Kjmann Posted April 13, 2009 Share Posted April 13, 2009 (edited) After some careful thought and some trial and error, I have come up with a design for a Video Adapter for the Atari ST/TT systems that will provide S-Video and Composite Video for all Atari ST/TT systems that use the DIN 13 pin Video Port. This Unit Will Work Even if your ST/TT Does not Have an RF Modulator Built in. This Adapter not only provides a Beautiful S-video Signal and a Decent Composite Signal, but will only cost about $60 USD as a complete unit. (not just a board with components) It also fixes the problem with over Drivin signals coming from the RGB lines. So the Picture you get will be Bright and Crisp with no blurred Colors or that Grainy look. As an Atari ST User Of many years I have always taken note of the fact that not only is it expensive to buy a refurbished monitor (shipping etc.) but It is also very inconvenient to have an extra monitor set up in the house. This unit works in NTSC only (I'm Still working on a PAL version). The S-Video is so Good on this that I can't hardly tell the difference between the adapter and an Original SC1224 RGB monitor. I don't know how soon that I will have them available but I hoping to have them ready to ship to Video61 no later than Mid May. Here's a mock up of what the Unit will look like completed Edited April 13, 2009 by kjmann Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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