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Old 12 July 2007, 21:36   #1
OceanPark2
 
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$120+S&H for video toaster, time-base-corrector TBC, memory and modem

FOR SALE: Amiga TBC, TOASTER, MEMORY, MODEM

The Amiga machine these were pulled from has been kept carefully protected in a climate controlled environment. The Hard Drive crashed on the machine, but I have no reason to believe these great cards are non-functional. They worked great before and I am sure you will have no problems with it. Little or no dust exists on the contact board, no rust on the parts, BNC contacts, and little or no wear on the slot-row connectors. Very professionally handled always! Over $4000 new at time of purchase. Many of these machines are still in use today to do studio quality/CGI video development on a budget!

To complete the transaction I will use a PayPal account with a 63 seller reputation score since Feb 02'. COST, SHIPPING & PACKAGING is $120 + $15.75 S&H. I ship only!! I don't think you will be disappointed with the cards. Priority mail shipping available as well as tracking & insurance for nominal fee extra. Please ask if any questions. Thank you for reading this listing! [AMIGA VIDEO PRO CARDS, MEMORY, IN ALMOST NEW CONDITION, LAST TESTED TO WORK]

Please see parts list and photos below below, please note you will need to download the software drivers for this, which can be found on the Internet.

PARTS ON THE LIST

WORKING PERSONAL TBC II (VT-2000)

A single channel, infinite window, time base corrector for the Amiga (also works with PCs) that plugs into an ISA slot. It doesn't require active ISA slots on the Amiga, because it simply uses them to draw power. It is primarily designed for use with the Video Toaster to aid proper syncing of the video. It was usually supplied with some software which was simply called TBC with the latest version being 4. The unit has 4 x BNC connectors which are Video In, Video Out, Timing In and Timing Out. The card also has a phone jack connector and an internal 4 pin header which are both serial connections. These serial connectors are designed to control up to 4 TBC's plus a vector scope wave monitor which are daisy-chained together. Apparently an external enclosure and controller was also available for this unit. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>MANUALS AND SOFTWARE CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET FOR FREE OR CHEAP

WORKING AMIGA 2000 VIDEO TOASTER CARD (NO SOFTWARE)

The NewTek Video Toaster is a combination of hardware and software for the editing and production of standard-definition NTSC and PAL video on personal computers. It comprises various tools for video switching, chroma keying, character generation, animation, and image manipulation. The Toaster was released as a commercial product in October 1990 for the Commodore Amiga 2000 computer system, taking advantage of the video-friendly aspects of that system's hardware to deliver the product at an unusually low cost ($1499). The hardware component was a full-sized card which went into the Amiga's unique single video expansion slot rather than the standard bus slots, and therefore could not be used with the A500 and A1000 models. The card had several BNC connectors in the rear, which accepted four video input sources and provided two outputs (preview and program). This initial generation system was essentially a real-time four-channel video switcher. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>MANUALS AND SOFTWARE CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET FOR FREE OR CHEAP

WORKING 8MB MEMORY CARD, 4MB FILLED
>>>>> SELF EXPLANATORY

WORKING SUPRA 2400 MODEM
>>>>> SELF EXPLANATORY


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Please send a message to endlesstide@msn.com if you have paypal and ready to buy this. Have a nice day.

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