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nemazoty 20 December 2012 10:07

ScanJuggler NEWS - scandoubler (and flickerfixer) for A1200/A4000
 
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A ScanJuggler XAGA is a scandoubler (Lite) and flickerfixer for some Amiga modells equipped with AGA chipset.

ScanJuggler XAGA Lite (rev.2)

Attachment 33517
  • Scandoubler for A1200 and A4000(D) machines
  • When fitted inside an A1200, it fits below the HDD frame and among other add-on cards
  • Max. resolution: 768x580
  • Color depth: 24/21 bit (depending on color mode)
  • PAL/NTSC/Euro36 compatible
  • Slightly reduce interlace blinking
  • Supports Productivity/Euro72/DBLxxx screen modes
  • Supports border blanking
  • DDC/CI support (software is in development)
  • Other special extras (to be announced)
  • Analogue VGA output
  • Est. availability: Q1 2013.
Price: international price to be announced

ScanJuggler XAGA

Attachment 33518
  • Scandoubler and Flickerfixer for A1200 and A4000(D) machines
  • When fitted inside an A1200, it fits below the HDD frame and among other add-on cards
  • Max. resolutions, eg.:
  • PAL: 1536x580 (SHiRes support)
  • Custom screen modes: 1280x600, 1024x768
  • Color depth: 24 bit
  • PAL/NTSC/Euro36 compatible
  • Supports Productivity/Euro72/DBLxxx screen modes
  • Supports border blanking
  • DDC/CI support (software is in development)
  • Other special extras (to be announced)
  • DVI-I output (analogue VGA and HDMI possible with a passive adapter)
  • Est. availability: Q1 2013.
Price: international price to be announced

Connectors

Attachment 33519
Default
ScanJuggler comes with a VGA connector by default:
The small add-on on the left fits both into A1200 and A4000. In A1200 it fits together with for example the ELBOX KEY V2.0 and of course the HDD frame. In case of A4000 it doesn't collide with the card put in the lowest slot. The connector has a button, which you can use to control the SJ. This connector doesn't support DDC/CI.

Attachment 33520Attachment 33521
Extra
The Switcher Module is an extra add-on for the ScanJuggler. It fits below the floppy in an A1200, or into a slot-backplate in an A4000.
It connects to the SJ with a shielded cable and it also has an input connector to for your BVision or CVision. Switching between the inputs is automatic or can be controlled with a button on the module. The button is also used to control other functionality of the SJ. This connector supports DDC/CI.
Price: international price to be announced

Ordering
Additional information available and preordering is possible via e-mail: scanjuggler-at-gmail-dot-com

Source: http://wiki.amigaspirit.hu/index.php/ScanJuggler_en

NovaCoder 20 December 2012 21:04

Cool, the more the merrier :)

Predseda 20 December 2012 21:18

What a nice pre - christmas surprise! I am looking forward to the price specification.

roy bates 20 December 2012 21:26

really nice,wondering how much this will be.


any chance of some pictures of it connected to a 1200 and 4000 motherboard,just to see if it fits with other hardware?

DDNI 20 December 2012 21:29

Very nice. CD32 compatible?

tolkien 20 December 2012 22:09

New hardware is always a good news! Now, if someone comes with a CD32 accelerator I´ll believe in christmas!!! ;)

ByteRyder 20 December 2012 22:21

If the board is small enough that it doesn't interfere with my FastATA and it doesn't have issues with operating temperature I'm definitely going to use one. :great

NovaCoder 20 December 2012 22:52

Looks like it's FPGA based too.

Akira 20 December 2012 23:22

Nice! Looking forward!!

spajdr 21 December 2012 10:39

Lite 63 Euro
Full 87 Euro
Switcher 14 Euro

http://www.amigascene.nl/modules/new...forumpost57200

ajk 21 December 2012 10:45

Can the switcher be used by itself with an existing scandoubler? Assuming of course appropriate cables/connectors are made.

roy bates 21 December 2012 10:55

deffinitely interested.

jimbob 21 December 2012 19:24

Fantastic, any word on whether it will have a 50Hz output?

kriz 22 December 2012 08:27

ah wow cool !!

mailman 22 December 2012 08:40

Any chance to have some more information apart from getting them via e-mail? Do you assemble them all by yourself? How many of them is available? Some ETA would be nice as well and maybe a price scope. I guess it should help in your ordering process. The more detailed the information is, there are more possible chances that you will have plenty of orders.

PopoCop 22 December 2012 09:59

Cool!

klx300r 22 December 2012 22:03

Me want !

Retrofan 23 December 2012 14:16

I think I'll be also interested, as for what you say "also has an input connector to for your BVision or CVision. Switching between the inputs is automatic or can be controlled with a button on the module".

Sveta 25 December 2012 15:33

Hi,

Wow. Cool. Thanks. :bowdown:great

Happy New Year.

Regards, Sveta

Akira 25 December 2012 17:34

I have to say: what monitor/TV accepts a 768x580 resolution?


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