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Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:47 pm
by plumber
Looks like Analogica are trying to retire to the bahamas soonish!! £81.00 to upgrade ste to 4 meg :lol: - 16/32 systems offer same upgrade for bout £20 inc postage... and SM124 monitor £130 inc the dreaded (monitor not included)!!!!!

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:59 pm
by WoooW
Were to buy an Atari Workstation (ATW) ?

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:49 pm
by Desty
WoooW wrote:Were to buy an Atari Workstation (ATW) ?

Nowhere, I'd expect! :)

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Fri Sep 04, 2009 3:00 pm
by wongck
Desty wrote:
WoooW wrote:Were to buy an Atari Workstation (ATW) ?

Nowhere, I'd expect! :)

Atari Workstation would be a TT030? That's at ebay sometime.
ATW would be an Atari Transputer Workstation... and that no where.
Perhaps this forum, as an owner may want to sell it.

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:09 pm
by ST-Freakz
ST-Freakz
Based in the U.K.
Language: English
Secondhand machines, hardware, repairs service, E-Mail the site for info.
http://www.ST-Freakz.co.uk

Systems - Second hand and refurbished STF, STFM, STE.
Hardware - Monitors, mice, internal power supplies ,internal/external disk drives , NEW DMA cables, ST-VGA high res monitor adaptors, Falcon-SVGA monitor adaptors, custom IC chips and many parts
Software - HUGE amount of boxed games/some music software (Cubase/C LAB) - email for list.
Misc - E-Mail for details.
Servicing & Repairs - Available to mainland U.K.

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:46 pm
by RetroGamerUK
Hi ST-Freakz.
I've amended the main list as to your post here :wink:

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:50 pm
by RetroGamerUK
nativ wrote:Hi,

Just a quick addition!

http://www.analogic.co.uk/

Who used to advertise in the ST magazines are still selling bits and pieces, and possible do repairs!

Regards,


I had a quick look and although the main index lists Atari hardware sections when you click on any it appears to take you to an empty list.....

Re:

Posted: Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:31 pm
by matt
[ProToS] wrote:
PaulB wrote:This guy does spam the newsgroups a bit but he may have whole systems for sale.

http://www.keychange.co.uk/


the "spamer" on csa.st is not this one, it's Bravo Sierra Computers shop
http://www.aracnet.com/~atari/

I recently tried buying from this guy - what a nightmare! I emailed with three things I wanted from his list and asked for him to request the total plus shipping via PayPal. I got several very confusing emails back, suggesting lots of different things I didn't want and hadn't asked for. Finally, I got to the bottom of what he had in stock (not what is on his list) and asked to order that one item and mentioned PayPal again. At this point he said he didn't do PayPal. That was enough of that!

Contrast to that excellent, quick, polite and succinct communication and trading from ST Freakz (aka. atarifreakz on eBay). Very much recommended.

matt

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:55 am
by Indus
RetroGamerUK wrote:16/32 Systems OFFLINE
Gives an error message...
Based in the U.K.
Language: English.
"Currently merging with the Atari-Workshop".
http://www.1632-sales.zenwebhosting.com/acatalog/16_32_Catalogue_Atari_Catalogue_22.html
    Systems - No computers of this category in stock.
    Hardware - Small range of peripherals, SVGA , hard drive kits, memory, PeST.
    Software - STE -TT -Falcon games, large range of applications, educational, public domain, Atari CD ROMs.
    Misc - Books, manuals, magazines, blank disks.
    Servicing & Repairs - Not provided (yet?).

The URL of 16/32 systems seems to be http://sales1632.myzen.co.uk/acatalog/ and it's still alive.

Re:

Posted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:08 pm
by jkolak
RetroGamerUK wrote:Actually, I was wondering whether or not to ask Jens if he would do some brief descriptions of what is available (like the ones i have already done) but in German since the site is of little use to us non-Deutchers..

Or if it would be better to do a description in Engrish then could Jens or someone translate to English for me as I am not sure exactly what they have in stock


Actually Google Language Tools does a passable job of rendering German web sites.

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:09 pm
by RetroGamerUK
Cheers Indus and jkolak!
I've updated the front page :)

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 9:10 pm
by Nikolas
I both 2x 16mhz mc68hc00 cpus and receive air mail from this internet shop
http://www.buyicnow.com

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 11:02 pm
by RetroGamerUK
Hi Nikolas, so what do they sell there that's ST related? I'm no expert on I.C.s ...

