I put things on ebay before realizing you guys should be a better audience. I got this big lot a few months ago, and I am selling what I don't need.
I have some Apple II boards, many cards (nsynth, serial, cpm, etc...)
here is an example of what I have:
Just look for my other items to see the rest
I'll be happy to work out a deal for forum members, we can share whatever ebay/paypal fees would be. I will also add some unsold items to the package for free.
I still have a RGB monitor, it works great, and have a nice yellow tan. If somebody is interested, we make an offer.
I also have a AIIplus clone in bad shape, and a few drives also in bad shape. Free for whoever wants to pay shipping (or pick them up in Seattle)
Im somewhat interested in the Innova GMB ... if you can source the software
Innova GMB ad
That CP/M card - anyone know if it would work in a IIgs? My gut says yes, but then again..
Thanks for the ad link.
I don't have the software, sadly
Its a 6mhz 64k Appli Card and can be expanded to over 128k. I think it will work in the 2gs since even the normal Z80 cards work.
Thanks. That's what I am thinking. Cool - keeping my eye on it.
I'm your bidder on the Innova Sound Card.
I don't have any software for it, but that is what the internet is for...research.
I owe you for some chips you sent me a year or so ago, Steven. Shipping will be free for you .
LOL Don't you worry about that.
Besides...I have to do my part in sustaining the USPS.
you should have said earlier. I wouldn't have thrown my money at the auction
BTW: Some Software is included in the cards rom. The card has to be used in slot 2 for it to work.
Im interested in what lies under the black (most likely potted) area ...
I have successfully un-'potted' several Apple ii and PC cards. Sometimes there are only resistors and some simple TTL there, sometimes the manufacturers use air-wires and such to make un-potting risky or impossible.
The card is on its way to Steven's
Hope it works and it gets good use
Marc and Jonas,
When it gets here I'll probably place it in the "Central Scrutinizer"
(That's my unofficial name for the work bench and magnifier)
for a couple of days to see what's going on.
Then I will probably place it carefully away
and add it to the ever growing list of projects
that seems to be getting larger every day.
There's one thing about it though...
I will find out how it operates.
Very excited to get that CP/M card. Thanks!
Speaking of CP/M - I think your Unitron card is another CP/M card. The NEC D780 is a Z80 chip, I think.