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Re: Roland SCC-1 price

I sold one of my SC-55's last week (not MK2 though) for a, it seems, very decent 55 euros. Maybe that's actually a bit low but oh well, let others have a good deal too sometimes. :) This was without the PSU though. I think that's a very fair price, considering no PSU. Thanks for not being a ripoff …

Re: Roland SCC-1 price

SCC-1 seems to have dissapeared from marktplaats, and now an SC-55 Mk2 showed up for 250 euros! I guess the seller wants to have his investment for the SCC-1 returned since reason stated in the advert is: due to another soundcard the sc-55 mk2 is not needed anymore). :) I saw that one too! I don't …

Re: Roland SCC-1 price

To be honest I would never pay prices over approx. 100 euros for one. There is one for sale on the Dutch “marktplaats” and it’s just a bare card and price is already up to 375 euros. Rediculous in my opinion. Where do you find one of these for 100 euros? I bought mine for 200+ and I thought I got a …

Re: Roland SCC-1 price

Yep, spotted that one yesterday. It was only half that then but I already noped out. Easy for me to say though, if you (as I do) already have an SC-55(ST in my case), the added value of an SCC-1 is purely bragging rights. I have better things to spend that kind of money on. What do you drive the …

Re: Roland SCC-1 price

kixs wrote on 2021-07-21, 12:02: It's a newer version like SC-55mkII. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_SC-55#Roland_SCC-1 Yep I understand but why it commands such a higher price is still for me a bit of a mystery...

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

great setup, very clean looking and the sound must be real good. i like the little 'game assistant' lte5000, that's a good idea! Thanks very much! I am really happy with it. I found the case NOS, was really fun building a 90's PC again from scratch but with some upgrades that I could never have …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

My current rig, built primarily for point and click games but also capable of more demanding games. I have a P3 600MHz w/ Voodoo3 for later games that need more grunt, and for 3D games. Am586 133mhz w/ 16mb RAM S3 Trio 64V+ 2Mb PCICF2IDE adaptor & silent ATX PSU w/ converter to AT Yamaha YMF 719s …

Re: Hunting elusive EISA Video cards

blurks wrote on 2021-02-04, 19:31: And this is how a Graphics Ultra Pro (Mach32 EISA) including all the accessories looks like: […] Show full quote And this is how a Graphics Ultra Pro (Mach32 EISA) including all the accessories looks like: I wish I had that manual. There is a bank of dip switches …

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