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Date: Sun Feb 27 13:22:22 2005

I would imagine that the connector was one of those round RGB connectors like the Atari 8-bits. But that's a guess.

BTW: Any other Australians here. Particularly one that might be interested in a works-but-no-hard-drive Silicon Graphics Personal Iris. I was going to use it for a PC case mod, but too much of it still works.

Chris J.

> Speaking of Tandy 1000s... I recently picked up a Australian Tandy
> 1000EX.
> A strange machine, keyboard and PC all in one unit. It also came with
> the
> original monitor and printer, though some clever person had cut off
> the
> monitor cables - nearly finished repairing that. I wonder how common
> those
> are. If anyone has the colour codes for the monitor plug/cable,
> please let
> me know! In fact, even knowing if the 1000EX used standard CGA would
> be a
> good start.
> Also concerning odd machines - anyone ever seen a Spectravideo
> SVI-808 PC?
> There was a SVI-808 modem as well, apparently, lots of confusion
> there.
> Mike.
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