TTL RGB ==> PC
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 8 18:32:00 CST 2007
--- Ensor <classiccmp at memory-alpha.org.uk> wrote:
> > These are presumably composite color PAL units
> >(Australia). Have any idea what would go into a
> >PAL-NTSC converter (how many (roughly) and what
> >type of components)?
> I vaguely recall from my Apple ][ days, that at
> least the early
> (pre-Europlus?) machines were NTSC only. To use them
> in Europe we had to fit
> an Apple NTSC->PAL converter card into one of the
> expansion slots.
> It wasn't a perfect conversion, but was "good
> I'm wondering whether the circuit could be modified
> to convert PAL->NTSC for
> this application. I remember seeing the circuit
> diagram in one of the
> machines' user manuals, so it's probably online
Right this occurred to me. It seems to me it would
make much more sense to modify some passive components
(I would assume) inside the box instead of hacking
some kind of converter together. But maybe you're
right, they'll be NTSC out of the box.
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