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5 stars!

Extremely nice!!

Another MIDIbox of the week vote :-)

Where did you get the buttons from?

Best regards,

Hawkeye

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You destroyed the ZX Spectrum, you should burn in hell :hmm:

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very nice work, :thumbsup:

I hope that the ZX was already broken before the transformation ...or at least you have another one

Regards

Antix

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thanks for the kudos Hawkeye and Antix

yes arti492, I will burn in hell, but not for reusing a case for a speccy, I just bought the empty case

I might burn in hell for buing SID's on ebay without knowing for shure that no Commodore was harmed in the process.

Besides what's the bad thing about burning in hell anyway, that's really all there is to do there :)

the buttons are also a reuse from the same case

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thanks for the kudos Hawkeye and Antix

yes arti492, I will burn in hell, but not for reusing a case for a speccy, I just bought the empty case

I might burn in hell for buing SID's on ebay without knowing for shure that no Commodore was harmed in the process.

Besides what's the bad thing about burning in hell anyway, that's really all there is to do there :)

the buttons are also a reuse from the same case

This case end keys looks like brand new, you shouldn't destroy so valuable case for the history. This is a loss for the world.

Best regards arti4-92.

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Arti, while I understand your wish to preserve things, he has "just" converted an empty case - which would have rotten on some basement anywhere in the world - converting it to a much loved and often-used midibox is a great thing to do, so others can see how fine the zx spectrum 128k was (i did not know it before!). Also, this conversion was done with a lot of dexterity and good handicraft knowledge and I think it looks marvelous :-)

Bye,

Peter

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Given how many dead spectrums there are in the world I'm sure there's plenty to go around. I've bought about 4 of them and only 1 worked.

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