Ojala Pasi 'Albert' wrote: > > > [hacking a C= 2320] > > That type of cards take a 18bit digital RGB input and a clock > > signal and put it out scandoubled as analog RGB. > > It is actually "only" 12 bits of digital RGB for A2320. The few > scandoublers intended for A1200 and A4000 need more bits. Yes, > should be almost as simple as soldering some wires.. Maybe I > should make an adapter for my already existing cable if I ever > have a couple of idle hours and feel like it. Oh, stupid me :-) then 18 bits RGB was the palette register in VGA cards maybe? Hmm, this might also be a good possibility to add a programmable palette register between the 4 bit input and the 12 bit output. This way we could program the 16 output colors of the C128 to any of the Amiga colors. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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