greetings from germany, old Amiga User :D

AMIGO2000Micha

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I had the Amiga500 myself in 1987.
Since around 2015 I have rediscovered my old love for the Amiga1000.
Today I have A500, A600, A1000, A1200, A2000 myself
The Amiga3000 currently remains a dream.
It's wonderful that more new hardware is being developed these days.
The user meetings every year are also a lot of fun with other users
Nowadays I'm currently testing the video output via the RGB2HDMI Raspi adapter on the Amiga 2000.
Thanks Mikel
 

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Welcome to Amibay!
 

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Welcome and happy new year! I had an A500 and then an A1500 back in the late 80's and early 90's.

Before that, I had a BBC Micro Model B and a C64.

Regarding interoperability, I connected the Beeb to my Amiga via serial cable for file sharing.

Who would have thought that so many years later, the grandchildren of the Acorn machine would play such a big part in the Amiga community :)
 

AMIGO2000Micha

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Wow... I didn't know a real owner of an A1500 until today, I had found also the A2500 to be very "exotic".
There is also the great historical story that the NASA used Amiga computers. :)
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(and the A1200 in India for television production) :D

YES,. I also always worked with computers and data modems.
(also first with C64 and 300baud), then on the Amiga 2400,9600,19200... and then faster on the PC from 1993.

It was a great time and I still enjoy hearing the carrier signal tone from a 300 baud terminal :D

Have fun
 
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