[Coco] CoCo to SVGA converter?
tonym at compusource.net
Thu Oct 28 12:07:32 EDT 2004
In the Amiga world, we just use a ScanDoubler, because standard amiga output comes at 15kHz, Amiga 3000 notwithstanding (built-in doubler, and 15-pin VGA port). They are relatively pricey, though, and have the non-standard Amiga DB23 connector.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "John R. Hogerhuis" <jhoger at pobox.com>
Reply-To: jhoger at pobox.com,CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 15:28:59 -0700
>On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 14:17, Roger Taylor wrote:
>> Has anyone created a converter for the CoCo for connecting SVGA and flat
>> panel monitors?
>> Mark, if you're reading this.. I really think a universal CoCo video
>> converter would be the ultimate CoCo upgrade. A device that could convert
>> the RF Out, Video Out, or RGB Out into the SVGA format would be one of the
>> best things a CoCo could ever have.
>There was a thread about XRGB upscan converter on this list...
>If that works, which it sounds like it does, I think the issue becomes
>getting a more cost-effective solution, since it is pricey.
>I'm certainly on board to buy such an add-on, as long as it is less than
>say $75. And I do think there is a bigger market than just coco if
>designed right... atari, amiga folks need one too.
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