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#826 Schmitzi OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Aug 17, 2017 1:59 PM

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Posted Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:10 PM

Cassette tape cords, in a special box :thumbsup:



#828 Schmitzi OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:25 PM

yeah :lust: And this all is mine :grin:



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Posted Thu Aug 24, 2017 9:18 AM

My system has not been the same since the arrival of the FinalGROM 99 and c0d3m4st4's case for it.

These two items go together like milk & cookies.  I truly wonder if I'll ever plug another cartridge into my TI ever again.

 

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So, if you are a new or returning TI'er, my advice would be to avoid ALL the overpriced legacy cartridges on eBay (unless you are a collector) and just get this instead.  You'll save yourself a ton of money and a lot of wear and tear on the cartridge port!  :-D



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Posted Fri Aug 25, 2017 11:29 PM

My system has not been the same since the arrival of the FinalGROM 99 and c0d3m4st4's case for it.

These two items go together like milk & cookies.  I truly wonder if I'll ever plug another cartridge into my TI ever again.

 

post-35324-0-56956000-1503586456_thumb.p

 

So, if you are a new or returning TI'er, my advice would be to avoid ALL the overpriced legacy cartridges on eBay (unless you are a collector) and just get this instead.  You'll save yourself a ton of money and a lot of wear and tear on the cartridge port!  :-D

 

Fully agree, looking forward to use this module!

(I do not have the FinalGrom in my hands yet..9148km away, but pick it up next month)

 

but if I am correct we can run, basically all the UberGroms: (installed on separate or the same SD-card ?)

 * Extended Basic Suite 2.7 on it  (with the "Texas Instruments" Speech  update

 * 2048K Games

 * Extended Basic 2.7 + XB 256 + TML  ("Extended Basic Fun")

 * and more like FbForth,  RichXB,  multi-cart games, etc.

 * Mini-Memory

 * E/A (already part of XB.27 Suite)

 * E/A RAM module (8K)

 * Mechatronic XB,  Super XB, and other versions.  

 * 8-in-1 Rasmus Games  (as this .bin package does not require the ATMEGA2848P chip in the UberGrom)

 

 

I am wondering which other modules are out there that need the module port

(and the FinalGrom need to be removed for it to use the module)

 

*  SuperSketch  (http://www.mainbyte....per_sketch.html)

   because of the cable

* Projects like UberGrom with Wi-Fi  and UberGrom with HDx connection also because of the extensions

Not really needed anymore:

* GramKracker (or are there features that are needed?)

* Navarone 3-port module switcher  (to read out modules with tools like V9T9  (the very long time ago DOS version)

* If I remember correctly PRK (Personal Record Keeping) modules were used also to have more memory for

   certain TI-BASIC programmes (something with call files). Need to ask my father about that.

 

 

Sideport modules are available already for FinalGrom  (I believe so as there are .bin and .dsk versions)

* Miner2049er

* Espial

* others?



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Posted Sat Aug 26, 2017 12:06 AM

 
Fully agree, looking forward to use this module!
(I do not have the FinalGrom in my hands yet..9148km away, but pick it up next month)
 
but if I am correct we can run, basically all the UberGroms: (installed on separate or the same SD-card ?)
 * Extended Basic Suite 2.7 on it  (with the "Texas Instruments" Speech  update
 * 2048K Games
 * Extended Basic 2.7 + XB 256 + TML  ("Extended Basic Fun")
 * and more like FbForth,  RichXB,  multi-cart games, etc.
 * Mini-Memory
 * E/A (already part of XB.27 Suite)
 * E/A RAM module (8K)
 * Mechatronic XB,  Super XB, and other versions.  
 * 8-in-1 Rasmus Games  (as this .bin package does not require the ATMEGA2848P chip in the UberGrom)
 
 
I am wondering which other modules are out there that need the module port
(and the FinalGrom need to be removed for it to use the module)
 
*  SuperSketch  (http://www.mainbyte....per_sketch.html)
   because of the cable
* Projects like UberGrom with Wi-Fi  and UberGrom with HDx connection also because of the extensions
Not really needed anymore:
* GramKracker (or are there features that are needed?)
* Navarone 3-port module switcher  (to read out modules with tools like V9T9  (the very long time ago DOS version)
* If I remember correctly PRK (Personal Record Keeping) modules were used also to have more memory for
   certain TI-BASIC programmes (something with call files). Need to ask my father about that.
 
 
Sideport modules are available already for FinalGrom  (I believe so as there are .bin and .dsk versions)
* Miner2049er
* Espial
* others?

No the larger uber cart images are too large for the final grom. The entire suite for xb27 won't fit. Though just xb27 will. Rxb also fits ..

