Thread: Pal - Ntsc
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Old 29 December 2013, 05:30   #12
Mr.Micro
 
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I see this thread went dead some time ago, but I'm going to try and revive it since the subject is EXACTLY the same. I currently own a PAL A1200 and I live in the U.S.. I currently cannot figure a way to get color out of it.

I recently have conceded that neither my 1902 or 1902a. My 1902a has round video ports and the 1902 has a 9 pin RGB-I port and of course the composite only gives me B&W.

I'm wondering what the solution would be short of buying another monitor. I guess If I wanted to I could invest in the Indivision AGA mk2. I may not be opposed to doing either of those, I guess I just want to be sure the investment is sound.

So if I invest in an NTSC 1084 ($200 on ebay) will that solve my problem? Or could I simply by a PAL monitor and use a power converter? In typing this though, it seems the Indivision is the fool proof way to go and would give me the ability to use a modern monitor. I'm not that much of a 'purist' when it comes to my Amiga, so I'd be ok with that.

Thanks in advance for any help.
 
 
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