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Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
Ryan7711  Account Info
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I heard that someone put the x-files theme song on the ti-83 plus. Is there a way to program songs on the ti-82. How would you program it. Email me at: xmarion64@aol.com

     15 September 1999, 02:21 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
Adam Walker  Account Info
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I'm not sure about how to program it , but it is true. At one point in time last year I had a jukebox program on my TI-83. Basically it worked like winamp. I mad a playlist, and it played the songs. These are of course even worse than midi songs, but it's still cool that a calculator can play music. Fro what I remember there is two ways to hear the music, one (I used this method) is to hold the LCD screen near a radio antenna and une the radio to an unsed AM station, and two ( I haven't tried this yet) you can buy an adapter at somewhere like radio shack that can make headphones plud into the TI's data link jack. I never used it very much, basically just to shw off to some friends, it amazed my teacher. The only song I ever had was the X-files theme.

     19 December 1999, 07:57 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
alejandro wagmister  Account Info

I have both an 82 and an 86, so I check up on both. You should look in the 86 asm programs archives. There's a download called 86wav.zip. Download it, it has some insight on how. Also, you should try emailing him and asking for the code for his converter.

     20 June 2000, 05:10 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
Rainbird Account Info

That is pretty cool with the sound and the radio. Now Iam not sure becouse I haven't try this before but It might be possible to just connecit head phones to Ti Calc. I haven't seen the program that plays sound like x-files so i could be wrong! But it would be cool if it worked.

     23 September 2000, 01:17 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs

THAT'S TOTALLY AMAZING! I think to do that you use the Send( function. Am I right, or do you need that asm thing?

     27 April 2001, 01:26 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
linuxmatt Account Info
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Does the AM Radio trick work well with a TI-84+SE? If so, is there any particular frequency on the radio that would get best results?

     12 September 2005, 03:37 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-82 Sound Programs
StuffPosingAsMail  Account Info

I couldn't get the AM radio trick to work and I don't have even the $3 on hand to buy an adapter, so I took about an hour and a half to simply make an adapter from a calculator link cable to a headphone jack size. All it took was some thin non-corrugated cardboard, tape, and some wire (magnet wire especially). I've spent a while sitting here thinking about how I would describe how to construct one, but it's a lot easier to show a picture and then explain than to just explain. If somebody wants to know how to make one, I do have a digital camera and can take a picture of it and send it to you if you email me at stuffposingasmail@gmail.com and ask for it. Oh, yeah, and it probably won't take even that long for you to make if you want to mainly because I'm an obsessive-compulsive perfectionist. Or something freakish like that.

     24 October 2005, 05:22 GMT

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