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Sat Jan 3 21:54:22 EST 2009
His atari model may have needed differing sync levels? or composite sync? or something? Jeric
From: BookWorm <bookworm at cavenet.com>
To: coco at maltedmedia.com
Sent: Saturday, January 3, 2009 8:37:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Coco] hardware
> I have pretty minimal hardware skills,
You should see mine...
> but I did manage to piece
> together a circuit to invert the coco video signal so I could drive an
> Atari monitor
Are you refering to an EGA monitor?
>(surprisingly no one else on the list could help me - so
> I ended up doing it all myself- figuring out the correct chip and
> designing the circuit).
That's because Atari monitors are already compatible with the CoCo 3. They
don't require converting.
> soldering (heh, i almost wrote slobbering)
That's what I do with a slodering iron too.
> Forget about the coco4
> and FPGA
Actualy, I like James's FPGA GIME upgrade. I hope I can order one soon.
>and hard drives
You don't have a hard drive? Cloud 9 sells SCSI and IDE controllers.
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