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Come on! Let's see 'em. Take a nice pic of your system and show it off here. I'd love to see what everybody has. Be sure to describe any mods you have done too.

 

 

Darryl

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I am in the act of restoring my system at the moment. My console is taken apart. The keyboard is not working. But here ya go!

 

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Darryl

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Two current machines...

 

My main machine has an internal 32k mod (8-bit), PS/2 keyboard adapter and F18A. Both CF7 and PEB (stock PEB with TI controller and TI RS232 card, 5.25" and 3.5" drive).

 

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And I have a TI-on-a-plank for testing things, stock except with PS/2 keyboard adapter.

 

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Here's my beloved TI. Mostly a stock system with the exception of the F18-a video upgrade. The PE box is fully loaded as well, with most useful addition being the Horizon Ramdisk.

 

 

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TI is on the Left.

 

- Snug SGCPU card

- Snug HSGPL card

- AVPC card modified to include sound chip

- Corcomp Triple-Tech card

- Myarc Floppy Controller card with one 5.25" 360k drive and two 3.5" 720k drives

- SCSI 'F" card with 256mb Compact Flash card, EZ135 drive, and Zip 100 drive

- TI RS232 card connected to Midi port of Casio keyboard above on shelf

- 4 meg Horizon 4000 card

 

Geneve is on the right.

 

- Geneve card with additional 384k fast ram and full 192k video ram, V1.00 boot eprom

- HFDC with 40 meg Hard drive, 5.25" 360k and 3.5" 1.44m floppies

- SCSI 'E' card with 256mb Compact Flash card, EZ135 drive, and Zip 100 drive

- Rave speech card

- 6.4 meg Horizon 4000 card split into two 3.2 meg drives

 

Both systems are connected to Samsung 910MP monitors.

 

I also threw together a stock TI system recently to test the carts I've been creating.

It's pictured below.

 

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Gazoo

 

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- TI RS232 card connected to Midi port of Casio keyboard above on shelf

 

Dude! That's freakin' brilliant! Tell me more about this.

 

 

Darryl

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I'm going to hold off posting a photo in this thread for a week or two as I have a couple of things I want to install first.

 

BTW - Nice looking system(s) there Gazoo! :thumbsup:

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Is your PEB firehose unplugged there or do you have some fantastic solution for that?

 

 

Darryl

No-it is simply unplugged for aesthetic reasons ;-)

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Dude! That's freakin' brilliant! Tell me more about this.

 

 

Darryl

 

Not brilliant, commonplace. Part of the TI Midi software package. Easy to make your own cable. 3 wires. Look up Midi Master 99.

 

Gazoo

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Console Mods - F18A Video upgrade, Alpha lock fix

P-Box Mods - TI-FDC with 80 track mod, RS-232/HDX mod, replaced DSK1. with HxC

Add On Device - Lantronix UDS-10

Extra cards - Secondary RS-232, CorComp Triple Tech

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My 'Man Cave'. A Small corner of a small kitchen in a small apartment. I can't wait till we finally find a house.

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F18a mod, CF7+ (mod for F18a, can almost read it on the title screen). To left of TI99 is a Palm III where I keep a database of my files on the CF card. Can't see it but below left is a bag with small printer and right a case with my carts.

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My 'Man Cave'. A Small corner of a small kitchen in a small apartment. I can't wait till we finally find a house.

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F18a mod, CF7+ (mod for F18a, can almost read it on the title screen). To left of TI99 is a Palm III where I keep a database of my files on the CF card. Can't see it but below left is a bag with small printer and right a case with my carts.

That's what my man cave has been reduced to - a corner of the kitchen :P.

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Console Mod - F18A Video upgrade

P-Box Mods - TI-FDC with 80 track mod, RS-232 with HDX mod, replaced DSK1. with HxC

For those long winter evenings when an ordinary joystick will just not do ;)

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Well then, this is my workplace ... PC on the left, Geneve on the right. I still have two TI consoles somewhere stowed away in cardboard boxes, but they did not see any power for more than 20 years by now, since I got my Geneve.

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mine

 

Would you mind telling me how you made the enclosure for your nano? Did you get sheets of plastic and glue up a box?

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