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Posted Mon Sep 4, 2017 10:07 AM

The pic is a little dark, but I was spending my morning watching a tv show and playing some Q*Bert.

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Posted Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:13 PM

My system has not been the same since the arrival of the FinalGROM 99 and c0d3m4st4's case for it.

These two items go together like milk & cookies.  I truly wonder if I'll ever plug another cartridge into my TI ever again.

 

post-35324-0-56956000-1503586456_thumb.p

 

So, if you are a new or returning TI'er, my advice would be to avoid ALL the overpriced legacy cartridges on eBay (unless you are a collector) and just get this instead.  You'll save yourself a ton of money and a lot of wear and tear on the cartridge port!  :-D

Where Can I get one of those? I admit, I would still buy the old carts as well, as I like to collect, but I still wouldn't mind one of these to either play games and stuff I don't have, or even to have something to save stuff to!



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Posted Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:27 AM

Where Can I get one of those? I admit, I would still buy the old carts as well, as I like to collect, but I still wouldn't mind one of these to either play games and stuff I don't have, or even to have something to save stuff to!

Start by looking here:

http://atariage.com/...10#entry3802011

 

It's the place to be  :-D



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Posted Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:24 AM

Start by looking here:

http://atariage.com/...10#entry3802011

 

It's the place to be  :-D

 

Also U.S. buyers can << CLICK HERE >> for the excellent case by c0d3m4st4 (including buttons).

It's a NO HASSLE solution for enclosing and protecting your investment with a little matching style.

 

For people in Europe, anywhere else, or if you just want to, you can buy directly from the creator by

<< CLICKING HERE >>



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Posted Sat Sep 16, 2017 3:07 PM

 

Also U.S. buyers can << CLICK HERE >> for the excellent case by c0d3m4st4 (including buttons).

It's a NO HASSLE solution for enclosing and protecting your investment with a little matching style.

 

For people in Europe, anywhere else, or if you just want to, you can buy directly from the creator by

<< CLICKING HERE >>

 

U.S. AND Canadian buyers. Greg has always offered shipping to your northern neighbour - at GREAT shipping rates to boot!!

 

Come to think of it, he probably does your southern neighbours too!



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Posted Sat Sep 16, 2017 3:12 PM

I plan on getting one of those c0d3m4st4 shells :)



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Posted Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:32 AM

While I'm figuring out what i want to do in regards to a 3d-printed shell i decided to use a spare cart for a finalGROM99 shell- the first one got mangled, but this one turned out ok. :)

 

the drill slipped on the second hole, but i can still access both switches.

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Posted Fri Nov 24, 2017 5:06 PM

Next haul, small teaser :)

 

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Posted Fri Nov 24, 2017 5:54 PM

uiiih I didn´t know that they are that size :o

 

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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 1:16 PM

My office at the Ohm University of Applied Sciences. Have a close look. :)

 

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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 1:23 PM

"Nobody puts Baby in a corner!"  ;)

 

Seriously though, does the TI share the monitor with the legacy PC?

 

 



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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 2:07 PM

The legacy PC is in fact a TI Professional PC; the TI console is not attached. (Suffice to show the operation in MAME <duckandrun>. :) )



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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 2:51 PM

The funny thing is in fact that every now and then, colleagues stop by, peeking into the office, "That thing's still running?" - "Got to be a bit more determined at the next hardware acquisition, will you?" - "Yeah, nice shots of the Aurora at your wall ... but I'm more stunned by your little darling on that table ..."

 

It's this special feeling when you hear the hard disk spinning up

... for some seemingly never-ending time, the pitch rising more and more,

... and then ... at its climax

... you hear the head restore.



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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 3:14 PM

Poetic.



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Posted Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:17 PM

Yeah



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Posted Thu Nov 30, 2017 3:43 AM

My office at the Ohm University of Applied Sciences. Have a close look. :)
 

If I remember correctly they have the TI Personal Computer at the BonAmi (game) museum in the Netherlands, easily can walk there 3+ hours with many micro computers

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Posted Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:03 AM

Oh my GAWD!  I starting looking at this thread from the beginning today... not only has it been so much fun looking at all these photos and marveling at how large this thread has become...  I looked at the clock and discovered too much time had gone by!  Ooops.  I'll have to finish this later. 



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Posted Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:42 AM

It really is amazing all the different setups and the way they are laid out and the environments they are in.



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Posted Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:49 AM

It really is amazing all the different setups and the way they are laid out and the environments they are in.

 

Sadly though we are also getting some of this ----> 20151003_221358_zpstxqzje50.jpg

 

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