "retro" systems that i had was the boxed sega megadrive and the n64 that you'll see in a while) and the fact that i have limited funds doesn't help exactly...

n64,ps2 fat,ps2 slim,ps1 x2 (plus one more that is in my basement),coleco gemini,snes,saturn,nes,atari 2600jr (the black thing that sits on the iced earth box set )
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master system II,pc engine+cd-rom 2 unit (not working :( )
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zx spectrum+ x2,philips vg-8020 msx,various boxed games (ps1,dreamcast eu+us,megadrive eu+jp,pc engine,wonderswan,atari 2600...and a total war shogun 2 collector's edition)
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megadrive,atari 65xe,turbografx pal,sega sg-1000II,super a'can (and a boxed sega menacer)
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a chaotic closet :-D which has a boxed master system converter,my gb/gbc/gba games (loose copies),two atari lynxes and the boxes of my psp-1001 and dsi
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my game gear collection
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my gameboy collection (loose+boxed games)
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my lynx collection
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ds boxed games,nes and n64 loose games
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wonderswan,pokemon mini games+systems
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lynx,psp,ds,gameboy,nes,pokemon mini games
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atari 2600 loose games
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turbografx system+games+pc engine games
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sega sg-1000II, super a'can systems+games (and boxed super a'can controller)
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part 2 of my collection (way smaller than part 1 ;) ) later...

#2 Grig OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:46 AM

Do I spot a Casio PT-80 keyboard in that first pic? Or maybe the PT-60. I can't tell, but it looks like the version without the ROM cart. Just curious. My very first keyboard was a Casio PT with the ROM cartridge. I actually used it to make multiple 'tracks' when I began song writing in 1982.

#3 hunged13 OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:58 AM

Do I spot a Casio PT-80 keyboard in that first pic? Or maybe the PT-60. I can't tell, but it looks like the version without the ROM cart. Just curious. My very first keyboard was a Casio PT with the ROM cartridge. I actually used it to make multiple 'tracks' when I began song writing in 1982.


nope but you are quite close ;) ,it's a Casio PT-30 which i think lacks the ability to put a rom cartridge,it has a "hole" molded to accept one but it lacks the contact points.

#4 Grig OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 13, 2012 12:36 PM

Do I spot a Casio PT-80 keyboard in that first pic? Or maybe the PT-60. I can't tell, but it looks like the version without the ROM cart. Just curious. My very first keyboard was a Casio PT with the ROM cartridge. I actually used it to make multiple 'tracks' when I began song writing in 1982.

nope but you are quite close ;) ,it's a Casio PT-30 which i think lacks the ability to put a rom cartridge,it has a "hole" molded to accept one but it lacks the contact points.


PT-30, got it. Thanks. What a great little keyboard!

#5 Protoplasym OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:05 PM

A lot of Gameboy & Lynx boxes... nice! Love your PS display, that's awesome!!! :thumbsup:

What do you think of the Lynx overall compared to your other Handhelds?




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