> > Also note that a very crude black/white composite-compatible signal is > available in the C128 RGBI output. > > No, color. In the C128 schematics the R, G, B, HS and VS signals are combined into a black/white composite signal using a some TTL logic and two transistors. It does not show colors. However, the actual RGBI part of the RGBI CONNECTOR of course shows 16 colors, otherwise it wouldn't be RGBI. -Pasi -- "This is a blueprint for living machines. The Vorlons have one. Some people even say the Minbari have them. We haven't seen enough of them up close to get any idea of how they work." -- Vance Hendricks to Dr. Franklin in Babylon 5:"Infection" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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