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Old 31 July 2019, 20:01   #41
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That 1260 is a thing of beauty
You forgot:


"And a joy forever.."
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Old 01 August 2019, 10:42   #42
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You forgot:

"And a joy forever.."

Been watching too much EEVBlog?


Also, is your handle related to the LCMS company Agilent?
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Old 15 May 2020, 01:54   #43
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here is their website, but all the links for warp boards do nothing, I've sent a message via their contact form to ask how to purchase, lets see if they reply..
http://www.amigawarp.eu/index.php
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Old 16 May 2020, 09:41   #44
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Nice to see their home page address
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Old 20 May 2020, 13:53   #45
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The site has been updated with more info.

Wondering whether the scandoubler input only works with the scandoubler they're working on, or whether I can route a indivision output into it as well?
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Old 20 May 2020, 14:28   #46
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Retrocengo recently posted a video with updates and should have one for review shortly.

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Still annoying we still can’t buy one!
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Old 21 May 2020, 01:11   #48
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It's looking really good...
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Old 21 May 2020, 01:35   #49
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Yep looking forward to being able to order one of these.
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Yep looking forward to being able to order one of these.

I hope we'll eventually be able to order direct from their website because at the moment I don't see how to?
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Funding retro hobbies has to have some sanity. A lot of these developments are nice but when they cross a certain threshold, say $500, I have to tap out. Cool stuff but not justifiable for me.

I paid around $350 for the vampire a few years ago and I winced doing that.
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I livestreamed yesterday when I was testing my Warp 1260..

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tonight I will enjoy myself setting up my workbenchinstallation and play with it .. will be really fun!
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tonight I will enjoy myself setting up my workbenchinstallation and play with it .. will be really fun!

Ohhhhhh man!
In a box and all? Amazing guy you are...
I will not say « lucky » because you deserve it... I’ll look at this video tonight!
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I livestreamed yesterday when I was testing my Warp 1260..

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tonight I will enjoy myself setting up my workbenchinstallation and play with it .. will be really fun!
You should post a video of that too.
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I livestreamed yesterday when I was testing my Warp 1260..
If you have an indivision, can you check if you can connect that to the scandoubler input of the Warp1260? Or overall figure out what the pinout is, so, if needed, cables can be made to connect indivision to it. Would be a shame having to buy a new scandoubler.
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sadly I do not have one. but I can ask the CS guys..
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Old 21 May 2020, 20:56   #57
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You should post a video of that too.

my setup is sooo weird now. so cannot capture it. got the Amiga VGA routed to my KVM switch at my personal PC place..

and HDMI to my 2nd monitor. soo not that very "streamable"
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If you have an indivision, can you check if you can connect that to the scandoubler input of the Warp1260? Or overall figure out what the pinout is, so, if needed, cables can be made to connect indivision to it. Would be a shame having to buy a new scandoubler.
The answer I got is:

No, scandoubler input on the warp has QSPI standard. Protocol details are not yet developed.
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my setup is sooo weird now. so cannot capture it. got the Amiga VGA routed to my KVM switch at my personal PC place..

and HDMI to my 2nd monitor. soo not that very "streamable"
Then, how about some pictures to tell us about the relevant aspects and post them in this thread?
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well.. my left monitor is HDMI output. my right monitor is my windows PC and RGB output of my Amiga.. and I use my KVM switch to switch in the amiga to my monitor and also be able to use keyboard/mouse
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