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 7:59 am
by Nikolas
yes if you ppl need proccessor for ST or klick left side to klick processor then on right side klick wich famyly you want :)
cpus http://www.buyicnow.com/fincat.php?cat=295 or http://www.buyicnow.com/fincat.php?cat=286
from 68000 to 68060

they sell
math coprocessors
eproms, flash
logic chips, ext .-..

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 10:11 pm
by kristjanga
http://www.paskud.pl/service/service.html
plug and play IDE interface for all ST´s via cartridge port

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:08 pm
by BoNuS
kristjanga wrote:http://www.paskud.pl/service/service.html
plug and play IDE interface for all ST´s via cartridge port


Could be nice if my Polish was a bit better :) Can't read a thing...
If they want to sell things international then there should be atleast an
english version. Think there is a market for this, the old MFM drives all
fail in the end. SATA would even be better since that the new standard.

EDIT: Well Google translate gifs a bit of insight ;(

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:19 pm
by RetroGamerUK
Although I agree that providing an English site makes good business sense, I've added the site to the list anyway :wink:

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:38 pm
by Tronic
Hi all,

I have been buying and selling Atari ST software and hardware on Ebay for some time now and have decided to finally open my own online shop.

If you are looking for Atari ST hardware, software or accessories please visit:-

http://www.ataristsales.com

Paypal is used for secure checkout transactions. I am always adding new stock to the website.

The site is currently only accepting UK delivery, however, please email me if you see something you would like to buy. I will be adding postage options to other countries as soon as possible.

Thanks for looking,
John :)

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:12 am
by RetroGamerUK
I've added your site to the list Tronicofeffect :wink: let me know if I've missed something out :thumbs:

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:47 am
by Tronic
Thank you :) :cheers:

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:40 pm
by TheNameOfTheGame
Anyone know if these folks are still doing business?

Atari Service
Based in Poland. (I assume).
Languages: Polish.
http://www.paskud.pl/service/service.html

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 7:51 pm
by TheNameOfTheGame
I guess no one knows...pity. They have a good list of softwares.


TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Anyone know if these folks are still doing business?

Atari Service
Based in Poland. (I assume).
Languages: Polish.
http://www.paskud.pl/service/service.html

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 3:30 pm
by RetroGamerUK
I only just noticed your question TheNameOfTheGame, I have no idea if they are still in business, the site is still up..
Paskud, although a member here hasn't posted anything since 2007, I am assuming it's his site.
I've sent him a PM passing on your question, I'll give it a few weeks for a reply then let you know either way.

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2012 3:17 am
by TheNameOfTheGame
RetroGamerUK wrote:I only just noticed your question TheNameOfTheGame, I have no idea if they are still in business, the site is still up..
Paskud, although a member here hasn't posted anything since 2007, I am assuming it's his site.
I've sent him a PM passing on your question, I'll give it a few weeks for a reply then let you know either way.


Ok, thanks I emailed him too on the 23rd but have no response. It is maybe an email address he doesn't check often. I saw the website is still up but maybe it is an Internet ghost haha.

Re: WHERE TO BUY ST / FALCON / TT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:59 am
by elliot
I got loads of Atari hardware I should really sell (finding it hard to part with it). I have STFMs, STEs, MegaSTE, TT, Falcon (with CT60 thing) plus lots of additional hardware bits like a TT Graphics card (I forget what it is called, some 15 or 16 bit thing), a Falcon PCI Graphics card, a 286 Emulator board for Falcon, network cards, cartridges plus loads of stuff I forget now.

I have not seen it for years but I even had a special custom made heat sync that went over the Falcon DSP and its memory (they are different heights), it allowed me to clip on a peltier cooler and heat sync/fan. I had the DSP running at 50Mhz for hours with no crashes (I had to spray the surrounding area with silicon spray as I had a lot of condensation build up).

The falcon is also in a rack mount case, from memory it has an ATX PSU mounted in it and a SSD-IDE hard disk thing (i.e. sold state). I know it is really heavy now.

I also have a load of 68060 processors, they range in ability but I kind of lapped them up at the time. I think I have a couple of rear 68060 75Mhz chips (they are the cut down version without the FPU which is a shame) I think could easily be over clocked to 100Mhz and maybe more... If a bit of raw power is what you need then...

The TT is also overclocked with some board, I think it is 40, 48 or 50Mhz I can't remember. The TT also has German ROMs but I think I have some English ones somewhere. I have the max memory for this as well (is it 16Mb or 4 plus 16 I can't remember).

None of this equipment has been switched on for 10 years so... But if anyone is interested please let me know, I have come to realise that someone else would make better use of it all. I also have stacks of software, ask me I probably have it.

Elliot...