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LamptonWorm wrote:

Current setup, Amiga 600 with a portable screen. Internal HDD, PCMCIA CF, with 1MB Chip RAM upgrade. Running Octamed V4 and MasterSound.

Cheers,
LW.

So gel mang.
I just got a PAL a1200 yesterday, can't use it yet though. Need to either get another psu or get a converter.
You think you could link me to that screen? I'm really looking to get one as well.

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So gel mang.
I just got a PAL a1200 yesterday, can't use it yet though. Need to either get another psu or get a converter.
You think you could link me to that screen? I'm really looking to get one as well.

Sure, it's a Nikkai "Portable 7" DVB-T/Analogue TV and Digital Photo Frame" code A00JQ, like the one here, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nikkai-A00JQ- … 1219681265

I got it from Maplin, they are cheaper than going for the newer models that have digital TV in 'em, these older ones are analogue only. I've also used it with my C64. The display isn't great but it's good enough, plus it perches nicely on top of the A600/C64 case.

Nearly went for A1200 myself but I'm super tight on space atm.

Cheers,
LW.

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-GBA SP with nanoloop 2.7
-2 x modded GBC with LSDJ
-Mutable Instruments Ambika
-Sonic Potions LXR
-iPad mini
-Behringer FCA1616 interface
-C64 with SID2SID (not in the photo)

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scannerboy wrote:

-GBA SP with nanoloop 2.7
-2 x modded GBC with LSDJ
-Mutable Instruments Ambika
-Sonic Potions LXR
-iPad mini
-Behringer FCA1616 interface
-C64 with SID2SID (not in the photo)

EW beats

everything else is p cool though

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Dire Hit wrote:

EW beats

everything else is p cool though

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Poland, Gdansk

Guys, these are just headphones and aren't even that bad wink

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scannerboy wrote:

Guys, these are just headphones and aren't even that bad wink

Factually incorrect.

Could be worse though I suppose. tongue

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I beg to differ. They are that bad

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edit: haha ya beat me to it, iNFO

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Poland, Gdansk

Does it refer to the pro model? But yeah I can't argue that they are bass heavy wink

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My setup for nanoloop (2.7) live programming w/ gba visuals that I made. smile
Both running on a Gamecube w/ Gameboy Player.

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Nice!

I wish nanoloop one worked with super game boy...

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Matthew Joseph Payne

that is yes very good

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Very curious about how you went about making GBA visuals. Care to steer me towards any of the resources you used? I haven't looked into anything ARM for years.

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rygD wrote:

Nice!

I wish nanoloop one worked with super game boy...

it does!
flash it with the scrolling logo ROM! http://www.nanoloop.com/midi/one.html
may be out of tune because of slightly different clock speed, but it looks nice smile

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Thanks for that.  I just found out about this earlier today.  Now I need the adaptor.  Actually, I have needed/wanted one for a long time, but figured I would pick up another cart with it, and never did it.

None of my stuff is in tune, but thanks for the heads up.

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thebitman wrote:

Very curious about how you went about making GBA visuals. Care to steer me towards any of the resources you used? I haven't looked into anything ARM for years.

I would recommend reading this:
http://www.coranac.com/tonc/text/toc.htm

I'm using devkitpro with his own tonclib.