WTS: A few Yamaha MSX2 YIS503IIIR

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Par Alexey

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24-09-2019, 15:17

One of my friends has a few Yamaha MSX2s for sale. Those machines were used in Russia for educational purposes. Used, but good condition, everything works. The machines come with the MIDI-based network module in the side slot.

The price is 220 Euro including the shipment to EU and this is a very good deal! For other regions please ask for the shipping price quote here.

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Par sdsnatcher73

Paladin (667)

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24-09-2019, 18:33

Tempting...

Par uberjack

Master (218)

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24-09-2019, 18:54

I learned to program on one of these. I'd've loved to get one - if it was NTSC

Par o.geerdink

Hero (543)

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24-09-2019, 19:08

Just type vdp(10)=0

Par Alexey

Guardian (2464)

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25-09-2019, 10:40

It outputs NTSC. At least my Asus monitor detects NTSC when I connect it with RGB-SCART cable. The composite video is black and white. But we designed the video board that can generate color PAL or NTSC to S-Video and composite video outputs. This board is an opensource project and can be found in our repository. The computers have the original internals.

Par uberjack

Master (218)

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24-09-2019, 19:51

Can it run off 110V, or does it require a converter?

Par Pencioner

Paladin (998)

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24-09-2019, 20:43

IIRC, that PSU can handle either 220 V or 100 V - you just have to connect input differently

Par Alexey

Guardian (2464)

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08-10-2019, 13:44

The machines are still available.

Par Alexey

Guardian (2464)

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10-10-2019, 10:17

Only 3 computers left in stock. Those are quite nice and rare machines and the price is quite nice for MSX2. The price includes shipment from Russia to EU. To US and Australia add 50$.

Par msxtrd

Master (209)

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11-10-2019, 15:37

Par Pencioner

Paladin (998)

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11-10-2019, 16:56

Oh, man, thanks for that youtube link Big smile It was so fun to watch that old soviet KYBT trailer Smile

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