[DECtalk], Re: Dectalk Express questions

  • From: Bear in SFO <BearSFO@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: dectalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 08:55:41 -0800

I thought the driver sits on your local computer and not inside the Dectalk...?

At 09:26 PM 11/15/2003 -0500, 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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