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The "Barry-Box" Sound Processor

The "Barry-Box" is a sound processing unit that will allow your BBC Micro to record, store and play back audio samples. 

The unit" plugs into the 1MHz bus thus leaving the analogue and user ports free for other applications. A ROM is also supplied and needs to be plugged into a spare language socket. 

The main unit has two knobs that control the input and output volume. Additionally three 3.5mm jack plugs enable an external speaker, microphone and auxiliary power supply to be connected. The device originally sold for £79.95 in 1985. 

The Barry Box was featured in the May 1986 issue of BEEBUG Magazine (p.13). Link below. 

http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/downloads/14569

Date : 1985

Manufacturer : BML Electronics

Format : Expansion Board

Physical Description : Barry Box. User Guide. User Guide Supplement. "Barry-BOX" ROM. Cable.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51453. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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