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  1. This is SOLD. SOLD on ebay for my Buy It Now price, which is amazing (and was much more than $500)! thanks, all Randy
  2. That's silly. I've been watching Sorcerer's for years now and I've never seen a working one go for less than $500 on eBay, let alone with box, manuals, and BASIC cart.
  3. Yeah, I can't break it up. That would definitely de-value it. For your edification, and others, according to the badge on the bottom it's a DP1000-2, which means it's indeed a Model II and can be upgraded to 48K by simply plugging in some RAM chips. You're right that there isn't a good single place for info. Terry Stewart has some good information on his site and has a lot of software in WAV format ready for loading in through the cassette port. I've tried that by using my phone as the virtual cassette and it works. I didn't know there was an SD to cassette device! Do you have more information on it? I'll bring this Sorcerer to VCFMW if no one buys it by then. It will be for sale at the show in that case.
  4. There is an advantage in that, indeed. And not paying the eBay fee. I would be willing to go down to $550 for a known quantity. If you were coming to VCF Midwest or Tandy Assembly and I could deliver by hand, I would be willing to go down to $525. Randy
  5. Yeah, I might. It's definitely cool. I just wish I had time to do something with it. I did play with loading audio files from my phone through the Sorcerer cassette interface to load software. Got it to work fine.
  6. sounds good. I may bring it to VCFMW. Depends on how it goes between now and then with this. thanks
  7. Agreed on dealing with eBay. But, based on what I have in it and the completeness of this package, $600 would be the minimum amount. Could deliver it to VCFMW or Tandy Assembly, both occurring in September.
  8. As Tempest said, a working boxed system is worth at least $600, and I wouldn't take less than that.
  9. just throw me a bid via PM, if interested. I'm probably also going to list on eBay. So far, I'm not seeing reasonable bids for this.
  10. For sale: I'm going to give up my boxed Exidy Sorcerer. Has original manuals and BASIC cartridge. Works great. The sale of this helps fund the Floppy Days Podcast and everything I'm trying to do. Box is rough but serviceable. Sorcerer is yellowed but works well. It's very hard to find a complete working package like this, even with the box issues and yellowing. Highest bid over the next week will get it. PM me with questions or interest. IMG_4824.MOV
  11. Does anyone have tips or (even better) a video on exactly how to install a new port (hole) in the back of your XL case for routing out something like Sophia video? I'm looking for the best way to do this, the parts and tools required, and any tips. thanks! Randy
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  13. The response to Tandy Assembly has been fabulous and we’re ecstatic that we’re able to continue to offer this annual show to the vintage computer community and Radio Shack fans everywhere! Tandy Assembly 2019 (the third iteration!) will take place on September 27th, 28th & 29th 2019 in Springfield, Ohio. We are very excited to announce that we are adding a day this year to Tandy Assembly and will be offering a new Friday feature called Tandy Tech Track!! This will be a selection of highly technical topics presented by some of the leading figures in the Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 vintage computing community. Exhibitor Registration is also now open, so if you have some cool Tandy stuff you want to show, please sign up! While we have some speakers lined up as well, we still have openings for speakers to present interesting topics, so let us know if you have an interest. We are planning to have an auction again this year as well, so please plan to bring any items you would be willing to donate to the event to offset the cost of producing it. Any donations are much appreciated! Finally, we would love to have you sponsor the event, if you are able to help out. Sponsorships also help cover the costs of the show and help you advertise your hardware, software, business or service to vintage computer community. All the details are at http://www.tandyassembly.com Thank you!, The Tandy Assembly Team
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    I would like one!! Randy
  15. Hi, Alsp, I would be interested.
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