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Old 29 September 2013, 20:21   #8
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Yes, it's horrible.

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Originally Posted by demolition View Post
Some (most?) TVs do require a voltage on pin 16 to be able to show RGB, otherwise they will default to composite. While I can choose the input, I cannot change the input mode from Composite to RGB manually on my TV, so I would end up with a black screen if I didn't connect pin 16.
Still better than connecting the voltage and damaging your new TV or Amiga the first thing you do. My post addresses the whys and wherefores of not connecting the voltage.

On one of my TVs it was a matter of pressing the AV/0 channel repeatedly to cycle through the Scart sockets and modes. On the other TVs and CRTs it worked right away.
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