Robin Harbron wrote: > I didn't know that such a thing existed - can you give us the > exact name and model of this device? I'd like to look for one! My device is labelled by Lenco (http://www.lenco.de/), but I don't think they manufactured it themselves. Don't remember the model number right now. They also don't sell it anymore, I couldn't even find it on their page when I bought it almost one year ago. There's a similar device that is still quite popular among some German C64 fans (one of them put a C64 with some CMD stuff and an SX64 keyboard with such a device into a flat metal box and connects it to a VGA flat panel display). It's called something like Proview TV-Box, and is/was available from www.conrad.de. I also remember another similar device from pearl.de, but I forgot the name. All of them were in the range of DM200 to DM230, which is IMO too expensive. > I've been looking into multi-standard televisions for this same > purpose (using PAL devices in colour) for the last little while, > but one of these devices seems both more versatile and more > cost-effective. I'm the lucky owner of a multi standard capable TV set, but I bought it two years ago because I wanted a new TV (the old one was broken) and it was rather cheap. Lucky me, it also displays NTSC fine :-) Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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