• Re: Antex Audio

    From William R. Walsh@newsgroups1@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com to comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware on Sun Nov 20 16:01:01 2022
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    Got one. Marked as having a card ID of 61A2. Pretty sparsely populated
    board. Uses the C&T P82C575. Thought I worked up an outline at one point. I can't find it now if I did. Maybe time to dust off Windows Paint and get
    busy? Card is marked "Antex Electronics VP2228 Audio Playback Adapter, Copyright 1990 Gardena, CA".

    William

    "Louis Ohland" <ohland@charter.net> wrote in message news:ti4o78$muh$1@842ffb22-07e1-11e5-a459-00266cf00584.csiph.com...
    Can you give us the FCCID or Card Name or Model number of the Antec card? What year are the chips from? Helps to zero in on the year(s) to search...

    richard smice wrote:
    Has anyone found Adf's or driver info on them.
    on two different types

    I have several of these , but have not been able to even get them through >> the
    IBM configuration, reference diskette.



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  • From William R. Walsh@newsgroups1@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com to comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware on Sun Nov 20 16:03:08 2022
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

    Huh. It's got an IRQ jumper on it. Choices are 3, 4, 5, and 9. Audio I/O is through a 1/4" and 1/8" set of jacks.

    William

    "William R. Walsh" <newsgroups1@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com>
    wrote in message news:tle832$3jp91$1@dont-email.me...
    Got one. Marked as having a card ID of 61A2. Pretty sparsely populated board. Uses the C&T P82C575. Thought I worked up an outline at one point.
    I can't find it now if I did. Maybe time to dust off Windows Paint and get busy? Card is marked "Antex Electronics VP2228 Audio Playback Adapter, Copyright 1990 Gardena, CA".

    William

    "Louis Ohland" <ohland@charter.net> wrote in message news:ti4o78$muh$1@842ffb22-07e1-11e5-a459-00266cf00584.csiph.com...
    Can you give us the FCCID or Card Name or Model number of the Antec card? >> What year are the chips from? Helps to zero in on the year(s) to
    search...

    richard smice wrote:
    Has anyone found Adf's or driver info on them.
    on two different types

    I have several of these , but have not been able to even get them
    through the
    IBM configuration, reference diskette.





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  • From Tomas Slavotinek@slavotinek@gmail.com to comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware on Sun Nov 20 23:17:40 2022
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

    On 20.11.2022 23:03, William R. Walsh wrote:
    Huh. It's got an IRQ jumper on it. Choices are 3, 4, 5, and 9. Audio I/O is through a 1/4" and 1/8" set of jacks.

    William

    "William R. Walsh" <newsgroups1@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com>
    wrote in message news:tle832$3jp91$1@dont-email.me...
    Got one. Marked as having a card ID of 61A2. Pretty sparsely populated
    board. Uses the C&T P82C575. Thought I worked up an outline at one point.
    I can't find it now if I did. Maybe time to dust off Windows Paint and get >> busy? Card is marked "Antex Electronics VP2228 Audio Playback Adapter,
    Copyright 1990 Gardena, CA".

    William

    Hi William,

    Nice to see you here!

    An outline would be greatly appreciated, but a hi-res photo or scan of
    the card would be even better.

    I don't see "61A2" in our ADF collection, unfortunately.

    Hmm, jumpers on an MCA adapter... very naughty.
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  • From richard smice@dmsmice@gmail.com to comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware on Sun Nov 20 23:46:46 2022
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

    On Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-5, slavo...@gmail.com wrote:
    On 20.11.2022 23:03, William R. Walsh wrote:
    Huh. It's got an IRQ jumper on it. Choices are 3, 4, 5, and 9. Audio I/O is
    through a 1/4" and 1/8" set of jacks.

    William

    "William R. Walsh" <newsg...@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com>
    wrote in message news:tle832$3jp91$1...@dont-email.me...
    Got one. Marked as having a card ID of 61A2. Pretty sparsely populated
    board. Uses the C&T P82C575. Thought I worked up an outline at one point. >> I can't find it now if I did. Maybe time to dust off Windows Paint and get
    busy? Card is marked "Antex Electronics VP2228 Audio Playback Adapter,
    Copyright 1990 Gardena, CA".

    William
    Hi William,

    Nice to see you here!

    An outline would be greatly appreciated, but a hi-res photo or scan of
    the card would be even better.

    I don't see "61A2" in our ADF collection, unfortunately.

    Hmm, jumpers on an MCA adapter... very naughty.

    I have sold a bunch of these; of two different varieties , so far nobody has come up with drivers as far as I know...
    And Antex is unavailable... One of the driver download sites lists them but they want to charge you to obtain them.
    Louis had sent me a link to a dead archive ,,, but was not able to find anything useful.. Good luck,
    as you have stated; It looks like a very simple card,, kinda like the adlib cards.. Have you ever found an original Fanuc install diskette for their version of the p-70 ?
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  • From Louis Ohland@ohland@charter.net to comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware on Mon Nov 21 07:39:16 2022
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware

    Fookin' FTP sites on Internet Archive. Kiss of death. H8te 'em...

    richard smice wrote:
    Louis had sent me a link to a dead archive ,,, but was not able to find anything useful.. Good luck,
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