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Thread: MCE2VGA and Amstrad PC1512?

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    Default MCE2VGA and Amstrad PC1512?

    Just an idle thought... Has anyone got a PC1512 to output video using an MCE2VGA rather than its original monitor? (You'd have to provide an alternative source of power too, of course).

    The PC1512 video pinout is here - 8-pin DIN socket and (unlike CGA) uses composite sync rather than separate horizontal and vertical sync.

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    I can imagine the FPGA can be reprogrammed to accommodate composite sync if it doesn't support it out of of the box. The composite H&V sync pin should be connected to pin 13 on the VGA connector.

    If it doesn't work and the creator doesn't want to support it, then you could try this :
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