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Thread: Mits Altair 88-2SIO Serial Input/Output Board for Sale or Reproduction?

  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by stillwell View Post
    Thanks leiy, I will watch for your listing!
    Hi, I have uploaded SSM IO4

    You can view it here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/191703100408?

    I have already modified the board as a MITS 88-2 SIO according to tkc8800.com, and tested on Heathkit H19 terminal. But in my ADM-3A terminal, some key response error character on screen, I don't know what cause the the error.
    Last edited by leiy; September 28th, 2015 at 07:47 AM.
    www.worldcommunitygrid.org (World Community Grid: a scientific research projects)
    Altair 8800,1974, one of 1st made, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=229
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221148A, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=202
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221876K, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=77 most detailed photos
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  2. #12

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    thanks leiy, purchased!

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    Ok, Thank you, I see. There also has one cable, and SSM IO-4 manual. I will ship out with the board.
    www.worldcommunitygrid.org (World Community Grid: a scientific research projects)
    Altair 8800,1974, one of 1st made, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=229
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221148A, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=202
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221876K, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=77 most detailed photos
    Here's Altair 8800 rev.0 survivors list for reference: http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=144

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    Please let me know whether It can work smooth with your ADM 3A terminal after you receive the board.

    Thank you.
    www.worldcommunitygrid.org (World Community Grid: a scientific research projects)
    Altair 8800,1974, one of 1st made, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=229
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221148A, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=202
    Altair 8800 rev.0 SN221876K, http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=77 most detailed photos
    Here's Altair 8800 rev.0 survivors list for reference: http://www.vintage-computer.net/?p=144

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    Quote Originally Posted by stillwell View Post
    Thanks tkc8800! I spent quite a bit of time on your site over the last few weeks while debugging issues with my 8800's. Thanks for that. If I get my hands on one of those Solid State Music IO4's I will use your configuration.
    Glad you found that info useful. I've got lots more content to put up on that site, it's motivating to know that people are reading it.
    My collection: http://tkc8800.com

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    Were you able to find a 88-2SIO in your collection?

    Quote Originally Posted by billdeg View Post
    I will post one tomorrow. I need to look through and see what I have. It would be 1976 version, not 1975 but functionally the same.

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