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Anyone else tried the new lumacode adapter?


dabone

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After a failed attempt to get HDMI from my 99/4a using a rgb adapter with a RGBtoHDMI, I grabbed one of the brand new TMSdigitizer from C0pperdragon.

It looks great, (I had scanlines turned on in the picture.)

 

I've now got digital out for most of my vintage collection now.

The TI was the last of the major brand machines I have that I didn't have a adapter for.

 

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Yep, that's the one.

 

He sells it on tindie. It needs a external RGBtoHDMI adapter, using either his lumacode only board, or a analog board.

I've got a c128, Atari 800xl, and now the TI with lumacode adapters. So I just use one external box for all of them (It also works on the composite out of the ZX81 (Timex TS1000 in the USA))

 

I've been going a bit overboard with converting to digital out in the last year. 

 

C64 - HDMI - Vic II Kawari Large - Case mod for rgb and HDMI out
C128 - Lumacode - Uses RF output connector
C128 RGB - RGB2HDMI - TTL Buffer Board - DB9 on rear of computer.
TS1000 (ZX81) - RGB2HDMI - Analog Board, Straight from composite mod.
ATARI 800xl - Lumacode - Uses RF output connector
TI99/4a - Lumacode - Uses Din Connector, Needs pigtail
Apple IIe - RGB2HDMI - Internal Wiring to Motherboard, DB25 connector on rear, 12bit TTL Board
Apple IIGS - RGB2HDMI - Internal Wiring to Motherboard, DB25 connector on rear, 12bit TTL Board
Amiga 500 - RGB2HDMI - Internal RGB2HDMI board, with HDMI Full size breakout on case bracket
Amiga 2000 - RGB2HDMI - Internal RGB2HDMI board, with HDMI Full size breakout on case bracket
Coco 3 - RGB2HDMI - External Connector to Analog Board
Coco 2 - RGB2HDMI - Internal Connector to Analog Board (Wires hanging out the back)
Atari 520STFM - RGB2HDMI - Internal Wiring to Motherboard or interposer board, still haven't figured out getting out of the case, 12bit TTL Board
IBM 5150/5160/5162 - RGB2HDMI - DB9 to TTL buffer Board.

 

 

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