From: Nicolas Welte (no_spam_at_x1541.de)
Date: 2003-07-10 12:20:43
Mikael Holm wrote: > I'm trying to connect a S-Video signal to my monitor which has separate > Chroma and Luma RCS-jacks. As I recall is S-Video just about the same > thing as separate Chroma/luma? So I'm just wondering if there is any > conversion cable or adapter that converts from the S-Video mini-din to > two (or three for audio) RCA-males? we offer such a converter with female RCAs, but that shouldn't be a problem. It's intended to attach your C= computer to devices with S-Video inputs. Just visit the X1541 Shop at http://sta.c64.org/x1541shop.html. > And another question. Is there any composite-video-splitters out there? > That converts from composite video (one RCA) to separate Chroma and > luma? I could use this to connect my VIC-20 to above mentioned CBM 1901. > I've tried to attach the composite signal to both Chroma and luma, but > it gave a rather distorted picture on screen How's the picture if you attach composite to the Luma input only? I don't know of any commercial converters, but rebuilding the filter circuit from e.g. a 1084 should be possible. Another possibility might be the addition of an S-Video out for the VIC-20. I think the VIC itself has both outputs. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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