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Blast
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Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:03 pm
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Hey all

Seems I may have struck lucky on a job lot of consoles I just picked up for 75. In amongst all the other well known stuff is a solid blue Playstation! I noted it right away but didnt think it would be anything special, only the different ports on the back stood out. I have locked it away in my storage area and come home before I searched out what it is. I only briefly noted the serial but pretty certain its this model DTL-H1102. It was Pal for certain, I had a blue controller with it nut no idea about any other parts. Noted it had power supply that looks like PSone power supply input but not sure that I actually have the power supply its self. From what I have looked up this is a programmers or debugging console. Also this console has a CDR in it so will be interesting to find out whats on that. Its early days on this, no guarantee it will work as not everything I buy from this source does but even still is a nice find.

On a brief look the only one I found for sale has an immediate purchase price of 599.99 of you can make an offer.

Laters

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lordnikon
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Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:31 pm
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Well looks like you acquired a PS1 software debug station.

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DTL-H1102.jpg

Awwsome! Mr. Green
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Manji
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Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:25 am
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those solid blue ones look sooo nice. definitely a stark contrast to the drab gray color.
 
Blast
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Sun Jan 31, 2010 1:04 pm
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There was a CDR in it with files on that I looked at briefly on my PC. NO idea what they are but if anyone is interested in taking a look at them please let me know. Ive no idea though how to host or share files as have never done it but just instruct me and I'll sort it for ya.

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gary_b
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Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:04 pm
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i wonder what was on that disc? who knows maybe its an unreleased game Question
 
Blast
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Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:39 pm
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gary_b wrote:
i wonder what was on that disc? who knows maybe its an unreleased game Question


No idea Gary, thats why I have offered them up for other users to look at. I am not very savvy at this kind of thing at all but I guess file size might give something away, I dont think the files were huge but I may be wrong.

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lordnikon
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Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:18 pm
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A little bit of extra information on the Blue Debug Station:

Blue (DTL-H1001) The original debugging station made available only to licensed developers and media, it offered 8 MB of RAM (but only 2 MB is used for games) and could run black (production) and gold (alpha and beta) PS games. It offered a full slate of outputs, except the S-Video port.
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