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Announcement   Announcement : Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
   posted by realize on 22-May-2004 2:11:10 (2210 reads)
Magnetic Systems, a NYC Amiga Dealership for over 10 years presents Amiga and Video Toaster Special Deals for the Month of May!

We provide Service, Repair, and Replacement parts for Amigas and Video Toaster units!! Quick Turnaround and Very Reasonable pricing!

See www.magneticsystemsnyc.com for more info and pricelists


Top Deals!

1. Quickpak Amiga Technologies Amiga 4000 Tower 040@25, 2gb HD, AGA, SCSI 2 Fast and IDE on board, 5 Zorro 2/3 slots, 2 video slots, 3.1 Roms, keyboard, mouse, manuals and software installed

$500

2. New! GVP G-Loc Genlock/Audio + Visual Mixer - New in Box with SVideo capability allows you to overlay your Amiga Graphics with Live and Recorded Video and DVD. Great with Scala $200


3. Amiga 4000 Video Toaster Unit with 4.2 Software installed and TBC. High End Broadcast Quality Switching/CG Complete and In Great shape! $700

4. Phase 5 Cyberstorm PPC board w/ 128mb 32bit RAM, UWSCSI Cable, 18gb UWSCSI Seagate Baracuda Drive and Terminator: $850

5. Commodore Amiga 1200 in original box with 230mb Toshiba HD with tons of software installed and GVP DSS8+ soundsampler, PSU, mouse, and more $250

6. Ariadne 1 Network/Ethernet card with 10base2 and RJ45 jacks, and extra Parallel port - Great for DSL/Cable modem with software! $90

7. Commodore A2065 Ethernet Card for any model Amiga with software $80

8. Y/C Plus YCP 100 Svideo adaptor board for Video Toaster. Gives your Toaster or Toaster/Flyer Y/C In and Out! With Farajouda Labs Comb Filter: $300

9. Amiga 500 Computer with Joystick, Games, and 2.04 Roms: $100

10. Video Toaster 4.2 Software CD full version $100

11. Amiga 4000 Desktop computer 040/HD/kybrd/mouse $350

12. Amilink A/B Roll setup for Video Toaster $50

13. Commodore 1942 Amiga Monitor for A1200/A4000 $100

and much more!


** Amiga 1 Special Deal ****

LSI Logic (Symbios 895) PCI UWSCSI Card up to 80mb/s! $50 (Works with OS4 and Linux)

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Also, Will Configure Amiga 1 computers with Linux and Mac On Linux. Will do Amiga 1 service/upgrades

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If you dont see it just call or email please, chances are we have it or can get it Fast. Go to the site for more information and thanks for your attention!
    

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Bodie_CI5 
Re: Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
Posted on 22-May-2004 12:46:59
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Hello realize. Do you stock any CPU cards for the A4000? How much does say, an 040 go for? I'll be needing one soon.

Cheers


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Re: Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
Posted on 22-May-2004 20:34:13
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I'm intested in the SCSI card.

"LSI Logic (Symbios 895) PCI UWSCSI Card up to 80mb/s! $50 (Works with OS4 and Linux)"

But can you tell me how you can verify that this card currently works on OS4? I would be interested to know.


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Re: Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
Posted on 22-May-2004 22:37:28
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Hi Nerp

I cannot verify it works. According to the OS4 spec sheet the Symbios series should work. Its what the Cyberstorm PPC card was based on. As soon as OS4 pre release arrives in NYC I will test it!



@ Bodie A3640 cards we sell for $100.

Thanks guys

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Re: Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
Posted on 23-May-2004 4:11:32
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That card SHOULD work under UBOOT. I have a simular card on my A1 right now that I have used to boot straight into linux with. As far as under the PRE-RELEASE of OS4, it is my understanding, there is no SCSI driver for it yet, however for the final release there will be. If there will be a "boing bag" in the mean time for this, I dunno and wouldn't know, but I've asked a lot about SCSI being in the pre-release and that was the answer I got each time. Even though the Phase 5 PPC boards have a simular chip on them, those cards have effectively an on-board bios to properly initialize them and supporting software that was made to run on a 68k/PPC amiga, so it works (i.e. the kernel comes up, all hardware INCLUDING the on-board SCSI says hello as if it was a 68k machine...which it is effectively via emulation.).

Hope that answers your question.

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Currently there is no scsi driver for OS4 written. The LSI 875 chipset is supported by Linux but I have seen trouble with the 895 chipset not working or being able to boot off Linux. Mr. Hardware Computers has sold out of all our 875 LSI chipsets (Which could boot off Linux). Adaptec cards for the most part do not work with Linux also. Most of the OS4 programmers I know that have SCSI cards have the 875 chipset. Until someone writes a driver no SCSI cards will work. Any discussions of SCSI have been around Scripting support such as LSI chipsets or Simbios along with some other SCSI cards. Don't bother with Adaptec chipsets, they don't support Scripting.


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Re: Magnetic Systems Amiga and Video Toaster Specials May
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Russ

Thanks for the comments. I was getting the info from the OS4 spec sheet (which is inacurrate evidently - but this is the pre-release so maybe not) The Symbios 895 WORKS PERFECTLY with LINUX. I myself use one on my G4 pegasos machine running Debian Linux. Adaptec sux..

realize


ps... when do you personally expect the OS4 pre release cds for your customers?

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I would expect to see the CD's this Friday. There is no official announcement though.


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