Stephen Judd wrote: > These monitors just seem too rare to me; it's hard to believe that > C= did some special production run. I have 1080's and 1084's from > 1986-1990, and not one of them does PAL (composite signal of course) > color, at least not with my PAL-converted 64. Well, I finally heard back from that guy who claims to have the "1084 that displays colour when hooked up to both a NTSC *and* a PAL C64"... here's what he says: >> Hey :) Do you really have a 1084 that does >> both PAL and NTSC in colour? I gotta know! >> I've heard that they exist, but I've never >> seen one for myself. >> If you get a chance, let me know the serial >> number of it too :) > Yep... here's what it says on the back: >Model No. 1084 >115V AC 50/60Hz 75W >... >MANUFACTURED OCTOBER 1987 >SERIAL NO. 000714 So, anyone have a 1084 made around this time? What are your serial numbers like? Mine has two stickers on the back... one reads: Model NO.1084S-P 120VAC 50/60Hz 75W CSA LR58447 the other: Color Monitor Model No. 1084S-P 120 VAC 60Hz 1 AMP 75W July 1990 Serial No. 199414 Strange that it says 50/60Hz on one, and just 60Hz on the other, no? :) -- Robin Harbron email@example.com http://www.tbaytel.net/macbeth - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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