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For sale Amiga 500 with 512KB RAM expansion for total of 1MB RAM. Comes with 1.3 ROM (Kickstart) for maximum game compatibility and power supply. The floppy drive works well and loads every game I tried. The A500 case looks like is not yellowed, as far I remember the color is same, but the power supply is big time yellowed. It does come with bottom cover, not pictured. The original video out is gray, so to play in color you need a Commodore Video monitor with cable, the A520 adapter or this one: http://amigamaniac.c...SC_adapter.html To play on VGA you will need this adapter: GBS-8220, can be found on EBAY for $30-$50. Works well with NTSC modes. You need to make a cable for that. I can put some games and "blank" disks if wanted Price $99 plus shipping USA only I also have Amiga 2000 for sale here: http://www.atariage....d-and-software/ Thank you
The following link contains high-resolution Amiga photographs. These are free for anyone to use (even for commercial projects, books, magazines, etc...) and are an attempt to supply publications with clean images of Amiga computers. The Amiga 500 in these images is new and was sealed in climate-controlled storage for almost 30 years. It was unboxed in order to take the following photos. A link to a 180 MB Zip file containing print resolution photos is also featured on this page. https://www.blitter.com/~nebulous/AmigaPhotos.html
Well, the time has come for me to part ways with the last of my Amiga collection. I got rid of my 4000, 2000, and 1200 tower. This is the last of the bunch and ironically the first Amiga I ever bought. There is a ton of stuff so I won't list all of it but the main items of interest are below: 1) Amiga 500. Kickstart ROM 1.3 (This Amiga was bundled with the Gold Disk Appetizer suite of software) 2) Supra RAM 501 512k Expansion with RTC. (I believe it is Supra.) 3) M-TEC 68020i accelerator card. ([email protected] with 68881 Math Co-Processor and 1MB SIMM installed) 4) Original Commodore Amiga Power Supply and Mouse. Extra mice to go with it as well. 5) Perfect Sound Sound Digitizer 6) GVP Genlock. (Don't have all cables for it) 7) One California Access 880 External Floppy One Supra 880k External Floppy 9) TONS of software. Some boxed. Most not. But all original disks. (Games, Productivity etc..etc..) 10) Various Amiga manuals and books including the ROM Kernel Manuals. I'm not trying to make a "killing" on the price but I want to be fair. I really want it to go to a good home where it will be enjoyed. PM Me with offers. I prefer local pickup. (Cleveland Ohio). I can meet within a 100 miles if preferred. Ultimately I am trying to avoid shipping it as it would be a fairly heavy box with all the software and books. If you must have it and are not local then we can work out shipping arrangements. I won't ship internationally however. Thanks for your consideration! Mike
So, I recently got TWO Amiga 500 in a lot of computers. After testing, they both works, and both can read and write floppies! Tho, I'm a 95% noob in Amiga stuff, so I need some advices. To my understanding, there are two main different generations of Amiga; the Amiga 500 gen, and later "AGA" graphics. There are also different Kickstarters, and Benchworks. Anyway, one of the two Amiga have a 512Ko RAM expansion, which is apparently a must have to get into Amiga 500 gaming. There should be a RTC clock on it, but the Benchwork doesn't detect it. I assume I need to replace the battery? Not sure it's so important but I won't let a battery leak everywhere anyway. From what I've seen so far, msot Amiga expansions, either original, BITD one and modern ones are usually very expensive. What is really needed for gaming? I saw a cheap converter to pluf standard floppy drive/gotek drives to the external port or internal. This seems good. I heard about a CF card? I don't plan to upgrade to Amiga 4000 levels of power, so if I stick to Amiga 500 standards, will I need to upgrade to Kickstarter or can I keep what I have? Or does it matter only for a handful of games? Also, I need to get power supplies for them. I heard that later switching power supplies can't stand the load for upgraded Amiga 500, but I don't plan to go overboard with it, so do I need to care about getting a phat copper supply or will the switching power supply be enough for my use? If you have other advices, tips or even games you like for the Amiga, let me know