Linuxbuilders wrote:Hunt on ebay, they are rare and go for $400-500 usd. Some are for more or less. I have got one on the table, when I fix it it will go for sale but it will be expensive because it gets most of chips new and will be moded. It is nice piece of equipment but u must be a real freak like me to pay $1000 for 2 boxes and another $1000 for modes and parts. Expensive love but still cheaper than a real woman
BoNuS wrote:Why a Falcon, wanna program or Midi / music ? At the moment they are really rare on Ebay which
pushes the price even further esp. if there are nice usefull options or extra's added...
(Finally the 300 post l )
Shredder11 wrote:There have been quite a lot of Falcon 030 machines on Ebay in the past year, so you should find one fairly soon with a bit of luck. However even a stock model with 4MB RAM and a small hard drive will cost £200 upwards, probably nearer £300. I paid £290 and £310 approx for my two 4MB and 14MB models but one came with a rare Matrix ScreenEYE video capture board and the other with Steinberg FA-8 and FDI audio expansion hardware. Recently those two Steinberg interfaces sold collectively for more than £100 on their own! Soon after receiving my Falcons, I sold a few bits and pieces and that helped to reduce the price of the Falcons for me, so I would look out for Falcons bundled with lots of added extras.
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