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    OKiez, since Nathan is too lazy to post here (sorry Nathan, but it had be said ) I thought I would do the Amibay community a service by letting you guys know about some great new products he now has available.

    I AM NOT SELLING THESE ITEMS. If you are interested, please visit the AmigaManiacs website and email Nathan for a price including postage.

    MC68010s both DIP and plcc - $15.00 each.

    PC Floppy adapters - use ANY pc floppy drive in your miggy. These are great! A very well designed tiny pcb which plugs into the back of any 3.5" floppy drive and then takes the ribbon and power connectors from the Amiga. Have been using one now (the first one made! ) for several months - works with ALL disks etc, custom boot blocks etc etc. Not sure of the price on these but I believe its around $20.00 each.

    PSX Joypad adapters. Yes, the programmable ones made by Paul in the UK. Paul has given Nathan permission (and the code for the eproms) to make these. Use a standard psx joypad as an Amiga joypad, CD32 (all buttons work), Atari ST, C64, Sega MS, Sega MD, Atari 2600 etc etc. Programmable, buttons can be assigned, auto fire etc etc. I have a couple of these and they absolutely rock.

    Programmable OSC! 14 pin and 9. These are a tiny pcb that replaced the clock crystal on your Amiga cpu card and can be adjusted infinitely! So if you have ever looked for a 64.5Mhz crystal (for example) and come up trumps, this is for you. Speed can be adjusted between 1mhz and (from memory) 500mhz. Increments can be as little as .1mhz, so the max stable overclock can be set. I have one on the way atm. Will post results when I get to try it out. Again, email Nathan for prices.

    Anywho, he has been meaning to put these up on his website (and mention them on Amibay) for months now.... so I did it for him.

    He makes a lot of other trendy Amiga gizmos (and is presently working on more).

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    That is for playstation first type joypads?
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    Works on original PSX, PSX dual shock and PS2 dual shock pads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraXXious View Post
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    Anywho, he has been meaning to put these up on his website (and mention them on Amibay) for months now.... so I did it for him.
    how are you mate?

    did you update the website for him or mentioning it here on AMIbay?
    i just visited his website and cant find listings for the PSX adaptors

    maybe i am using a wrong website?


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    He makes a lot of other trendy Amiga gizmos (and is presently working on more).
    any other Amiga gizmos he makes that are not listed on his website but my old age stops me from thinking of any?

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    Hey there buddy!

    Lol, no Im not going to rewrite his website for him - he has not listed them on his website yet, but if you email him from his website he will give you proces and postage estimate.

    All the best.

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    thank you heaps.

    i shall do so shortly, i knew amigamaniac was in process of developing the PSX adapters but his website never listed them and since i wanted to purchase few things from him at the same time... i waited

    great news...

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    No probs mate, enjoy.

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    MC68010sand floppy adapters.. trying to find them on his site. Do you know what heading they would be under?

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    Hey there lurch. Sorry, I should have explained better. Nathan has been too busy (read - lazy ) to update his website. These items are not yet listed on his website, and by the time he gets around to listing them, they will probably be sold out.

    They ARE available though (I have some of them myself), so if you are interested in any of them please email Nathan via his website. He will then give you up to date pricing including postage.

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    Thanks, have dropped him an email. Fingers crossed

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