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  1. I tried searching for this topic, but I couldn’t find it. If it already exists, sorry about that! Please let me know the link, then, as I’ve had trouble finding results that were helpful to me. I’m new to the Adam, and I took a chance on a cheap auction that has no printer. I’ve seen vague references to other options, but I couldn’t find many details. For new folks and non-technical folks, can we have a list of all the known alternatives for power supplies other than the giant printer that wipes tapes when it’s turned on? I’ve heard it’s possible to make one, but how does a newbie go about doing that? Detailed info on any alternatives would be great! I can update this top post with all the different suggestions so it’s easy for new folks to find. Thanks for your help, everyone!
  2. Got a moving sale going on, prices negotiable, shipping will be the larger portion of the price....and Paypal only. Three 5200 joysticks - SOLD. Next is a hardly used Okimate Printer originally for the Commodore 64. I know most collectors have no use for old printers, but there is always one somewhere....the kicker on this one is the three UNOPENED ink cartridges (2 color, 1 black) so there might be some life left in them...I have no idea what to ask for it as the shipping might be hefty....if anyone has interest in it, just PM offer and we'll negotiate. It DOES power up, gives a blinking 'Ready' light, but I DO NOT have the extra serial cable and have not hooked it up to a real C64. Last, Nintendo DSI with four carts and charger, very clean screens (not mashed in touchscreen like some used ones) - $55 plus shipping. Will combine shipping and try to get you the best shipping rate possible...Thanks for looking!
  3. I am looking for an Atari 820 printer in working condition. PM me if you have one.
  4. I found a site with specifications of a device that allows printing to a USB printer from a parallel printer port. It doesn't offer them for sale, the site has schematic, Eagle files, and ATmega16 firmware. The designer allows cloning of the device, but requests feedback for assigning serial numbers. http://www-user.tu-chemnitz.de/~heha/bastelecke/Rund%20um%20den%20PC/USB2LPT/lpt2usb.en.htm It doesn't translate the protocol so the printer in question must be able to handle that used by the source, I believe the Epson FX protocol would be the best option for the Atari8 line. IBM has a webpage with a database that can be checked to see which printers support this. A similar commercial device is available for US$69.00 from http://www.lpt2usb.net/
  5. From the album: My Game Collection

    My Boxed Atari 1027 Printer, opened, but not used.
  6. This has been packed and shipped and on its way to a new home. Texas Instruments Omni 800 Model 840 printer for free! Formerly owned (and probably used at work) by a TI employee here in Houston. It even comes with TI work product! I have not tested the printer at all so I make no claims on its work ability. Local pickup is preferred but I'm willing to ship if there is no local interest and you want to pay the shipping. It's already packed well in the original box which is 29"x23"x14" and about 32# I can't keep this around any longer and need to get rid of it. If I can't find any takers then it will sadly have to go to the recycler.
  7. What's the best printer for the Atari 8bit. Nothing special. I just print functionality. Something that still works in 2015 and reliable. I got a 800 if that means anything.
  8. Tonight I was experimenting around and tried hooking up my 1040ST to my HP laser printer. When I tried printing something, it would not even recognize that it was there. I figured I'd get something even if I didn't have a correct printer driver installed. I know back in the 80s I would take my ST to work after hours and was able to use some programs to print with it there on HP laser jets. Just to be sure, I plugged the ST into my old Epson RX/FT dot matrix and it printed just fine. Anyone got any tips for getting it to work on the HP with programs like ST Writer and 1st Word? I don't really care if I get full featured printing with bold, etc. Just so it prints.
  9. I have a Panasonic KX-P1123 24-Pin Dot Matrix Printer for sale. The picture below was taken with the installed ribbon so the characters are not solid black. However, I bought a still wrapped ribbon and will include it. eBay looks to have enough stock of the ribbons to last some time. This printer uses a Centronics (Parallel) interface. Thanks for looking! Maybe your ASCII art be beautiful and code listings be free of bugs. http://r.ebay.com/UBlJh4
  10. I know these cables are "easy" to make... but I'm not so skilled at that sort of stuff.... I've an 850 w/printer cable (no PS) up for trade?? Well... I bought a kit and made a splitter. Looks and works great.
  11. Send PM if interested. Maybe leave msg in thread, too. Good printer; I just need some room, and I have more printers than I can use. I'd take this to Goodwill, but I know they'd just throw it away, so before I do the same, I thought I'd find out if anybody is interested in paying shipping. I don't remember how I got these, but I paid for it (and shipping) somewhere along the way, then I forgot I had it and bought another, etc. What a fool! To save this from the dump, I'll donate the time to pack it well (and go to the Post Office, obviously). After all, if it's damaged or destroyed due to lame packing, you've wasted your money shipping garbage. These are amongst the best old-school printers for retrocomputers, because: (1) Reliable as the day is long; old-time "Made in Japan" quality and not cheap Chinese junk (2) As compatible as is possible, as nearly all classic software targeted Epson, and clone printers emulated it (3) Even in 2013, you can still get ribbons for it everywhere (Epson #8750) and all over Ebay, and we're talking around $5. Try that with other brands. Examples: Amazon Staples Walmart Officemax Office Depot Relive the sights and sounds of the 1980s by banging out some old-school Broderbund Print Shoppe! Pretty clean printer, but the top cover is busted. The fool that I bought it from did not tape it down, and put a heavy book (that was for the wrong printer, even!) loose in the box and it and the cover bounced around together and broke the cover. I stuck it back together with clear epoxy, and it seems pretty strong and sits in place to keep things from being too ugly, but it's too bad it broke. You must use tractor-feed paper with this printer. (click pics to enlarge) Here, you can better see the break in the cover in this lighting. Atari 520ST screen dump, by pressing ALT-HELP keys Self-test print by holding down LF button when powering-on; here is a link to a video of it printing the self test I was surprised to find that it will even work with Windows XP; the driver is built in to Windows! However, it is dreadfully slow in this mode, as it uses the unidirectional graphics mode of the printer to plot a bitmap on the page, rather than the bidirectional text mode. This is clearly a printer for classic/retro computer. Still a good way to test the printer, however. For use with an Atari 8-bit computer (400/800/XL/XE) you must set DIP switch 2-3 to "Auto LF with CR," rather than the default "CR only" that works with Atari ST, and just about every other computer. As you may know, you'll need a Parallel Printer Interface for use with 8-bit Atari and 8-bit Commodore computers; they're fairly common. Because people still sell these printers on Ebay, it must have some value to some retro-enthusiast - hence my reluctance to throw it in the garbage - but I don't want to hassle with Ebay fools and would rather see it go to a good home. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 350629381123 Sold for $40 + ship eBay Auction -- Item Number: 221027822565 Currently for sale $55 + ship eBay Auction -- Item Number: 230595267858 Dreamer trying to get $150
  12. Polybius

    Atari 1027 Printer

    From the album: My Game Collection

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