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Old 30 August 2020, 22:32   #1
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Amiga Video Adapter - RGB to VGA SVGA (BUFFERED) with DB23 ORIGINAL - PCB INSIDE!O_o

...The best Amiga RGB-VGA adapter on the WEB with original D-SUB DB23 female...

This is the ONLY VIDEO ADAPTER realized on PCB board (buffered) and with ORIGIANL DB23 Female : no DB25 cutted!
This is real professional RGB-VGA adapter for your AMIGA



>>> ...take your time and check all the pictures...check the real and original DB23 PIN <<<




ADAPTER FEATURES
1) D-SUB DB23-pin female (ORIGINAL COMMODORE) to DB15-pin HD female.
2) All connection realized with high quality PCB (no wired!)
3) Backshell cover adapter is DB25-DB15
4) Buffered/unbuffered option available



DESCRIPTION
This adapter allows you to connect a VGA/SVGA* or Multiscan monitor to your Amiga RGB port.
This is fully buffered for Commodore-Amiga 500, 500+, 600, 1200 or "big box" Amiga systems (not Amiga 4000 because back cover shell DB23 is needed).
This adapter allows you to use the following display modes:



DBLPal
DBLNTSC
Euro 36Hz and 72Hz
Super72
Multiscan/Productivity
VGA Only
*SVGA





IMPORTANT NOTE:

*SVGA monitor must be able to sync the Amiga's 15Khz signal (most CRT monitors have no problem doing this). Some LCD monitors such as DELL U2410 or BENQ BL702A sync down and support 15Khz- check your monitor specifications for more information.
If your monitor does not support 15KHz, then you will not get a picture until the software drivers are installed and workbench is loaded.




PRICE (with Paypal friend)

Buffer option --> 12€
Unbuffered --> 11€



SHIPPING PRICE
EU: 5,50€
Worlwide: 7,50€



With Paypal traditional +6% on total amount for fees


@Update 9 October
From today new cover shell available..I like it!. In the last image you can see the old Cover
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Old 04 September 2020, 21:52   #2
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New super price for all ;-)
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Old 09 October 2020, 10:36   #4
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From today new cover shell available

Up today 56pcs sold from here . Thanks!
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Old 17 October 2020, 09:36   #5
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Liked the new cover very much..boom of requests thank you very much and for the trust!

83 buffered adapters (of which 15 unbuffered) sold to date only here

Worldwide up to 563 pcs in two months! (with also other forum and the most popular electronic baia)
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Old 20 October 2020, 22:14   #6
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Hi Axel, one question I don't understand. It shows price *with shipping included* but then below there are prices for shipping. Is it included or not?

I am interested in an adapter, an dwould like to know final price with shipping to Argentina.

Thanks!
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Old 22 October 2020, 21:29   #7
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Hi Axel, one question I don't understand. It shows price *with shipping included* but then below there are prices for shipping. Is it included or not?

I am interested in an adapter, an dwould like to know final price with shipping to Argentina.

Thanks!
Yes you are right

Now is corrected

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Old 23 October 2020, 01:12   #8
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What are the advantages/disadvantages unbufferd vs. buffered? And how does this compare with the silver-colored C= one that shipped with the 1084?
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Old 23 October 2020, 11:53   #9
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Unbuffered is enough for Amiga 500 500+ 600 and 1200.

For other system Sync buffering is needed..so Amiga 2000,4000 and other Amiga big box.

Without buffered option you wouldn't see anything with an Amiga big box like 2000,4000,ecc
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Old 23 October 2020, 14:44   #10
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Unbuffered is enough for Amiga 500 500+ 600 and 1200.

For other system Sync buffering is needed..so Amiga 2000,4000 and other Amiga big box.

Without buffered option you wouldn't see anything with an Amiga big box like 2000,4000,ecc

If you want to play with the extra screen (>15kHz VGA type) modes offered by AGA you require one for the A1200 or CD32 if you have a riser with a DB23 port on the back
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Old 23 October 2020, 15:50   #11
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If you want to play with the extra screen (>15kHz VGA type) modes offered by AGA you require one for the A1200 or CD32 if you have a riser with a DB23 port on the back
Thank you very much for the information.

On the other hand, with all the outgoing facilities it is difficult to know them all and the support of the community is essential
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Old 30 October 2020, 22:46   #12
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Bought I am assuming the buffered version works fine on an A500
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While I do have a 15kHz capable monitor, how exactly does one get it working with 31kHz ones? Do you have to configure something on workbench? And if so, is it just a matter of waiting on boot until it gets into that configured mode for the image to appear?
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This is fully buffered for Commodore-Amiga 500, 500+, 600, 1200 or "big box" Amiga systems (not Amiga 4000 because back cover shell DB23 is needed).

What does this mean in relation to the Amiga 4000? Is the back cover shell you provide too big, not big enough, or something?
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While I do have a 15kHz capable monitor, how exactly does one get it working with 31kHz ones? Do you have to configure something on workbench? And if so, is it just a matter of waiting on boot until it gets into that configured mode for the image to appear?
The best solution is video card converter like GBS8200 or other video card converter
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What does this mean in relation to the Amiga 4000? Is the back cover shell you provide too big, not big enough, or something?
It is possible to use it with Amiga 4000 but I have to cut a little bit the hood on the corner because on the rear side of A4000 you have the distance between RGB port and audio connector designed for DB23 Hood.

If necessary I'll add another adapter with Hood modified but always with DB23 female original!

So..my answer is--? yes..I can do it
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Just for your information, I've received it, thank you !
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Just for your information, I've received it, thank you !
You're welcome
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