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The rgb2hdmi project will be adding Intellivision (60Hz) support to the next release.

 

https://github.com/hoglet67/RGBtoHDMI/wiki

 

This project uses a Raspberry Pi Zero plus a custom hat, to provide HDMI video for many different retro systems.

 

Installation requires soldering 5 lines of a 10 pin ribbon cable to the AY-3-8195

 

Sadly, sound is not routed thru HDMI. But the project is investigating ways to do this in the future.

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This looks very nice.  Though lack of sound is an issue.  I have an HDMI solution on my 8-bit Atari and it also lacks sound but that was resolved by connecting a speaker to the monitor jack (which the Intellivision lacks).  Looking forward to see how this progresses.

 

Couldn't help but notice the Liu Cixin books in the background.  Loved that series.

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On 12/9/2021 at 4:35 PM, tlindner said:

The rgb2hdmi project will be adding Intellivision (60Hz) support to the next release.

 

https://github.com/hoglet67/RGBtoHDMI/wiki

 

This project uses a Raspberry Pi Zero plus a custom hat, to provide HDMI video for many different retro systems.

 

Installation requires soldering 5 lines of a 10 pin ribbon cable to the AY-3-8195

 

Sadly, sound is not routed thru HDMI. But the project is investigating ways to do this in the future.

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Cool looking product, I wonder if it would work for the Intv 2?  Looking forward to seeing this progress!  Thank you for sharing!

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