firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Also a 25-9 adaptor housing could possibly be used, giving a little more > circuit board space. You must be careful about this, because the datasette connector must be on the DB-9 side of the adaptor. This one just fits into the port of a CBM-SK model, the 25 pin would be much too wide. I already feared even the DB-9 wouldn't fit, but it does. I just checked it. > Has anyone seen a DB15 to DB9 adaptor housing? I'm looking for something > like this for another idea. Me too :-) But I fear they are not available at all :-( I could use them for a Mac-to-VGA monitor adaptor, but never could find one. My Iiyama monitor also has a 15pin low density dsub connector, but not in the usual Mac configuration, so I had to build a special cable for it. It seems the users of 15, 19 and 23pin D-Sub connectors are pretty much ignored by the adaptor housing industry. We can be happy that the connectors are still available! Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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