FS: Music module, MK-SCSI, FDD interface, FDD test cartridge

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By [D-Tail]

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13-08-2009, 02:16

For sale:

Philips Music Module, complete with box, tape and manual.
Philips Floppy Disk Drive Interface. Serial number: FF005.
Philips Floppy Disk Drive Test. Label states: For Philips MSX Computers. No serial number.

If interested, contact me by viewing my profile (click the bold '[D-Tail]' to the left).

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By ro

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13-08-2009, 08:23

u a dollar short, D?

By [D-Tail]

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13-08-2009, 10:48

Nope, but I am in excess of several items. Cleaning and redecorating at the moment, so I figured this would be a great time to do this Wink

By _Nikanor_

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13-08-2009, 17:44

Contact me please at nikanor9(a)gmail.com about Music Module and MSX SCSI.

By [D-Tail]

Ascended (8259)

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14-08-2009, 02:51

Music Module - SOLD
FDD Interface - SOLD
MK-SCSI - Still available, but could be gone soon

By mohai

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14-08-2009, 13:12

Who did buy FDD test cart?

I have an 8245 with a -slightly- faulty drive controller and this cart would be very usefull (any dump?)

By the way, with this cart there should be a Test Floppy also, as service manuals say.

By SaebaMSX

Hero (533)

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14-08-2009, 13:47

Ivan, I bought it and I can do whatever you need (it includes dumping, sending the cart, etc) with it. Contact me at my_mrc_user at gmail.com

By [D-Tail]

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14-08-2009, 19:07

mohai: I don't remember exactly the time when I received the cartridge. For sure there weren't any disks with it. Probably you can find them somewhere on the internets. I don't have disks going with the SCSI either.

By Repair-Bas

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14-08-2009, 19:49

I have one here sealed in box.
It came with an original ease disk

By HansO

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14-08-2009, 20:57

. I don't have disks going with the SCSI either.

For SCSI: http://msx.retro8bits.com/msxscsi.html The MK SCSI is like the HSH/Sparrowsoft/MAK/early Gouda.

Burn a Novaxis EPROM for it!

By [D-Tail]

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19-08-2009, 13:01

MK-SCSI is still for sale...

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