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Old 29 March 2021, 17:55   #21
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Hi Solarmon,

Is Denise Pin 1 to the right in your diagram? That should clear the caps, but the height of the Pi in the adapter, combined with the height of the adapter in the Denise socket, may still cause problems with closing the lid.

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Sorry, only just saw your reply. Yes Denise pin 1 is the top right - the orientation of Denise is not changed by this adapter, just shifted up a bit.

I am not familiar with the CDTV motherboard and case layout, so it will be hard for me to judge what solution will be good.

I have various Pi relocation adapters, but this will be dependent on how the CDTV case fits as to whether it is suitable or not.
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Old 29 March 2021, 18:04   #22
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I do have the HDMI2RGB board working in the CDTV, case will close, when i get some spare time i will show it off. There is also another addon that i have done, not enough hours in the day.

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I tried fitting mine in the CDTV, one of the large capacitors stops it from being seated fully. Also the height of the combined board with the Pi would be too much and stop the lid from closing.


A breakout board for the Denise such as kipper2k's for the A600, and the HDMI/Pi boards on a ribbon would be a nice solution. It would be nice if these could be placed in the expansion bay with the HDMI connector on the back plate.


Else, a redesigned version with the Pi and HDMI boards laid out flat and on the other side of the Denise chip to the A500 version may work. Height might still be an issue though as it would sit over some existing socketed ICs.
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Sorry, only just saw your reply. Yes Denise pin 1 is the top right - the orientation of Denise is not changed by this adapter, just shifted up a bit.

I am not familiar with the CDTV motherboard and case layout, so it will be hard for me to judge what solution will be good.

I have various Pi relocation adapters, but this will be dependent on how the CDTV case fits as to whether it is suitable or not.
If you want any measurements taking, or a tester, I'd be glad to help
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I do have the HDMI2RGB board working in the CDTV, case will close, when i get some spare time i will show it off. There is also another addon that i have done, not enough hours in the day.
That sounds excellent! The CDTV would be great with HDMI out, I think it would look factory fitted if broken out on the expansion back plate.
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