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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Heathkit  H8 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Saturday 24th February 2018
David Hansen (IOWA USA)

I found an h8 and h9 monitor. The h9 works the h8 needs work. I have all manuals and schmatic and documents related to this machine. also correspondence between original owner and heath kit company. email me if interested I can send pictures and more info.

Saturday 21st January 2017
Dave Johnson (United States)

The H8 with the H9 monitor was my first computer. I built in in my dad''s basement just before I was transferred to Germany. I was 32 years old and had dabbled in programming for years. (Took BASIC class at BYU in 1964). The H8 was built like a tank! the 32K static RAM ran hotter than the fires of Hades. I think the all steel construction was part of the heat sink design. I loved that computer. I went on to become an IT manager for the federal government and it all started with my beloved H8! I wish I still had it!

Saturday 10th December 2005
Paul Domholdt (Los Angleles, CA)

The boards I had are now gone. A couple of folks did contact me and bought up what I had. Still have fond memories of the years I had my H8! Good lucking finding parts/boards for those looking.

Friday 31st May 2002
Paul Domholdt (Los Angeles, CA)

This was my first computer, built it back in the summer of 1979. Was a great computer, learned a lot from it. I've still got some old boards for the H8 if anybody has any interest in them contact me via email. Paul

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