Started by Nicolas Lecoq, 08:33, 06 April 21
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Quote from: Nicolas Lecoq on 08:33, 06 April 21I don't know if it fits with our favorit computers.http://www.tecnobytes.com.br/2021/04/powergraph-light-rev-2-new-version.html?fbclid=IwAR3q01zS9u-7n7eA7NtSzZS7WJYldp-a8INU44DJ_fPIaoplIxJh4vHhQQI&m=1
Quote from: flag26838 on 11:05, 06 April 21Well, the order page doesn't say it's coming with any adapter, but besides that, does it mean we can use the V9990 with the CPC? Really?I would love to see a video of it...
Quote from: GUNHED on 13:06, 06 April 21Some years ago I got one with a MX4 adapter, made for CPC.However, I can't use it, found no monitor which fits and is available for cheap.
Quote from: keith56 on 06:30, 08 April 21The CGA converter box linked above converts a 15khz VGA signal to one suited to a normal monitor.That's the same one I used to get my MSX2 V9990 working with my 'non compatible' monitor
Quote from: TotO on 14:36, 09 April 21A nice feature would have been a video input to display everything on the same screen.
Quote from: TotO on 17:07, 09 April 21Sure, but it was really easy to add a DIN input and a switch for the signals, controlled by a software port.Last but not least, the V9990 has a super-impose feature that allow to merge two signals in overlay, all on the CTM.
Quote from: genesis8 on 23:13, 04 May 21Who can make an Amsdap by the way ?I ordered a V9990, but not to use it but to lend it freely to any known french Amstrad CPC developper who want to have a go at it.So if someone is interested, let me know.
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