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Zippster

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  1. This worked great for me. Took all of 5 minutes or so, including soldering in the header. Now I have another programmer for SMT AVR's that are already on the board. Thanks!
  2. Yeah, it takes me several days sometimes to respond. I get a lot of emails. I'm out for now. I should have more in a few weeks.
  3. Schematic? This is still 15.7khz video, so converters (with a scan-doubler in there somewhere) will have to be used to get it on a VGA monitor. Still, this is analogous to the RGB video on a CoCo3. Unfortunately as with the CoCo3, the composite artifacts relied on by most games wouldn't work, but high quality composite and s-video can be derived from RGB, perhaps using one of Analog Devices ICs. - Ed
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