[Coco] Re: Looking for a monitor for my coco
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sun May 8 09:21:49 EDT 2005
Its a little expensive, but you can get the XRGB interface and ask Roy to
make it coco compatible for you.
It does RGB and composite on svga monitors.
You can read an article Roy wrote about it on my web page.
"Frederick D Provoncha" <elderpav at juno.com> wrote in
message news:20050507.121144.2216.1.elderpav at juno.com...
> Very tempting, I might just do that. On the other hand, I like the
> Magnavox and the Commodore 1040s because they have both RGB AND Color
> Composite built-in. It's a really neat feature to be able to switch
> between the two modes with just the press of a button :-)
> Fred Provoncha
> Stansbury Park, UT
> On Sat, 07 May 2005 11:05:19 -0700 "John R. Hogerhuis"
> <jhoger at pobox.com>
>> On Sat, 2005-05-07 at 12:00 -0600, Frederick D Provoncha wrote:
>> > I'm having the same need. My Magnavox 8CM515 is on it's last leg.
>> > picture tube keeps flaming out on me at inopportune times (like
>> during a
>> > game of Microbes or Galactic Attack). I've looked lately for a
>> > 1040s on eBay but there haven't been any listed for a little
>> while. A few
>> > months ago there were a few, but they usually get quickly bid up
>> > than I'm willing to go...
>> > Fred Provoncha
>> > Stansbury Park, UT
>> Why not wait and buy Roy's RGB adapter when it comes out. Then you
>> always hook your coco to any old RGB monitor.
>> -- John.
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