[DECtalk], Re: Dectalk Express questions

  • From: shaun everiss <shaun.e@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: dectalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2003 16:17:32 +1300

I don't know, but you could put both in.
Also unless someone has drivers for the xp dectalk then it just locks up 
and you will have to reformat the system.
Shaun
At 03:26 p.m. 16/11/2003, you wrote:
>Hi,
>I am in need of a Dectalk Express part.  I need one of the little
>adapters that plugs into the Dectalk cable that looks like a phone
>cord plug and turns it into a standard nine-pin female serial
>connector.  Where do you get these?  Is Phonix supporting the
>Dectalk Express?
>Also I have a question about something that might damage a Dectalk
>Express but want to see if anybody else has been brave or stupid
>enough to try it.  As mentioned in an earlier message I like the
>Digital Dectalk speech better than the Force/Phonix one.  So I'm
>wondering if it would be possible to take a Force Dtexp 4.61 and
>flash upgrade, er, I mean downgrade, it to a version 4.2CD from
>Digital.  Has anybody tried this and does it work?  I don't want to
>try it myself until I have some other peoples' experiences because
>I don't want to turn a perfectly working Dectalk Express into a
>paperweight.
>
>
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