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About Shredder11

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    Chopper Commander
  • Birthday 11/11/1971

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    West Yorkshire, United Kingdom (England)
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    Atari STE, Falcon 030, Amstrad CPC464/6128, Sinclair ZX81/Spectrum 48K/128K+/128K +3, Commodore 64, Psion Series 3a/3mx, PCs

    Some gear currently owned: Yamaha SY55 and TG55 + ALL WAVE & DATA card sets. Yamaha MU100R x4 + PLG100-VH, VL, DX, PLG150-AN, DR, AP. Yamaha QY100. Kawai K1r + 32MB RAM card + ALL sound data cards. Casio CSM-1, Yamaha RGX321-FP x2, Washburn D10NM, Yamada violin

    Some gear previously owned: Yamaha PSS-790, PSR-560, MT100 MkII. Casio MT-100. Fostex DMT8 MkII, D5. Roland SC-33
    Musician - guitarist who plays keyboards and sequences with a wide array of equipment.
  1. Shredder11

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  2. There was also the Hydra ethernet cartridge board from around 2010 which was the NetUSBee minus the USB port, and the USB had barely any uses due to lack of hardware drivers. Might as well buy one and have a muck around with it and then sell it on to someone else.
  3. After watching jookie's videos showing his device, my mind is blown by the greatness of it!
  4. I have a HxC SD Floppy Emulator but I also covered my bases, by getting a IBM Thinkpad G40 (barely used and like new) which has an internal floppy drive and DVD/CD drive, plus Parallel Port so this makes an ideal companion computer for my retro computers. I already own a couple of desktop PCs with internal floppy drives, plus I have some Dell external USB floppy drives which work with 720KB and 1.44MB disks.
  5. Wow I must have been ultra lucky getting mine for the equivalent of $83 at todays rate of conversion (I got mine in 2011). Mine is a 4MB + MC68001 FPU + 120MB HDD French model that I converted into a UK model (I replaced the TOS to 2.06 UK & keyboard), although it lacks the RF socket on the back; apparently models intended for certain markets had this feature removed. It's a great computer and might even become my main Atari
  6. Not forgetting the rather good http://atarimusic.net/
  7. On a different point, I think I have read that the USA Falcons performed better with audio/MIDI applications like Cubase Audio, due to the better components in certain parts of it.
  8. Hey sounds like good old Diamond Dave and I assume Van Halen
  9. I have a dual floppy drive but it does not work with my STE, so I guess it is meant for the original 520ST shown in the post above? The photos in the URL below are of my drive with the top cover removed. http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=20915&p=185537&hilit=dual+floppy#p185537
  10. I got my dark coloured one for £5 a couple of years back from a UK supplier, who is also on Ebay.
  11. Nice but what is the 5.25" floppy drive connected to?
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