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Old 21 September 2020, 17:19   #1
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New CDTV expansions


I dunno if this is of any interest to many people but Spaniard Amiga dude Edu Arana has created lots of (short runs) of Amiga products recently and I noticed two for the CDTV.

A replacement for the UHF/composite or SCART (CD-1321) video output board. If you've ever bought a CDTV with nothing in this slot you know what a pain it is as the 23-pin video port isn't live without something in this slot.

As well as a 15-pin VGA (15KHz) output (perfect for OSSC) it has an SD card slot for anyone lucky enough to have a Vampire A500 or similar CPU adapter card with the correct header. And an experimental Serial->Wifi feature (not sure where the aerial goes)


He also makes (or is making) a CDTV SCSI card with integrated SCSI2SD and Mouse/Joystick ports


Plus take a browse at the other things he makes for Commodore and Atari computers.

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