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#1 Shift838 OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:00 AM

I have posted the new GBSVGA Genie AVPC model at the store.

 

connect your TI-99/4A or TI-99/4P with AVPC to a GBS8200 RGB to VGA video converter.

 

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Posted Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:04 AM

nice ! a new store ! 
i really like ! :)



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Posted Wed Jul 25, 2018 5:04 PM

What does this do again? Acronym free description requested.


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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 8:26 AM

What does this do again? Acronym free description requested.


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It lets you plug in a AVPC 9938 card into a video converter.

Likely you have neither

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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 8:43 AM

Just waiting for the case for mine to be shipped. It will be great to use a VGA monitor and not have to rely on the ever-diminishing supply of RGB monitors.

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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:03 AM

That was a crazy mouthful. Only RGB and VGA count as acronyms in this instance. The rest are model numbers, which have effectively become proper names.

It would be really cool if the 1%ers would showcase some of this exotic and mostly lost equipment in today's digital age, capture and demonstrate how far this platform was pushed in it's heyday.

It is hard to have even heard of half the hardware that was once available. I feel like the really good stuff came after the magazines had all died off. And too much of the early online history died with the early services.

Or in other words: how about a video demo of the AVPC display card and how great or not it looks on that upscaler?

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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:47 AM

Do they sell a TI to PS2 or USB device so we can use USB or PS2 keyboards for TI?

 

I am putting my TI into a G5 Case and need one.

 

Thanks.



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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:08 PM

Do they sell a TI to PS2 or USB device so we can use USB or PS2 keyboards for TI?

 

I am putting my TI into a G5 Case and need one.

 

Thanks.

 

Jedimatt has released his TI-99 USB Keys.  I have 2 of them in my units and they work great.

 

HERE



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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 4:09 PM

Do they sell a TI to PS2 or USB device so we can use USB or PS2 keyboards for TI?

 

I am putting my TI into a G5 Case and need one.

 

Thanks.

 

And my PS/2 keyboard converter is available for DIY here: http://harmlesslion....ftware/keyboard

 

Nobody sells it :)


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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:00 PM

 

Jedimatt has released his TI-99 USB Keys.  I have 2 of them in my units and they work great.

 

HERE

$25.00 is that right do I have to use pay pal?



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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:01 PM

 

And my PS/2 keyboard converter is available for DIY here: http://harmlesslion....ftware/keyboard

 

Nobody sells it :)

Do it myself, but where are the parts?



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Posted Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:54 PM

Do it myself, but where are the parts?

 

It's do it yourself, even the parts. :) Jedimatt's kit is the only kit out there right now. :)


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Posted Tue Aug 7, 2018 9:00 PM

Decided to put all the new products in one thread and to take a page out of Arcadeshoppers book.

 

New products released in stock and preorder.  Head over to the store today and find what you would like to have.  SHIFT838 STORE HERE

 

AT2XT Kebyoard Converter using the PIC12F629 chip.

 

 
 
838 DriveSelect PCB   HERE
 
 
USB MIDI Foot Controller for controlling recording sortware via a Teensy Microcontroller.   
 
 
SCART-Genie AVPC Mode - Connect RGB from AVPC to SCART Enabled monitor.  HERE
 
 
AT/XT USB Keys - Use AT/XT keyboard scan codes and select by jump for which to use.   HERE


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Posted Tue Aug 7, 2018 11:04 PM

 

Decided to put all the new products in one thread and to take a page out of Arcadeshoppers book.

 

New products released in stock and preorder.  Head over to the store today and find what you would like to have.  SHIFT838 STORE HERE

 

AT2XT Kebyoard Converter using the PIC12F629 chip.

 

 
 
838 DriveSelect PCB   HERE
 
 
USB MIDI Foot Controller for controlling recording sortware via a Teensy Microcontroller.   
 
 
SCART-Genie AVPC Mode - Connect RGB from AVPC to SCART Enabled monitor.  HERE
 
 
AT/XT USB Keys - Use AT/XT keyboard scan codes and select by jump for which to use.   HERE

 

So the AT/XT USB Keys is for a TI99/4A right? 

(Or just for the Geneve?)

 

I found I still have a Pay Pal Account Password.


Edited by RXB, Tue Aug 7, 2018 11:06 PM.


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Posted Wed Aug 8, 2018 10:39 AM

Do it myself, but where are the parts?

 

I added assembled boards to the store as well

 

https://www.arcadesh...tegory=23836460


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Posted Wed Aug 8, 2018 11:45 AM

 

I added assembled boards to the store as well

 

https://www.arcadesh...tegory=23836460

Thank you.

 

I can not buy it from your store as it says out of stock assembled for $55, how do I order it?

 

 

OMG I hate PAYPAL it has my Bank account number and routing number and I have an a PAYPAL account, but now it want my BANK ACCOUNT LOGIN PASSWORD????

 

WTF they also have my Social Security Number? Why the BLEEP can I not just use a Credit Card? WTF?

 

Heck even EBAY is dumping PAYPAL as unsecure and asking for to much data.

 

 

HOORAY you take VISA so ordered that Assembled 

AT/XT USB KEYS

Edited by RXB, Wed Aug 8, 2018 12:22 PM.


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Posted Wed Aug 8, 2018 11:49 AM

Thank you.

 

I can not buy it from your store as it says out of stock assembled for $55, how do I order it?

 

sorry just added 2 more I'll build it after order so it will take me a week or so 


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Posted Wed Aug 8, 2018 12:31 PM

 

sorry just added 2 more I'll build it after order so it will take me a week or so 

At your leisure I am not a tough sell.



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Posted Wed Aug 8, 2018 1:05 PM

So the AT/XT USB Keys is for a TI99/4A right? 

(Or just for the Geneve?)

 

I found I still have a Pay Pal Account Password.

 

This one is for the Geneve/SNUG system or really any system that takes that code set, (once the AT code set is completed).

 

I was thinking of adding the header pins for the 99/4A keyboard and power, etc like the TI99 USB keys so it could be a complete unit that could be used for any of them.  I may need to move some stuff around on the board to do that though.






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