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27680Re: [midatlanticretro] C64 Help

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  • Ray Sills
    Oct 11, 2012
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      And, the C-64 had an RF modulator on board, so you could connect it to
      a TV set that receives NTSC (analog) signals. Most TV sets, even
      todays flat panel HD TV units will accept analog signals.

      73 de Ray

      On Oct 11, 2012, at 8:54 PM, joshbensadon wrote:

      > I'm trying to get my C64 to output colour on my 1702 Monitor.
      > Searched the web, but can't find the exact answers.
      > The C64 outputs Video, Luminance, Chrominance and Audio through the
      > 8 or 5 pin DIN connector.
      > I am guessing that I have the wrong cable or wrong monitor.
      > I suspect the 1702 Monitor was mainly used with the VIC-20 which
      > didn't supply seperate Luminance/Chroma signals. The cable I have
      > expects the monitor to receive these signals seperately but the 1702
      > accepts them together in the NTSC format.
      > I guess they can just be combined using a resistor network, anyone
      > have suggested values I should use?
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