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    Default Amiga Video Adapter - RGB to VGA SVGA (BUFFERED) with DB23 ORIGINAL - PCB INSIDE!O_o

    ...The best Amiga RGB-VGA adapter on the WEB..with original D-SUB DB23 female

    This is the ONLY VIDEO ADAPTER realized on PCB board (buffered) and with ORIGIANL DB23 Female : no DB25 cutted!


    >>> ...take your time and check all the pictures...check the real and original DB23 PIN <<<




    ADAPTER FEATURES
    1) D-SUB DB23-pin female (ORIGINAL COMMODORE) to DB15-pin HD female.
    2) All connection realized with high quality PCB (no wired!)
    3) Backshell cover adapter is DB25-DB15
    4) Buffered/unbuffered option available


    DESCRIPTION
    This adapter allows you to connect a VGA/SVGA* or Multiscan monitor to your Amiga RGB port.
    This is fully buffered for Commodore-Amiga 500, 500+, 600, 1200 or "big box" Amiga systems (not Amiga 4000 because back cover shell DB23 is needed).
    This adapter allows you to use the following display modes:



    • DBLPal
    • DBLNTSC
    • Euro 36Hz and 72Hz
    • Super72
    • Multiscan/Productivity
    • VGA Only






    IMPORTANT NOTE:


    *SVGA monitor must be able to sync the Amiga's 15Khz signal (most CRT monitors have no problem doing this). Some LCD monitors such as DELL U2410 or BENQ BL702A sync down and support 15Khz- check your monitor specifications for more information.
    If your monitor does not support 15KHz, then you will not get a picture until the software drivers are installed and workbench is loaded.




    PRICE with Paypal friend

    Buffer option --> 21€ --> 15€
    No Buffer --> 19€ --> 14€



    SHIPPING PRICE
    EU: 5,50€
    Worlwide: 7,50€


    With Paypal traditional +6% on total amount for fees



    Other items available for Amiga

    DB23 Female connector for RGB port
    http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php...-New-old-stock



    @Update 9 October 2020

    New Cover shell available...I like it!
    Check the last picture in order to compare NEW Vs OLD


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    What's the difference between buffered and unbuffered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jvidia View Post
    What's the difference between buffered and unbuffered?
    Hi
    As you can see from the picture one and two...the first has IC on board...the second picture is without IC

    Anyway buffered is necessary for big box Amiga

    Unbuffered version is enough for Amiga 500/600/1200..but if you want you can use also the buffered version

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvidia View Post
    What's the difference between buffered and unbuffered?
    Since I was for a long time wondering what the electrical diff was : the buffered version runs the rgb twice through the 74 chip flipping the signal twice and through that "bosting" the signal strenght since the 74 chip is powered by the rgb ports +5 volt pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technoid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jvidia View Post
    What's the difference between buffered and unbuffered?
    Since I was for a long time wondering what the electrical diff was : the buffered version runs the rgb twice through the 74 chip flipping the signal twice and through that "bosting" the signal strenght since the 74 chip is powered by the rgb ports +5 volt pin.
    Buffered results in a better image quality?
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    Interested in 2x buffered version!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldman1000 View Post
    Interested in one
    PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by deetsay View Post
    Interested in 2x buffered version!

    PM sent

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    I'd like to buy two of the buffered adapters, but I'm unclear how much (in US Dollars) to send and what address to send it to. Any help is appreciated!

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