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Old 03 September 2014, 23:13   #1
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New DVI A1200 Back plate for use with Indivision 1200Mk2cr

We have designed a new custom back plate for use with the Amiga 1200 and Indivision 1200Mk2cr. Production is now complete and the back plate is now available from AmigaKit.com

It fits into the rear trapdoor below the floppy disk drive and secures the DVI connector from the Indivision 1200Mk2cr





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Old 04 September 2014, 15:42   #2
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Also now added as a product option to the Indivision 1200MK2cr
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Old 06 September 2014, 11:22   #3
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Silly question...

Will this work with the original non cr IndivisionAGA DVI connector?

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Silly question...

Will this work with the original non cr IndivisionAGA DVI connector?

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Yes, if you have a proper DVI connector with hex screws that can be removed, so you can attach it to the back plate.

The DVI adapters (VGA to DVI) I have seen, normally dont have removable hex screws.
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Sorry, but I think that looks terrible once installed. Not a professional looking product at all.
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Sorry, but I think that looks terrible once installed. Not a professional looking product at all.
It looks fine once installed. Spose you would have to see it for yourself.
Its a solution to a problem, its secure and doesn't move.
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Thanks for your reply. My indi-mrk2 connector has removable hex screws, so it should work.

Does this new back plate screw to the amiga case like the old scsi plate did (with one screw)?
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Thanks for your reply. My indi-mrk2 connector has removable hex screws, so it should work.

Does this new back plate screw to the amiga case like the old scsi plate did (with one screw)?
Yes it does, we include screw.
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