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angelcaio

Some time ago I was considering buying one of those YUV to VGA converter cards for the Amstrad, but I backed off because I had to buy the cables, connectors,... solder them,....and  the price went up. In addition, the result did not seem very promising. I finally found a CTM 644 for a cheap price (it was before the pandemic)
And now, I just saw this on Ebay:
https://www.ebay.es/itm/265859866669?hash=item3de67ba02d:g:i1MAAOSwGcNjDhLJ
and in the photo the quality seems acceptable.
Is for olds monitors (SVGA or VGA) at 15kz

Bryce

Quote from: angelcaio on 19:15, 29 September 22Some time ago I was considering buying one of those YUV to VGA converter cards for the Amstrad, but I backed off because I had to buy the cables, connectors,... solder them,....and  the price went up. In addition, the result did not seem very promising. I finally found a CTM 644 for a cheap price (it was before the pandemic)
And now, I just saw this on Ebay:
https://www.ebay.es/itm/265859866669?hash=item3de67ba02d:g:i1MAAOSwGcNjDhLJ
and in the photo the quality seems acceptable.
Is for olds monitors (SVGA or VGA) at 15kz
That's just a pinout converter, nothing more than a cable in PCB form. It doesn't manipulate the signal in any way, it just converts the CPC socket to a VGA socket.

Bryce.

eto

This is just a simple, passive adapter. You will still need a compatible 15KHz VGA monitor. Not many are compatible and those that are, often don't have a great display quality. If you look for a small LCD it's simpler and less expensive to go for a used 15" LCD TV with SCART input and use the normal SCART cable.



TotO

Again, it is a (1€ DIY) scam. :-\
"You make one mistake in your life and the internet will never let you live it down" (Keith Goodyer)

eto

https://www.ebay.de/itm/225183486585

Thou should'st wear socks and pants when taking pictures of your Amstrad!

Shaun M. Neary

Quote from: eto on 22:58, 29 September 22https://www.ebay.de/itm/225183486585

Thou should'st wear socks and pants when taking pictures of your Amstrad!
It's only a Schneider... Things are different in those parts...
Currently playing on: 2xCPC464, 1xCPC6128, 1x464Plus, 1x6128Plus, 2xGX4000. M4 board, ZMem 1MB and still forever playing Bruce Lee.
No cheats, snapshots or emulation. I play my games as they're intended to be played. What about you?

Poliander

Quote from: eto on 22:58, 29 September 22https://www.ebay.de/itm/225183486585
Thou should'st wear socks and pants when taking pictures of your Amstrad!
Bad times. He has already had to sell all his clothes, and now even the CPC is up for grabs.
Schneider CPC 664 • X-MEM • Vortex F1-X Drive • CTM 644 • DMP 2160
Schneider CPC 6128 • Z-MEM • M4 Board • MultiPlay + Amiga Mouse • OSSC

VincentGR

Only the beauty of nudity can be compared with the elegance of an Amstrad.


Mark_wllms

Not my listing, but someone in North Shields, UK is selling a working 664 (with possible keyboard issue) and 6128. Currently a bargain.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/115578666911?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=1hCUrHgyR2m&sssrc=2349624&ssuid=NMPZJQQxSQS&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
Finishes tomorrow.

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