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    From the album: pre-MBX

    Here are some interesting pics from 1982 that I got from Mike Langieri on the MB Gemini game system. It was a standalone system which eventually became the MBX for the TI. Note Turtle Maze and Baseball carts, which must have become "Terry Turtle's Adventure" and "Championship Baseball". All the programmers I talked with said they programmed these games in 6802 Assembly and then had to convert it to TMS9900 Assembly in 1983 for when the project became the MBX. Enjoy:
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    From the album: The Basement

    The Atari 2600 boxed collection
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    From the album: The Caraway Clan

    I couldn't help but think of my daughter who is about to be born. The five spheres reminds me that she is my fifth daughter. There is a story about her if anyone wants to know...

    © Phoebe Caraway 2017

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    From the album: Miscellaneous

    Solder side of the inside board.
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    From the album: MarkO's 001

    My Uncle built this Joystick for the Sinclair ZX81, over 20 years ago.. It is setup to mimic Keyboard Presses..

    © 2014

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    From the album: Miscellaneous

    This is my contraption used to connect my phone to the TI-99/4A cassette (CS1) port, allowing a WAV or MP3 file containing TI program data to be loaded to the TI. The phone must recognize the cable as being a line-level device rather than headphones, otherwise it attenuates the audio to a point where it is barely audible. The two-to-one cable is necessary as both channels are needed for the TI to "hear" the audio. This is a passive device simply connecting the RCA pins to the appropriate cassette port pins, and I have given consideration to building in a low-power amp using the cassette motor line for power. This cable could be also be used for devices with line-out other than a cell phone. The audio files used (WAV or MP3) can be created by loading a TIFiles program into a program like CS1er or Tape994A and saving is WAV. I suppose just about any MP3 encoder could be used, though I use lame's command line program to convert to VBR (variable bit rate) using the --vbr-new option. You might be able to use lame to make adjustments, but I use SOX (SOund eXchange) to make minor tweaks in volume when necessary. You can usually get a 41% increase in volume without clipping. (I have not tried this, but apparently newer versions of SOX support MP3 output.)
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    From the album: My Home

    Here's a photo of me in my Cammy (from Super Street Fighter II) costume playing my Commodore 64 DTV, which is an all-in-one Commodore 64 reproduction with built-in games all inside a Competition Pro style joystick. It runs on AA batteries and has an AV output cord which plugs into your TV.
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    From the album: BBS Screenshots

    Welcome screen of the minor bbs platform MindLink
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    From the album: Digital Illustrations

    Surprisingly easy to draw.

    © 2021 DoctorSpuds

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    From the album: photos for topics

    Modified messenger bag
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    From the album: Coolio TI 99/4a

    This is my desk with my TI 99/4a and my every day Mac. The two are connected through an serial HDX connection.
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    From the album: pre-MBX

    Here are some interesting pics from 1982 that I got from Mike Langieri on the MB Gemini game system. It was a standalone system which eventually became the MBX for the TI. Note Turtle Maze and Baseball carts, which must have become "Terry Turtle's Adventure" and "Championship Baseball". All the programmers I talked with said they programmed these games in 6802 Assembly and then had to convert it to TMS9900 Assembly in 1983 for when the project became the MBX. Enjoy:
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    From the album: 2600

    Lego 2600
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    From the album: Miscellaneous

    P112 CP/M card
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