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This auction is for an Amiga 500 computer with an incredibly extensive
amount of software and hardware accessories. This is a complete,
working system, and then some. I am the original owner of this system.
I purchased it, along with all the software and accessories, new. The
monitor, mouse, everything is the original components that came with
the system. Additional hardware was purchased new, soon after
Everything is included, nothing is missing. All manuals &
documentation are included. This system and all external components
are clean, as you can see from the pics, I wiped everything thoroughly
and got in the grooves with q-tips, tip-top shape! This computer is
missing nothing, and is ready to be switched on out of the box. Your
Amiga system/component/software/hardware shopping stops here!!!!
-Amiga 500 with original box, packaging, and documentation (Working &
-Original Amiga Monitor, with speakers, headphone jack, RCA & RGB
inputs, digital/angalog RGB switch, front video mode selector, front
volume controls and video adjustment knobs. (Working & Tested)
-Original Amiga Mouse (Working & Tested)
-Original Power Supply (Working & Tested)
-External RAM attachment (SupraRam 500RX)
-External Hard Drive (DataFlyer 500 Expansion System)
-Amiga 520 RF Adapter - with Audio In, Video Out, RF Out, & channel
selector to hook the Amiga up to a TV!
-512k additional Internal RAM installed (I can't remember, but i have
the box, so it must e
-DCTV Video hardware (with discs & documentation) - with RCA video in
and video out
-AMAS Advanced Midi Amiga Sampler (for music creation) with Mic inputs
and Midi inputs/outputs.
-External Floppy Drive (the Amiga recomended drive of the time)
-Two Wico easy grip joysticks with bottom trigger (Working & Tested)
-One Slick Stick Atari-style joystick
-Over 300 alphabetized & organized floppy discs / games & software.
See below for list!!! All originals and many of the copied discs also
include a duplicate backup. LOOK AT THE LIST OF GAMES AND SOFTWARE AT
THE BOTTOM OF THE EBAY LISTING!!!
- Working Amiga Workbench disc
- 18+ Original games with documentation
- 12+ Original Software Applications & System Discs/Drivers
- 50+ discs of software & utilities total
- 108 total games
- 51 Blank floppy discs
- An entire box full of original Amiga 'Software of the Month Club'
discs - hundreds and hundreds of programs!!!!!
-One Four Port Parallel Switcher/Data Transfer Switch (to allow you to
hook up this many accessories at oncde!)
-One Two Port Parallel Switcher/Data Transfer Switch (to allow you to
hook up this many accessories at oncde!)
-One Suprafax Modem V.32bis - 14.400bps FAX, V32bis Data, V 42bis, MNP
-Additional power supply, with ATAPI/IDE power cords in addition to
the Amiga power cord. (I don't remember why i have this one!
-Heavy Duty Floppy Disc Case (full!) see pictures!
-Hinged, Clear Top Floppy Disc Case (full!) see pictures!
-All the cords & wires (plus some extra) to make it all happen!
-Covers, faceplates - to attach the external RAM and hard drive, these
plates have to be taken off, but they are included if you want to put
them back on.
I have tested most of the hardware and found everything to be ok.
However, because this is vintage equipment it is sold as is. The Amiga
boots up fine and loads the Workbench, both floppies, monitors, mouse
are all working, i connected and tested it this week. I didn't hook up
all the hardware or run any software (i forgot how!!). Also, I don't
have a dial up connection to test the modem. However, this computer
and all components have been stored and taken care of well since first
purchased, I am the original owner.
The only things wrong - the floppy drive eject button on the Amiga
itself is missing. You could attach a makeshift button, but i just
used a pen or screwdriver to eject the disc. The eject mechanism
itself works fine, just the button is gone. You could also rely mainly
on the external floppy drive. This doesnt affect the functionality of
the Amiga, its only asthetic. Also, during bootup, it gives the
message: Battery Backed up clock not found. So the internal clock in
the Amiga probably needs replacing. Again, it doesnt seem to be
affecting any functionality.
Over 300 alphabetized & organized floppy discs / games & software. All
originals discs have a duplicate copy included (which I made
originally as backup, since floppy discs don't last forever). So if
you have a problem with a disc, chances are there is a duplicate!
Games On Original Discs with Manuals & Documentation:
3d pool, 4d boxing, amazing spider man, aquaventura, abaci monday
night football, batman the movie, black lamp, conan the barbarian,
dungeons & dragons - pool of radiance, golden path, keef the thief
micro league baseball, operation lemmings, the pawn, shadow of the
sim city the city emulator, street fighter 2, wayne gretzky hockey 2
Includes these original software discs:
Deluxe video III
Deluxe paint IV
Final Copy II
Accolade's The Graphic Studio
Original Utlities/Hardware Related Discs:
Amiga Workbench V1.3, Amiga Appetizer, Amiga 500A Tutorial, AMAS
Advanced Midi Sampler Disc, Aladdin Demo, Supraram Software,
DataFlyer External Hard Drive Install Disc
Much more software, see the ebay listing for complete list!