Started by gerald, 17:39, 01 November 14
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Quote from: ZoomPicard on 18:16, 26 December 16Another Ozzy interested in getting c4cpc
Quote from: 123xion on 19:56, 08 February 17Hola Soy nuevo en el foro, tengo un Amstrad 6128 y un GX4000 y estaría interesado en el C4CPC, si tiene planes de hacer más, contar conmigo y me salve uno ¡Muchas gracias!
Quote from: Finepi on 03:04, 12 February 17Hi guys! I believe that i have come to the perfect place to try to get a C4CPC. Could someone explain me how and with whom has to talk to buy this cartridge?
Quote from: Bryce on 10:35, 09 February 17Translation:Hello I'm new to the forum, I have an Amstrad 6128 and a GX4000 and would be interested in the C4CPC, if you have plans to do more, count me in and reserve one for me, Thanks a lot!Hi 123xion and welcome to the forum. If possible, please keep the posts in English.Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 22:15, 23 February 17any 5VDC PSU with the correct polarity, connector and enough amps can be used to power the GX4000. Just buy one locally.
Quote from: gerald on 22:20, 23 February 17When using the SCART output, it's better to use the 9V supply input. Otherwise the color will be incorrect. The DAC voltage range is configured according to the input supply on the GX4000.
Quote from: Bryce on 22:25, 23 February 17Yeah, but he's in the US, so his TV doesn't have SCART, so he's better off looking for a decent solution that he can connect to the monitor port RGB.Bryce.
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