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Benjamin Vander Jagt Benjamin Vander Jagt from Winchester VA wrote on December 19, 2021
Thank you for your incredibly thorough videos! <3 I've learned how to better diagnose my hardware, most of which is XT to early AT era. Maybe I can fix my Turtle Beach Tropez Plus! By the way, you said "Please fee free" above.
Thank you for your incredibly thorough videos! <3 I've learned how to better diagnose my hardware, most of which is XT to early AT era. Maybe I can fix my Turtle Beach Tropez Plus! By the way, you said "Please fee free" above.
e5frog e5frog wrote on December 13, 2021
Greetings from Sweden, nice to see a companion in the trench of vintage electronics. 😉 (I subscribe)
Greetings from Sweden, nice to see a companion in the trench of vintage electronics. 😉
(I subscribe)
Nicolas Nicolas from South-Shore of Montreal wrote on October 28, 2021
Salut Adrian, je vais t'envoyer sous-peu un colis avec quelques surprises dedans. A bientot !
Salut Adrian, je vais t'envoyer sous-peu un colis avec quelques surprises dedans. A bientot !
Bevan Thomas Bevan Thomas from Christchurch New Zealand wrote on October 26, 2021
Hello, from Christ's church, New Zealand. I'm enjoying watching your videos. When the commodores, apple ][ etc were around, when i was young, my family couldn't afford things. And in NZ everything would be so much more expensive being at the end of the world. However, good work
Hello, from Christ's church, New Zealand. I'm enjoying watching your videos. When the commodores, apple ][ etc were around, when i was young, my family couldn't afford things. And in NZ everything would be so much more expensive being at the end of the world.

However, good work
David P David P from Blackpool, England wrote on October 14, 2021
Thank you for all your awesome content. Love your channels, your videos and your presentation style.
Thank you for all your awesome content. Love your channels, your videos and your presentation style.
Bill R Bill R from San Antonio wrote on October 11, 2021
Watching your channel brings back happy memories of debugging an Apple 2e clone DIY kit with a friend with nothing but a schematic, analog voltmeter, and a 0.1uF capacitor. We'd put the capacitor in series with the voltmeter in AC mode, to check if clock signal was on data/address/clock lines, and we didn't need an oscilloscope!
Watching your channel brings back happy memories of debugging an Apple 2e clone DIY kit with a friend with nothing but a schematic, analog voltmeter, and a 0.1uF capacitor. We'd put the capacitor in series with the voltmeter in AC mode, to check if clock signal was on data/address/clock lines, and we didn't need an oscilloscope!
Robert K Robert K from Cambridge, ON Canada wrote on September 22, 2021
Thanks for the entertainment, valuable information, and allowing me to do virtually that my wife will not allow me to do at home 🙂
Thanks for the entertainment, valuable information, and allowing me to do virtually that my wife will not allow me to do at home 🙂
Aaron S Aaron S from Vancouver, WA wrote on September 15, 2021
Hey – I really enjoy the content. Seeing you bring back to life all of these vintage systems makes me remember how it all got going. Thanks and keep it up!
Hey – I really enjoy the content. Seeing you bring back to life all of these vintage systems makes me remember how it all got going. Thanks and keep it up!
James James from Vancouver, BC wrote on September 1, 2021
Hi from Vancouver Canada!
Hi from Vancouver Canada!