MSX computers for sale

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Por Hydlide

Master (171)

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26-08-2004, 20:55

Well, cleaning out surplus stuff from my "collection".

I have:
- Philips NMS 8250 MSX2, 7MHz modification, 1 FDD
- Mitsubishi MLF-80 MSX1, UK edition (220V, UK powerplug, easily changed), this is a rather rare computer
- Sanyo Wavy PHC-35J MSX2+, complete looks as new, in box with manuals. Japanese edition (220V, japanese powerplug), quit4e rare as well

and last, but certainly not least:
- Pioneer Palcom PX-7 MSX1, computer+keyboard, again japanese edition, looks very clean, apart from the dust Smile

I ask:
- Philips: 25 euro
- Mitsubishi: 45 euro
- Sanyo: 65 euro
- Pioneer: 95 euro

I need to take pictures, but if anyone is interested, contact me.

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Por Jazzy

Champion (471)

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26-08-2004, 23:35

- Mitsubishi MLF-80 MSX1, UK edition (220V, UK powerplug, easily changed), this is a rather rare computer
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- Mitsubishi: 45 euro
Not that rare: http://www.marktplaats.nl/markt/hardware/diversen/48210.htm and http://www.marktplaats.nl/markt/hardware/atari/6837.htm

Sorry.

Por Hydlide

Master (171)

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27-08-2004, 08:16

well, if that is the case (I thought it was not very common), the price drops eh.
I ask 25 euro for it then.

Por Sama

Ambassador (2061)

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27-08-2004, 08:31

Aren't you supposed to say now that those are the first other Mitsubishi MLF-80 computers you see? Tongue

Por Henk

Expert (107)

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27-08-2004, 09:27

It can still be rare...
Maybe these 3 all the only ones still around Wink

Por lemonhe4d

Supporter (4)

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27-08-2004, 09:31

---- Sanyo Wavy PHC-35J MSX2+, complete looks as new, in box with manuals. Japanese edition (220V, japanese powerplug) ----

Don't have Japanese 110V?

Por Hydlide

Master (171)

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27-08-2004, 16:08

@lemonhe4d: no, japan uses 220V, US has 110V

Por Vincent van Dam

Hero (513)

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27-08-2004, 16:20

Why do I need to use a step-down converter for my A1WSX then? I am possitive the voltage in Japan is 110V. I am not sure if the plug is the same as the plug they use in America though (but I think it is).

Por Sonic_aka_T

Enlighted (4130)

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27-08-2004, 18:04

yeah, it differs very little. In any event, you can use a japanese plug in a US socket and probably vice versa...

Por Hydlide

Master (171)

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27-08-2004, 18:13

You're all right, I misread. actually, I wrote the 220V down at the wrong place on my little piece of paper when I checked the computers, and of course, I didn't check when I put down this post.. It _is_ indeed 110/125V (that's what it says on the back..) with a US/japanese 2 pin powerplug.

Por Hydlide

Master (171)

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27-08-2004, 18:59

here is the revised list:
- Philips: europe 220V plug: 25 euro
- Mitsubishi: UK 220V plug: 25 euro
- Sanyo: japanese 110/125V : 65 euro
- Pioneer: european 3-pin plug 220V (smaller than UK, but same layout, no idea which country this is): 90 euro

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