Falonn Posted July 10, 2020 Share Posted July 10, 2020 TMS-RGB is an RGB mod for Colecovision (or anything else that uses TMS992xA graphics). It's completely analog, introduces zero latency, works in NTSC and PAL systems, doesn't require any tuning, and can be installed easily. It's Open Source Hardware and can be built (and sold!) by anyone. We've been working on it over in the other thread since February and it's finally ready to officially launch! Ruggers Customs was kind enough to test a few of the v2 boards against dozens of combinations of Colecovision motherboard revision and RGB cable/receiver. Everything came back with a clean bill of health (with the exception of an HD Retrovision YPbPr adapter which behaved poorly compared to every other test). This mod solves the known issues---including the dreaded "too much blue" problem---of all known RGB mods. Full Information Website: https://tms-rgb.com The website contains a lot of stuff including a list of installers, a list of people selling pre-assembled boards, DIY installation instructions, and from-scratch board assembly instructions. Highlights include: watching my shaky hands with tweezers, watching my shaky hands with a soldering iron, some diagrams showing a couple of the possible output jack connections, a little tool to automatically build a full Digi-Key shopping cart with all components (for however many boards you want to build) in one click, and a video on the front page that I had too much fun recording and editing. The development story page may also be of particular interest to the community here, as you are featured in it! Let's call this the official support thread for anyone building or installing one. Feedback I'd love to hear about: anything that is unclear or missing in any of the guides. A special thanks, again, to ChildOfCv, MrPix, and Ruggers Customs. 12 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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