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Jope 29 July 2015 11:06

No game lamers. ;-)

Is that a PC-60 or an A3500 on the floor?

2x CBM 900, C128 3.5" proto, C65.. It's not as if this would come as a shock, you've had these on your website since ages. :-)

bozimmerman 29 July 2015 11:55

PC60, if you mean the leftmost of the 4 tower machines under the desk.

BTW, that machine, which I was told used to run amiga.com or .org or something,
came with a bad/confused floppy controller and bad onboard video. I managed to socket and swap
out the main core chips to those two functions, but no good. If you know anyone
who can help me with old PC component troubleshooting over email, tell them to drop me
a line.

- Bo

dimitrious 24 August 2015 07:26

yes you have a really nice collection there as well i only have a amiga 1200 the now but i do have extra memory 32 meg and also a 40 mhz as well

Prosonic 15 August 2016 13:19

2 Attachment(s)
this is my 1200 running ACA1230-40 64mb, Indivision AGA 1200 MK2cr, 3.1 roms, 32gb CF,OS3.9

the desk is slowly being over run by the wifes makeup,

i restore arcade machines currenly own 10 and repair the pcbs as well

ransom1122 15 August 2016 15:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prosonic (Post 1106209)
this is my 1200 running ACA1230-40 64mb, Indivision AGA 1200 MK2cr, 3.1 roms, 32gb CF,OS3.9

the desk is slowly being over run by the wifes makeup,

i restore arcade machines currenly own 10 and repair the pcbs as well

That's cool. Bubble bobble arcade is awesome. Which other ones do you have? Hard to see in the pic.

I have a modified 6 button Mortal Kombat 2 arcade cab with a bigger prefect fit wells gardner monitor which plays mame powered by a raspberry pie 2.

Prosonic 16 August 2016 14:08

arcade stuff left to right:

14" space invaders cocktail cab but has galaga in it at the moment
20" cocktail galaga
25" NBA Jam 4 Player
20" LAI Neo Geo
20" Double dragon
20" Bubble Bobble
21" generic with black tiger / dragon in it at the moment
not in the photo 20 cocktail work in progress
26 Challenger cab with 2019in1
cant remember the other cab lol
30 odd + pcb mix of likes of hypre olympics, moon patrol, SF2 etc from that era same again with neo geo carts all cabs crt screens


Quote:

Originally Posted by ransom1122 (Post 1106220)
That's cool. Bubble bobble arcade is awesome. Which other ones do you have? Hard to see in the pic.

I have a modified 6 button Mortal Kombat 2 arcade cab with a bigger prefect fit wells gardner monitor which plays mame powered by a raspberry pie 2.


ransom1122 16 August 2016 14:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prosonic (Post 1106405)
arcade stuff left to right:

14" space invaders cocktail cab but has galaga in it at the moment
20" cocktail galaga
25" NBA Jam 4 Player
20" LAI Neo Geo
20" Double dragon
20" Bubble Bobble
21" generic with black tiger / dragon in it at the moment
not in the photo 20 cocktail work in progress
26 Challenger cab with 2019in1
cant remember the other cab lol
30 odd + pcb mix of likes of hypre olympics, moon patrol, SF2 etc from that era same again with neo geo carts all cabs crt screens

:bowdown:bowdown:bowdown :great:great:great

seb132 10 August 2017 13:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prosonic (Post 1106209)
this is my 1200 running ACA1230-40 64mb, Indivision AGA 1200 MK2cr, 3.1 roms, 32gb CF,OS3.9


Nice setup...
What's the monitor brand and model, mate, and how is it connected?



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RetroPaul 10 August 2017 14:21

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Finally completed my gaming mancave, all my favorite machines are hooked up ready to use. My Amiga's now have dedicated screens (Benq BL912 & BL702a) and i have connected them together with serial cable, just need to find some time to use them now!

http://eab.abime.net/attachment.php?...2363616http://

My beloved CD32 is tucked away in the corner next to the 3DO.
http://eab.abime.net/attachment.php?...1&d=1502363616

Cylon 10 August 2017 16:51

No plant life but otherwise perfect!:)

Shatterhand 10 August 2017 19:56

https://scontent.fsdu8-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e4&oe=5A325225

Only one Amiga, and not as amazing as some other collections seen here, but that's my stuff. All of them working and being used routinely :D

deladrevoc 10 August 2017 23:13

@ RetroPaul

Class man!

Akira 10 August 2017 23:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shatterhand (Post 1177377)
https://scontent.fsdu8-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e4&oe=5A325225

Only one Amiga, and not as amazing as some other collections seen here, but that's my stuff. All of them working and being used routinely :D

What's that grey thing with a red cart? A Famiclone?
Nice collection man!

Shatterhand 15 August 2017 04:50

Yes, it's a famiclone. It's a "Dynavision Radical", from Dynacom, a defunct brazilian company.

Dynacom produced Atari 2600 clones, they produced some real high quality joysticks also. At one point they thought about producing MSX computers here (alongside Gradiente and Sharp), but they decided to go and produce NES clones, I think they were the first guys to make NES clones around here, and they had many of them... they were all called "Dynavision" something.... some of them have 60 and 72 pins slots together which is a very nice thing.

What I really like about the Dynacom famiclones is that their joysticks are *real* good, IMO better than the official Nintendo ones.

That's the Joystick I use with it:

http://www.retrogame.com.br/arquivos...a1b24bfb20.jpg

I can't stress how much this controller is great. Most of the time I can't stand nintendo controllers (I really can't get how a dpad without diagonals became the standard) so I love to actually own a Dynavision :)

Their first Dynavision (name Dynavision 2 ... because the first one was a 2600 clone) used this controller:

http://cdn.atl.clicrbs.com.br/wp-con...dynavision.jpg
Which they probably just copied the design from quickshot controllers, but it was great too.

They also produced this controller with was awesome and had versions for every console back at the time, even for PC... shame about the NES version having A and B buttons swapped, which could really mess up things in certain games
https://img.clasf.com.br/2017/06/15/...0615144545.jpg

and their first controller ever was this one below, called the "Dynastick" which had versions for the Atari 2600, MSX and for their NES/Famicom clones too... many people have very fond memories of those controllers, as they were really better than the oficial Atari 2600 and MSX controllers we got here.

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...ay4NpK3QYV3LsQ

Akira 15 August 2017 07:49

I know Dynacom very well. All their stuff was VERY popular in my country as a cheap option to official stuff, especially the A2600 clones.

amigadude 01 October 2017 01:43

Bought a TF328 recently, still looking for a riser but while I was waiting I thought I'd check the condition of my CD32s... if I could remember where they are... and the first box I opened...
https://imagez.to/i/jRfy2V0D.jpghttps://imagez.to/i/qmqiCUQ2.jpg

I hope the 3rd PSU is in one of the others boxes, but I got what I needed so I stopped looking... 1 of the machines has a dodgy CD drive/lid hinge but the other 2 work 100% :)

mai 07 July 2019 18:05

...just to play a game in between or listen to some music additionally.


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