Hmm... yeah there's some stuff around here. I have
3 VC-20 (untested)
8 C64 (one not working)
4 C128 flat
1 C128D plastic
C16/116/plus4 1 each
1 C64 GS Case
1 SX-64 in bad state
About 20 single-head-drives (6x1541, 6x1541-II, 2x1570, 2x1551, could be more)
One rare Hongkong 1541 with the paper label
Two 1571 (maybe more)
Two CMD HD's using magneto-optical drives
Flash8 Accelerator card
1764 REU, expanded to 512K
2 types of GeoRAM
BBGRAM 2 MB
MSSIAH audio module
Music Maker overlay keyboard
Steinberg M-S-I MIDI Sync Interface
2x 1351, both types (Mitsumi and BREMEN board), last one is defective
2x Smartmouse, one defective
and various other things, like an numeric keypad for the c64 and such stuff.
1 A500 rev 6a
1 or 2 A600
2 A1000 (one with manual soldered 768K expansion)
3 A1200, 1 defective, one with Apollo 1240 @ 30 MHz, one with Blizzard 1260 and more stuff inside
1 A2000CR 4.3
1 A3000 in repair
1 A4000T with Cyberstorm MKII/060 and Cybervision 64/3D and more stuff
3 CDTV's in parts
2 AMD Opteron 185 systems with 2.6 and 2.95 GHz cpus, 4 GB RAM and 4.4TB harddisks, running OSx86 10.5.8
3 more AMD Systems with Opteron 180, Athlon 64 4000+ and Athlon 64 3400+ Socket 754, also running OSx86 10.5.8.
Very interesting is my industrial SBC (Single Board PC) type 96d2431o from DSM München, which fits into an ISA slot. It features an Pentium III CPU with 1.4 GHz, 512 MB RAM and a rather crappy graphics adapter. It should be integrated in my Amiga 4000T, together with a ISA Soundblaster AWE64 Gold. The maximum harddisk capacity is 160 GB, but at least it works wirth IDE-2-SATA adapters. Actually I had the board in the A2000, and it works well with Windows XP, even the ISA-Soundblaster is detected automatically. I tried a lot of Linux versions on it, but I don't think Linux and me will become friends.
One defective Mac Mini G4 1.42 GHz
One iBook G4 1.42 GHz which is still in parts
One 17"-HiRes Powerbook G4 1.67 GHz which is overheating
One PowerMac Dual G5 2.7 GHz defective
So much about Apples's quality... their computers don't last 30 years.
Standard PC monitors:
2x Samsung Sycmaster 204B 20.1" TFT
Samsung Syncmaster 204Ts 20.1" TFT, it features S-video, CVBS-Video inputs and PIP function
IBM P260 big fat CRT monitor
Amiga/C64/C128 compatible monitors:
A2024 greycale monitor
one HP L2035, this thing is featuring 5 video inputs
one Eizo Flexscan L685 18" TFT
one Eizo Flexscan L997 professional 21,3" TFT with PIP and auto-rotation. SO turn the monitor and the image flips with it.
But the graphics card doesn't have to support rotation, so it allows native Amiga display modes to use in portrait mode.
The graphics mode in the picture is standard Multiscan Productivity Interlace (640x960).http://www.bilder-hochladen.net/files/big/c4q7-q.jpghttp://www.bilder-hochladen.net/files/big/c4q7-r.jpg
There's much more stuff, a whole bunch of Technics HiFi devices, 3 DAT recorders, 3 DCC recorders, Video 2000 2x8 recorders and a Laserdisc player. I also have professional audio equpment, including a 34-Channel and an 10-Channel Firewire Audio interface from M-Audio. I've got Behringer 6 mixers in total, I love the small things like the Xenyx 1202FX, they're ideal to combine different audio signals to one (more than one) output. You can also eliminate problems with different audio levels. The FX versions have an inbuilt effects processor with 100 setups which can be mixed into every channel seperatedly. An C64 or an Amiga sound much better with some effects.
There's also something for sale, one A1000 with A1060 sidecar in good state, the A2000, I also have a very rare A2620 with the Harms '030 accelerator card and a Cybervision 64/3D, and the most of my Technics equipment.