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Old 06 October 2014, 10:16   #37
ajk
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£200? Using RGB is only the cost of the cable (~£10), assuming you have a monitor/TV that supports it, so it's well worth figuring out if it's possible to use it.

It was also the standard back in the day, all Commodore monitors used RGB, and most TVs apart from the very oldest and cheapest ones had it too (in the form of SCART). You could probably get a used TV or monitor from that era for not much more than another £10
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