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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
   posted by amigakit on 7-Dec-2023 15:29:52 (691 reads)
RGB to HDMI adapter for Amiga 500 - RGB2HDMI

The Amiga RGB to HDMI adapter connects a HDMI TV or monitor to an Amiga 500 or 500 Plus. Amiga native graphics can be displayed through HDMI. A low cost way of playing games and using the Amiga with a modern HDMI television or monitor.

To function it requires a Raspberry Pi Zero to be connected to the adapter board and microSD card. These are available as optional extras.

This adapter is plugged into the Denise socket on the Amiga 500 motherboard and in turn the Denise chip is piggybacked into the 48-pin socket on the adapter board.

We also offer optional push switch cable used for menu access functions.

Features:

Native Amiga RGB screenmodes displayed through HDMI
Pixel perfect image through digital HDMI
Display menu options: Add/remove scanlines, image softening etc.
Low latency: a few milliseconds at most
Support for both Denise 8362 and Super Denise 8373 chips (jumper underside to configure)






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DiscreetFX 
Re: RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
Posted on 7-Dec-2023 18:35:03
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Nice, thank you, even the humble but best selling A500 gets HDMI!

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Last edited by DiscreetFX on 07-Dec-2023 at 06:37 PM.


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Re: RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
Posted on 8-Dec-2023 6:53:57
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The screenshots at Amigakit show the old version of the RGB2HDMI with TTL components, while the description refers to V2, which uses a CPLD and offers a much more stable image.

So which version is being sold by Amigakit?

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Re: RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
Posted on 11-Dec-2023 1:47:07
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@AmigaKit

This works without issues on the Amiga 1000 & CDTV as well right?


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Re: RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
Posted on 17-Dec-2023 18:50:02
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Agree need to know if it is the new version ..

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Mikasa 
Re: RGB to HDMI Adapter at low price RGB2HDMI
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I've been looking for a solution to connect my Amiga 500 to a modern HDMI display, pokedoku and this RGB to HDMI adapter seems like the perfect fit.

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