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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeModifed View Post
    I'm using a XIRCOM parallel Ethernet adapter (parallel 2 on the multi i/o card) to put the HX on my network and using Mike Brutman's mTCP suite on the HX for Telnet via the internet and file transfer to/from my desk top which uses Filezilla for file transfer. Two-button Tandy mouse using a serial port on the multi i/o. Tandy MMS-10 for sound.

    Your adapters work perfectly! Thank you.

    Mike
    Neat! I'd never thought of trying that.

    Hey I'm pumped that I could help renew ppl's love of the Compact 1000's, they are such great little machines and had been largely ignored due to the PLUS expansion making upgrades difficult.
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Mac's: SE, LC630 & Beige G3
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    FS: Brand New Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by dJOS View Post
    Neat! I'd never thought of trying that.
    Something I picked up from Mike B. and the PCjr crowd.

    Mike

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    Here's the pride of my TRS-80 collection, a 6000HD with original internal and external 15MB drives, running Xenix 3.2.0. I coauthored a Xenix BBS on one of these back in '86.

    6000HD.jpg

    The rest of my TRS-80 collection is here:

    http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/Tandy/


    Mike L.
    http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/
    Last edited by mloewen; April 14th, 2018 at 08:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mloewen View Post
    Here's the pride of my TRS-80 collection, a 6000HD with original internal and external 15MB drives, running Xenix 3.2.0. I coauthored a Xenix BBS on one of these back in '86.

    6000HD.jpg

    The rest of my TRS-80 collection is here:

    http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/Tandy/


    Mike L.
    http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/
    Wow! Nice set-up, I can't imagine what that would have cost back in the day! I do love the classic Unix systems.
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Mac's: SE, LC630 & Beige G3
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    FS: Brand New Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mloewen View Post
    Here's the pride of my TRS-80 collection, a 6000HD with original internal and external 15MB drives, running Xenix 3.2.0. I coauthored a Xenix BBS on one of these back in '86.

    6000HD.jpg
    Nothing stirs my soul more than a working 6000 XENIX system. Beautiful!

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    Here's my Tandy 1000, which unfortunately is still lacking a keyboard...

    https://i.imgur.com/HJU8abn.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsvince725 View Post
    Here's my Tandy 1000, which unfortunately is still lacking a keyboard...

    https://i.imgur.com/HJU8abn.jpg
    I'm still a little surprised nobody's developed a Tandy 1000 to XT/AT/whatever adapter, considering those adapters already exist and a few people have them...

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    Tandy 1400 that will be sold on E-Bay (once I get the PSU working)
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrahamstechnology View Post
    Tandy 1400 that will be sold on E-Bay (once I get the PSU working)
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    Nice little machine! Any reason for selling?
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Mac's: SE, LC630 & Beige G3
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    FS: Brand New Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by dJOS View Post
    Nice little machine! Any reason for selling?
    I have another T1400 in worse condition, I plan to do some mods on that one, and maybe use it as my personal DOS machine, but I wanted to keep one in as original condition as possible (Except for the old, leaky PSU caps, lol) for a collector perhaps.

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