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Hi,

 

i'm mainly into the old homecomputer stuff.

 

My first contact with homecomputers, consoles and stuff was an old Intel Video Game (from my deceased father and i sold i ... well, i'm an idiot) in the 70s & my first "real" Homecomputer an Amstrad CPC 464. After this i collected a lot of computers like MSX, Thomson, different Atari ST Versions, some Sinclair ZX, the Commodore 264 row, Acorn Electron, TI-99/4A and many others.

 

Here are some pictures ... older and newer ones ...

 

My main focus lies on the Thomson computers.

 

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Greetings

Tom

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A little shelf update and some more pics ...

 

I received a boxed MO5E in an absolutely great condition some days ago ... time for a test ...

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Pics of some of my shelves, the testing station and spare computers which i must repair and other things ... a lot of stuff is in my basement too ...

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Thanks for sharing! I've heard of the Sinclair and Amstrad computers (mostly because I had a Timex-branded Sinclair myself) but I've never heard of the Thompson. Where were these available?

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The Thomsons are/were french computers made by the Thomson company. Here are some informations about it.

 

http://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/Thomson

 

I "love" them, 'cause they are not common like the Commodores and other computers.

 

Mostly comparable with Sinclair ZX, Amstrad CPC, MSX and others ...

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Well, i received a BBC Master with a little keyboard problem. So i opened the case and cleaned the components. I've seen, that there was no internal battery pack included ... which is good i think, 'cause old packs could have a leak. I bought a new pack and i hope it will arrive soon.

 

The keyboard problem is gone ... it was heavy dirt under the keys ...

 

I noticed a further problem ... the three important psu capacitors weren't changed in the past, so i'll do it by myself in the next days (the two X2 and the 220uF).

 

I'll show the whole results the next weekend (including new keystrips and other stuff)

 

Here are two pics of the original condition.

 

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Well, a little update ...

 

First, the finished BBC Master 128.

 

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My BBC Micro Model B. I implemented a volume control and a MMC.

 

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Oric 1 & an Atmos

 

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A Dragon 32 and a Tandy CoCo2 (i use a CoCoSDC with both computers).

 

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Tatung Einstein TC-01

 

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... and some other homecomputers.

 

I'm restoring an Acorn A3000 at the moment and i hope i'll succeed.

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