OSI repository (was Re: Ohio Scientific Challenger 4P/MF)

From: Dave <dfnr2_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sun Aug 1 21:53:11 2004

Hi Bill,

Sorry about that. It's http://osiweb.org/osiweb.
Thanks for the reminder :-)

I've also posted to the list. Photographing the
SAMS's page is a good idea. I was going to see if
Kinko's has some way of scanning those fold-outs. If
you have any scans or other goodies, I'd love to
include them. There's also a forum area which (I
believe) allows attachment of smaller files.

--- Bill Sudbrink <wh.sudbrink_at_verizon.net> wrote:

> > I think others here have already told you that the
> top
> > phono jack should be composite out. I have just
> put
> > up a crude web repository with the OSI stuff I've
> > managed to scan or cull from the web. A couple of
> > versions of the C4P user's manual are there.
> Uh, URL? I've googled a couple of different ways
> and
> don't seem to see you site.
> > I will try to scan my SAM'S manuals in the near
> future, as
> > well as several OSI-related journals issues and
> > articles.
> Yea, I have tons of OSI stuff I want to scan and put
> up. The
> SAM'S are a bear because of the fold-out pages.
> I've messed
> around with trying to just lay them out and
> photograph them
> with a digital camera. The results are unusable so
> far.

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