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Old 12 March 2018, 00:09   #1
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A1200 tv/sounds to hdmi or normal Ariel

Hi. I have a modern tv and unfortunately no rgb, scart etc. Just my normal Ariel in out which I also use for my digital tv and my hdmi ports. What do I need to get to play my a1200?
Old 12 March 2018, 09:19   #2
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The best solution IMO (what I use myself):

Indivision AGA MkII:

GBS-8220 (your experience may vary):

RGB SCART to HDMI converter (not too good IMO):
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For an aerial connection:
Most modern digital TVs still have an international analogue tuner included so they can be sold in markets that still have analogue broadcasts. Just connect the Amiga 1200 RF output to the TV's aerial connection and manually tune in the analogue channel. An Amiga 1200 should have sound already mixed in on its RF output.

For HDMI connection via one of the Indivision AGA versions there will probably be no sound via the HDMI link. You can add the missing Amiga 1200 sound to the Indivision AGA HDMI connection by using a special HDMI sound injector module.
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