2 x Macintosh IIci (for parts) - one OK PSU, both motherboards had few broken SIM-slots. Gave them to a friend for projects/parts. Kept the loose SIM and HDD's. 1 x Macintosh display card (no attached RAM) 1 x Studer display (?)-card -- what is this? 1 x External SCSI CD-ROM drive, looks like AppleCD 600e but is not. Possibly Pro-Akai (no labels of brand). 1 x Apple ethernet card 2 x Sets of complete System 7 installation disks
Anyone, what is this Studer card used for? Could not find the specs. Never heard of this brand.
The card is useless without the rest of the system but there is still a market for these should you want to sell it. MagicSound still runs a support business for these systems and i know they're always looking to buy parts.
Macs: PowerMac 9600/233 64Mb RAM OS 8.5 iMac G3 DV SE 400MHz 256MB RAM OS 9.2 PowerBook 1400c/133 48Mb RAM OS 7.6.1 5Gb HD ProTools 3.4 PowerBook G4 1.25GHz 1Gb RAM OS X 10.5.8 250Gb HD ProTools LE 8
Great find, just having mentioned the card here may bring you some offers. I had a couple of offers to buy one of the cards I mentioned here about ten years ago. Luckily, I resisted the offers, as now it has sentimental value for me.
Check back with the music man, he may be looking to unload the rest of the system. But it's probably more likely that he's got a PCI card for it mow.
Some images of the CD-ROM drive as well. Looks almost identical to AppleCD drives. Somehow i can't get hold of Apple-branded external CD-ROM drive no matter what LOL I guess i need to hack the Apple CD SC case fit with the regular trayloading Apple CD-ROM drive.