Development, round II

From: Cliff Gregory <>
Date: Tue Jan 27 17:29:43 1998

That's good to know, Tony. I think I have one or two TRS-80 cables around
here somewhere. It would be nice if a Tandy cassette player would also
work; I think I have one of those here as well. I've put a couple of
feelers out there looking for an IBM variety.

Cliff Gregory

-----Original Message-----
From: <>
To: Cgregory <Cgregory>
Date: Tuesday, January 27, 1998 7:20 PM
Subject: Re: Development, round II

>> I've never seen an IBM cassette drive; fact is I've never seen a 5150
>> without at least one disk drive. The 5150 does boot to cassette BASIC if
>> boot disk is present. Now my curiousity is piqued. I'm going to have to
>> find a cassette player and interface cable somewhere.
>AFAIK the IBM 5150 PC cassette cable is the same as the cable used to
>link a cassette recorder to a TRS-80. That should make it quite easy to
>find - I have a couple here (which I need to hang on to).
>It wouldn't be hard to solder one up, well, apart from soldering those
>infernal DIN plugs.
Received on Tue Jan 27 1998 - 17:29:43 GMT

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