PSG samples

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بواسطة anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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13-03-2004, 20:48

Michel?! WHOOAAAAAAA LOL!

Cool to see you here! Are you back, are you back, hey, hey? Tongue

بواسطة ms

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13-03-2004, 21:13

Hi GuyveR800. Well, back, I just found this forum and thought I might contribute something. Only use my MSX turbo R nowadays to play some games (Thexder is my favorite!). Recently sold my sony F700p, nms8245 and Toshiba 700 printer. Also sold my Philips MSX CD-rom player together with the original Philips MSX cds. Too bad, this prototype of the first CD-Rom player in the world (1982) would be a nice to have nowadays.

But, who are you actually ? I am quite bad in names, but might remember you.

بواسطة Manuel

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13-03-2004, 22:32

Also sold my Philips MSX CD-rom player together with the original Philips MSX cds. Too bad, this prototype of the first CD-Rom player in the world (1982) would be a nice to have nowadays.

Whoaah!! Any more information about that stuff?
Who has it now?
What were the product codes?
How did it work?
What was on the cd's?

ANyway, nice to see such a familiar name here. I remember talking to you on a Tilburg fair once... about PSG sampler of course Smile

بواسطة Vincent van Dam

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صورة Vincent van Dam

13-03-2004, 22:52

If you're interested I could provide you with the original disc, since I am the original author of the application. BUT, I need some time to figure out the copy-protection.

I seem to have a version without a copy protection, if you want it: vincentd kip.sateh.com.

بواسطة anonymous

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صورة anonymous

13-03-2004, 23:03

Also sold my Philips MSX CD-rom player together with the original Philips MSX cds. Too bad, this prototype of the first CD-Rom player in the world (1982) would be a nice to have nowadays.
O.o
What Quibus said, but then repeated ten times! Tongue
o.O
I hope you didn't sell it to some dumb collector...

The Philips CD-ROM prototype was just mentioned on #msxdev (@ irc.rizon.net) yesterday.

But, who are you actually ? I am quite bad in names, but might remember you.
I'm Patriek Lesparre, we talked a few times. I think you might've even logged in on TNI BBS. Smile

بواسطة Sonic_aka_T

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14-03-2004, 03:47

I'm Patriek Lesparre, we talked a few times. I think you might've even logged in on TNI BBS. Smile

I did a few times... Remember them marble pics? They ended up on FD29 Smile Never got round to making SS DejaVu tho... Too bad, even had basics of the RPG engine down... I remember logging in from time to time tho... I think there were like 7 users... Which I guess was more than the internet had in those days Wink

بواسطة ms

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14-03-2004, 10:33

About the CD player: It came with a SCSI/SASI interface (NMS 00xx) for MSX2 and a black no label SASI interface for MSX1. And a 43 cm CDRom player P1000X. On the bottom of the player it said "prototype". It came with usermanual which listed all SCSI commands and the following CDs:
- ALH Routeplanner Netherlands
- Philips MSX2 Demo disc:
- Philips Demo Disc (CD-Single)

The player itself was dated 1982, but I think the software is more recent, because of the MSX2 demo disc, which must be 1984 or later.

SASI seemed to be a predecessor of SCSI and was largely compatible.

The CD rom player had no audio output and supported data type cd-roms only (ISO9660 format).

I bought all stuff once from an ex-Philips employee

I sold it to an (ex-) employee of Sunrise Netherlands, but don't remember his name.

بواسطة anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

صورة anonymous

14-03-2004, 13:57

>>I'm Patriek Lesparre, we talked a few times. I think you might've even logged in on TNI BBS. Smile<<
*cut*
I remember logging in from time to time tho... I think there were like 7 users... Which I guess was more than the internet had in those days Wink

Yeah, I know... I recently found some old messages by you from the message boards Smile
Actually IIRC, TNI BBS had +/-100 visitors, but not all of them posted on the message boards ofcourse.

بواسطة Manuel

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صورة Manuel

14-03-2004, 14:46

About the CD player: It came with a SCSI/SASI interface (NMS 00xx) for MSX2

For the record: you don't remember the full product code?

- ALH Routeplanner Netherlands
- Philips MSX2 Demo disc:
- Philips Demo Disc (CD-Single)

So, what did this software do? The demo discs, I mean Smile
Did it work nicely?

I sold it to an (ex-) employee of Sunrise Netherlands, but don't remember his name.

Do you mean the Sunrise Foundation? The current Dutch members are Rob Hiep and Koen van Hartingsveld, AFAIK. When did you sell it? (Might help me to pinpoint the person...)
Other ex-Sunrise people: Kasper Souren, Stefan Boer, Rob Augusteijn (SHS), Tim Brugman (SHS) and there are many more related guys like Remco Schrijvers.
By the way: I don't know who of these people were actually part of Sunrise and when. It's just that one of them may be the person you sold that CD-ROM stuff to Smile

بواسطة ms

Rookie (20)

صورة ms

14-03-2004, 16:28

Have been digging in my MSX archive this afternoon. Found the following info on the CD player:

- "Philips CD-Rom Interface NMS 0210"
- CD Rom player: CDR-X 1000

The software was not very spectaculair, just the usual Philips demo's.
The ALH routeplanner was nice ! Netherlands map included, worked just like current alh.nl

I must say, I don't remember the name of this guy, but I know part of the deal was trading it in for a SCSI cd-rom drive with audio output.

I can make a scan of the black/white pictures I have from the interface and player ? Just let me know.

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