> > > [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. [..] > > 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. And it seems to work.. :-) RGBI and syncs from the 80-column connector, +5V and dot clock from cartridge port, put it all into A2320 and we have a doublescanned picture. I connected R->R3+R2 G->G3+G2 B->B3+B2 and I->R1+R0+G1+G0+B1+B0. The only problem now is that A2320 really needs the dot clock of the 80-column chip instead of using the dot clock available in the cartridge port. Because of the different timebase the picture has some jitter. Maybe I should open the machine and try the 16MHz also.. -Pasi -- "As much as I hated him, with him we were ... complete." "No, only you were complete... Because there were two of us, one on either side of you, from the beginning." "The two of you at my side." -- Claudia & Louis "Interview with the Vampire" Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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