Atari TT early revision

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Re: Atari TT early revision

Postby bid » Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:19 am

Hi,

I have just got back from a 2 week holiday abroad, so I have some work to catch up with on my business.

I am looking forward to getting back into the swing of things as soon as I can, but 1st I must get on with some work!!

I am still interesting in finding out where to source the resistor packs, and also the screw specification for the TT Ram and ST Ram boards.

Additionally, I am interested in reading the original TT manual... Mainly just for retro geekyness. But I am unable to find a UK English version or PDF online, or one for sale at a reasonable price.

Look out for me soon on the other threads, and I will hopefully be active very soon!! 8) Cheers for now!!
Atari 520STe (4MB) from new (",), Atari Mega ST4 (given by customer), Atari Mega STe broken motherboard (with chips missing) and Atari TT030 (2MB now partly working, + some bits I am going to add soon)
Also, see my new blog about my Atari TT Adventures http://atari-bid.blogspot.com/ my company website http://www.thebigconsultant.com
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Re: Atari TT early revision

Postby Shredder11 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:36 pm

Hope you had a good holiday! I guess you have already seen this, but there is a TT manual on Ebay USA for approx £15 + £8 P&P.

Ebay auction number: 140595046655
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Re: Atari TT early revision

Postby bid » Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:23 pm

Hi, yes I had a great holiday thanks!

Yeah, I did see this... but I am really tight when it comes to Atari things (I always have been!!), so there is no way I am going to pay £15 for a 2nd hand manual, that I will probably read just one or twice. I mainly am interested in these products, as I am a product designer, and I think as a kid, these things inspired me to wonder 'how things worked"'.

Seems odd that there is no scanned UK manual online. The TT is a very useful, under-rated, expandable and powerful machine. I would like to learn as much about it as possible. Cheers for now, I have a medical product that I should be designing!!! :D
Atari 520STe (4MB) from new (",), Atari Mega ST4 (given by customer), Atari Mega STe broken motherboard (with chips missing) and Atari TT030 (2MB now partly working, + some bits I am going to add soon)
Also, see my new blog about my Atari TT Adventures http://atari-bid.blogspot.com/ my company website http://www.thebigconsultant.com
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