View Full Version : The Red Button Agency Amiga 600
09-27-2006, 02:08 PM
Here are some new pictures of the Black A600 JuneBUG DJ machine.
A600 4 player
Check out my photo Album for more Pictures of all my VJ gear.....select "Show All" so you can see the full list of pictures.
EDIT: By the way...the Red Button Agency Logo was Created with Brilliance 2.0 and then printed on Photo Paper. I simply transfered the IFF which I converted to JPG into a Compact Flash Card on the A600 and then took it to one of those Photo processing places where they take the pictures out of your Digital camera from your compact flash or SD card, and make pictures on film paper for you.
09-27-2006, 02:47 PM
Added more Pics (or links rather)
09-27-2006, 03:49 PM
So how did you paint it and what did you do about the key symbols. How did you connect the screen (from playstation?). Can you post a picture with workbench on screen? a picture from behind? What are the specs of this Amiga?
09-27-2006, 04:07 PM
hmmm, I probably should take a picture of it running Workbench.....however I do have this PIC when I did SoundFX fro a ScreenPlay on stage with my A600 :-D
its got DSS8+ software running.
By the way...the Screen is not attached really..........it just sort of sits on it pretty ok.........Im still working on attaching it so that it screws in without making more holes on the A600. The screen simply accepts Video IN like any other TV except its in the form of a Headphone Jack.....which you can get at Radio Shack..and yes this is From the Small version of the PlayStation called the PSONE. This A600 is for sale including the screen....I also have 2 more of these screens for sale unpainted. $60 each. If anyone wants one.simply send me cahs via Western Union. I recieve it in about an hour.
The Specs are:
2mb Chip 68000 @7mhz, 4gig HD with WHDLoad and lots of games, MASPlayer MP3 decoder, Clockport adaptor for USB ports, internal DVD/CDRW, Mr Myza PS/2 Mouse adaptor, 4 Player joystick adaptor, 5" Sony PSOne LCD screen, 2gigabyte PCMCIA credit card sized Harddrive.
09-27-2006, 05:26 PM
Now that's a nice job. Looks fantastic. It's not easy to paint something like that and have it turn out so well.
09-27-2006, 07:00 PM
That's a Bad Ass 600.
I want to get a A600 now.
09-27-2006, 07:34 PM
Isn't that the A600 you were trying to sell and nobody wanted to buy it? ;)
Nice mods man!! :banana:
09-28-2006, 06:35 AM
Yes.............they thought $250 was too much for it, and because the case doesnt close and needs a new keyboard cable.
Apart from that this is no mere A600........so putting a normal A600 price to it is not acceptable to me.
I will finish the job if making the case close and hopefully coat it with matte finish and maybe buy a keyboard cable plastic paper thingy. But I dont have the time or money to invest in it even though its very little money to invest.
$8 for the paint, maybe $15 for the Plastic keyboard readout, and free to make it close.already figuring ways out to drill new screw holes and such.
But it is for sale as we speak. If anyone wants to finish the job.
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