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  1. Post your Phreaking Boxes/Old Telephone Equipment! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ •Bell Model 500 desk set (black) (circa 1975)
  2. (THE STORY) I recently ordered a TRS-80 model 100 and I have been waiting for it to come, (probably going to come on 3/23/15) I started creating a DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) Tone Dialer. And I noticed that you cannot just input frequencies, you have to enter the weird musical code, so I found the musical code and converted freq to code (example: 2600hz = 940) If anyone has knowledge on how to play two tones at once, please reply. (THE QUESTION) If anyone has knowledge on how to play two tones at once using the sound command, please reply. (The sound command uses the musical code, then timing. (For example, 2600hz for 3/4th of a second = SOUND 940,100 ) whixrr