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OK, I grabbed it from your showcase.

 

My 32k sidecar arrived today. Just waiting on that FinalGrom99. (and clearly need to get an F18A when they become available again.)

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21 hours ago, arcadeshopper said:

TIPI preorder is up.. hope to have boards in the beginning of October

 

Sent from my LM-G820 using Tapatalk

 

 

 

 

 

peb boards are sold, still have some sidecars

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On 9/21/2019 at 4:23 PM, arcadeshopper said:

 

peb boards are sold, still have some sidecars

Oh my, that was fast, seems that I miss out on a lot, when I don't have internet at home. Will have to wait till next time.😡

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Oh my, that was fast, seems that I miss out on a lot, when I don't have internet at home. Will have to wait till next time.
We are making more

Sent from my LM-G820 using Tapatalk

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On 7/22/2019 at 10:22 PM, --- Ω --- said:

A while back some of us purchased one of those 3.5" TFT composite monitors...

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Gregs's new cable can come in handy if you don't want a mess of cords all over the place.

 

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Of course you will need a barrel connector for the video connector << Available HERE Cheap >>

 

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And for audio, assuming you have a set of computer speakers lying around << THIS SHORT CABLE >> for the audio.

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The Monitors are still available on Ebay via << THIS SELLER >>

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I'm looking forward to getting my cable and shortening things up a bit and adding audio.

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Thanks Greg for offering this!

 

 

 

Silly question here - how do you power the little monitor?

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55 minutes ago, wierd_w said:

Looks like 5v DC on the red connector labeled "power interface" in the image?

Yes, I use a wall wart, but hopefully some day my TI will have an internal USB power port.

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3 hours ago, --- Ω --- said:

Yes, I use a wall wart, but hopefully some day my TI will have an internal USB power port.

Gotcha, that’s what I was after, thanks!

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8 hours ago, themewsh said:

Gotcha, that’s what I was after, thanks!

Oh and it should be noted that the monitor requires 12vdc.  A 200ma one will work fine.

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3 hours ago, --- Ω --- said:

Oh and it should be noted that the monitor requires 12vdc.  A 200ma one will work fine.

If it takes 12V, you could use the power line on the AV connector.

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5 hours ago, JB said:

If it takes 12V, you could use the power line on the AV connector.

So true.  I requested such a cable, but that was not offered.  I'm thinking probably not a big enough market for him to bother with.  

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On 10/25/2019 at 10:49 AM, arcadeshopper said:

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Ooooooooh!  There's gonna be a lot of happy TI campers this Christmas! 😃

 

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Hurray!

 

I have been looking forward to this delivery for awhile now. 

 

(I should be able to do the "Can the TI send midi messages to the Pi over telnet?" experiments soon!)

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On 10/25/2019 at 10:49 AM, arcadeshopper said:

Finally here now to test and burn in1129731c75f3d88473956ce843469c13.jpg

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I am of the opinion that for the sideport TIPI, the crubase jumper should be set for >1100 unless you have floppy drive. 

 

It makes a difference for a few programs.

 

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In anticipation of my fancy tipi showing up, I picked up a pi 3 b at micro center.  

 

I need to get some female ended jumper wires, so I can route the pi's audio inot the ti's audio rail, but this is mostly a software project.

 

Also picked up a roll if black petg filamentry for printing an enclosure.

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I was tidying up my hard drive today and came across this GIF I made a while back.  Since it was for Arcade Shopper, I figured I'd post it here...

 

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finally started shipping out the TIPI cards!  extra thanks to Matt for helping me get them all tested and working for everyone!!  Some went out Wed, the rest will go out over the next few days. 

 

Greg

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On 10/26/2019 at 5:06 PM, --- Ω --- said:

Ooooooooh!  There's gonna be a lot of happy TI campers this Christmas! 😃

 

Greg, got my TIPI-PEB today.  Thanks a bunch, and worth the wait.  Hopefully, you have more in the production line to satisfy those others still wanting to order sidecar's and PEBox versions.

 

Beery

 

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