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Graphics output for Classic Amiga, particularly the A600
Posted on 11-Nov-2021 17:41:13
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From: Plymouth, MI

Greetings,
It has been a long time since I sold off my Amigas but I am thinking of getting back into them. The Classic Amigas, particularly the 1000,A500, and A600 were limited by their graphics chip and output through a VGA cable. Is there a way to improve the graphics output of these machines to at least let them use a different standard of connector (HDMI, Display port, etc) or a better graphics in addition to the connector?

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