On Mon, 12 Oct 1998, Ruud Baltissen wrote: > I've seen advertisements of these TV-tuners. Consider it as a TV without a > screen. A friend of mine now uses a broken Video Recorder for this purpose: > while working on his PC, he can watch TV on his C64-colormonitor :-) I am only > waiting for some one to give me broken VCR. My VCR got broken about two years ago, it still almost works, but the picture "jumps" four times per second like the cassette was going slower than usually. Anyway, it makes my Philips CM8833 monitor to a real TV, picture being very sharp and clear. =) Ofcourse I have seen years ago plain TV-tuners, which they sell just for that purpose, although if one needs VCR, it's much more reasonable to use. _ . . . . ___ _ ( ) /! /! Name: /! /! Email: ! ! ( ) X --' ! / ! --------' `---. / `-------------' ! .-- X (_) !/ !/ Jan Gröndahl !/ Jan.Grondahl@hut.fi!___! (_) - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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