Re: VGA and VIC chips

From: Istvan Hegedus <>
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2013 16:03:44 +0200
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I have also built a scart cable using chroma and luma signals instead of 
composite but the result on the Philips CM8833 was much worse than the 
composite cable so I switched back to use composite only.


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Sent: Friday, September 13, 2013 1:08 PM
Subject: Re: VGA and VIC chips

On 2013-09-13, at 11:10, Istvan Hegedus wrote:

> Hi,
> What about an LCD TV with composite input?
> I have tried it on a Sharp LCD TV and that gave very good result (although 
> I am still using them on a Philips CM8833). I was planning to buy a not 
> too large LCD TV but test it first with the Commodores.
> Does anyone have experience with it?

As I wrote in the previous post - it's a hit'n miss. The best is to try it 
out. While CVBS seem to be more widely accepted, the S-video gave me more 
problems on various devices.


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