Picked up this THOMAS 2001 design based on the movie 2001 a Space Odyssey.
Can you play Daisy Bell on it??
Ohhhhhh I want one just for styling! Even a broken one where I would have to replace the entire inside with something else would do me. That thing looks awesome! Hope it sounds good too
It’s a lot of fun to run it through an Echo Rec and frequency analyzer. I blew up the main output power so just run out the headphone jack into my pedalboard and melt the shit out of it.
@ JUXTAPOZ74 – Have you got incredibly smal hands or is the remote stupidly large?
Had a coupl of Laser Disc players but never a working one.
@Frederik — So what are they? They look used?
Cheese is rice how much did that set you back? Aren’t those about €10 a piece?
That’s a lot of oscillators… bulk discount?
I have to admit I don’t have plans for all of them right now, but I don’t think you can have too many oscillators, can you?
I paid just under EUR 3.50 / each for that batch, from a source I’ve used before so should be fine. They look about as used as all other Alfa chips I’ve seen (but they could all be used, I guess )
Ha!! No I just found it and was marveling at how big the remote is. I pulled it out of a box of old computers…
Those Dell Ultra Sharp monitors make OK money on Ebay ( especially ones with Composit ) the Optiplex 7000’s do well too, even the older Optiplexes do OK. (in the UK anyway… )
I bought in bulk too. Who knows maybe I can shrink everything and make a poly synth.
nice I’m waiting for the Keystep Pro’s release
Yeah, me too! Probably trade in the old keystep while I’m at ir.
I’ve had this minimal oscilloscope and its acrylic case for weeks but didn’t have time to test it. Here it is displaying a sine wave from Bela’s audio line out.
These cheapo oscilloscopes are better than they are touted as. Are they the best? Hell no, but for this community’s purposes i think they are right on the money.
The question I asked myself was, what do I need this kind of instrument for? The fact is that I only need to capture a “polaroid” style snapshot of audio signals. This is well within the capabilities of a cheap microcontroller-based scope.