From: Mikael Holm (mikael.holm_at_se.danskebank.com)
Date: 2002-10-25 09:27:28
And another thing... The D-9 connector? What cable do I need to use that from my C128? Just a cable with a D-9 in both ends that connects pin 1 on the C128 to Pin 1 on the monitor, etc? //Mikael Thanks, That was the info I was searching for... Hmmm... It's a Color Monitor. All I get is a Monochrome picture... Any ideas as to what could be wrong? And yes, the video-signal from my c64 and my c128 is okay and colorful when tested on my TV with a Composite to SCART converter... Wait a minute... Just a thought... My video cable is just a 5-pin DIN to 2xRCA (one audio and one video). Would I need to have both Chrominance and Luminance connected to get color? // Mikael Commodore 1901 Video Monitor Specifications Type Colour video monitor Colour PAL/R-G-B Power requirements AC 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz Power consumption 60 W Screen size 14" (36 cm) 90ø deflection angle Audio output 1 W Speaker 10 cm x 10 cm External input terminals Video input Input type Composite video signal (CVBS) Input level 1.0 Vp-p (sync negative 0.3 V) Input impedance 75 ohm Connector type RCA pin jack Commodore video input 1) Luminance signal input Input type Composite video signal (VS) Input level 1.0 Vp-p (sync negative 0.3 V) Input impedance 75 ohm Connector type RCA pin jack 2) Chrominance signal input Input type PAL chroma signal Input level 1.0 Vp-p Input impedance 75 ohm Connector type RCA pin jack R-G-B input Input level 0 V / 5 Vp-p Input impedance 470 ohm Connector type D-9 Audio input Input level 1.0 Vp-p Input impedance 10 kohm Connector type RCA pin jack Dimensions 345 (W) x 360 (H) x 370 (D) mm Weight Unit weight: 9.5 kg Gross weight: 10 kg Source: Commodore Video Monitor 1901 User's Guide Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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