Nicolas Welte wrote: > > > And I can't confirm the color on pin 7 behaviour with my own experience. I > surely remember that I had my 1702 connected to my DCR, and it did not show > any color. And what is even worse, somehow the signal on that pin is too > strong for a normal composite input, which makes the image much too bright. > Since I also had a 1084 I didn't have a reason to do anything about this. > > Nicolas > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list That signal looks slightly better through the luminance input on the back of the 1702. It looks best through a composite monochrome monitor, although the Commodore monochrome monitor I have doesn't work with it. I've never seen color from that pin on any DCR of mine with the 1702. I did use these together for two years and grew to dislike the composite monochrome solution. Don Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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