D subminiture connectors Re: Anyone recognize this PCB?
josefcub at gmail.com
Fri Aug 18 15:33:52 CDT 2006
Don't forget the
On 8/18/06, der Mouse <mouse at rodents.montreal.qc.ca> wrote:
Thank you for the education. I always thought DB was just the
designation of the shell style. >_>
> I also don't know whether there are any other sizes with names. Other
> sizes, though rare, do exist; for example, NeXT used a D-shell
> connector of an odd size, with something like 19 pins, to drive their
> greyscale video displays.
Or the 19 pin D sub connector for later Apple II (and Macintosh) disk
drives, Amiga drives, etc.
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