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Old 17 January 2007, 05:02   #1
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FA: Xrgb Upscan converter (scandoubler)

I'm auctioning off an xgrb-2 unit at ebay. I know I should post this in the ebay links thread, but it seems dead or removed ? so it's here, feel free to move it.

xgrbs are made for the japanese console market aimed at people who want to use their consoles with a pc compatible screen. Of course nothing prevents you from using this baby with an Amiga with a correct cable . I'm selling this unit because I need the money and I can get another one very easily here in japan.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=150082083908
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I'm auctioning off an xgrb-2 unit at ebay. I know I should post this in the ebay links thread, but it seems dead or removed ? so it's here, feel free to move it.

xgrbs are made for the japanese console market aimed at people who want to use their consoles with a pc compatible screen. Of course nothing prevents you from using this baby with an Amiga with a correct cable . I'm selling this unit because I need the money and I can get another one very easily here in japan.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=150082083908
What sort of cable would I need to go from an Amiga 1200 (with VGA adaptor) to an LCD? Is one included?
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Old 17 January 2007, 05:17   #3
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you need a japanese scart - amiga rgb 23 pin cable. I have a self made cable, which I can offer for 20$, but I really don't recommend it its crap and flaky, you better build one yourself with the instructions you can find here :

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=26751

if the auction goes up high enough, I can be motivated to build a solid cable though.(if you provide me the rare 23 pin socket)
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coze if you are short of cash you can always reject to buy that CV64 you won on ebay and let me take it as the second highest bidder....
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Old 17 January 2007, 13:01   #5
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sorry it's already on it's way to japan
Actually I was selling this to pay for some books & software I won at ebay, but the seller has just disappeared after a series of negative feedbacks !

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWN:IT&ih=018
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