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Par Abi

Hero (600)

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01-10-2004, 20:45

cool, i wil buy another CF to get some EVA movies too Wink

Par [D-Tail]

Ascended (8259)

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02-10-2004, 02:48

I'll say you this: buy a normal ATA-IDE, or a MEGA-SCSI for all that matters, 'cos a flash card is too small to record all your EVA recordings Wink I usually burn an EVA set to CD.

Par NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5943)

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02-10-2004, 10:12

Yes, CD is also easy option as you don't have to worry about fragments.

a bit offtopic, but I usually use this most exellent free movie to show, MSX power to my non MSX oriented friends. :-)

http://www.starwreck.com/oldies/sw5.php

Par spl

Paragon (1470)

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02-10-2004, 11:35

What MSX do you need minimun to play EVA files?

Yours,

Par Abi

Hero (600)

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02-10-2004, 13:59

ok i have als a SCSI interface for Turbo-R (MSX club Gouda) and a external SCSI CD-Rom.
I only need a cable to connect both, does any of you now where i can get that cable?

Par anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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02-10-2004, 14:41

Your SCSI CD-ROM could be fitted with several SCSI connections... There's quite a lot of them for external devices...

If you ask me, the easiest would be to open the SCSI CD-ROM (well, the housing at least), and get rid of the external connector, if you can... Don't break too much tho ^^; Inside the housing, the CD-ROM uses a normal 50-pin cable like you use for SCSI harddisks.

You can also ask someone (maybe your local PC shop will do it) to make you an internal-to-external SCSI cable, but you will need to show them your SCSI drive's connector.

Since SCSI rules, you can get a reasonably long cable (mine is 4 meters ^^; ) and press in connectors at different places later.

Par Abi

Hero (600)

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02-10-2004, 15:34

thx, i did not come to that idea to open the case!
Stupid me......

Par [D-Tail]

Ascended (8259)

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03-10-2004, 00:54

What MSX do you need minimun to play EVA files?

Yours,

  • MSX2 with V9990 and OPL1 (MSX-Audio w/ Sample RAM), (which doesn't work at all with files on CD-ROM) - V9EVAIDE.COM
  • MSX2+ with OPL1 (which DOES work with files on CD-ROM - EVAIDE.COM
  • MSX Turbo R (which uses PCM for sound, and V9958 for display), (which DOES work with files on CD-ROM) - EVAIDE.COM

All these systems use a Sunrise ATA-IDE. It should as well work with MEGA-SCSI (*only* MEGA-SCSI), but since I don't own any SCSI-interface, I can't really tell...

Par snout

Ascended (15187)

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11-11-2004, 11:09

Legacy, you never told us what you thought of the EVA demo-ing at Bussum 2k4! Smile

Par scratch_disk

Expert (72)

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20-02-2006, 10:50

Well, after almost a year of hibernation, I brought my MSX back to life. I equipped my MSX tR with hard disk and CD-ROM (all this is in fact for sake of playing eva files). But the experience was not that astounding, becouse despite video goes smoothly, the audio jitters. I play eva files from a 24X CD-ROM. Any clue to get rid of that annoying jitters?
Thanks

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