CatPix Posted November 24, 2022 Share Posted November 24, 2022 (edited) Yes! I have never seen an Agat, those are rare, cost alot and shipping almost as much (as you can expect from a 80's computer made of metal). I read that the AGAT use a "standard television with SCART" so you can assume it uses a regular RGBi output, like the Orel BK (Spectrum clone) and the Eletronika BK (PDP-11) does. Some computers like the Lviv PC-01, Vector 06C and Poisk use RGB TTL (the Poisk being a XT clone, it make sense). Mikrosha were "computer kits" so the best I can say is "probably depends of the one you'll pick" For power supplies, most I've seen use external ones. The AGAT will probably use an internal one. Mikrosha will almost certainly use an external one. AFAIK all Soviet computers I have seen use 5V, 12V+5V power supplies, making them easy to replace. Schools models ( Ш -Sh )may come with a power supply fed with 24V DC instead of 220V AC, making them usable anywhere (if you wanna bother with two power supplies). Edited November 24, 2022 by CatPix 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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