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  1. I'm wondering if anyone l knows a good composite (red/white/yellow) to hdmi converter, one that prevents the display from blurring as it upscales.
  2. From the album: ADTX 2.5inch SCSI to IDE HD adapter

    ADTX 2.5inch SCSI to IDE HD adapter, hard drive above with adapter attached below
  3. Already covered? I tried a search, but came up negative. In the 80s, I used EPYX Fun With Art on my 800XL to create a lot of raster images. I still have them saved on floppy disk. I know I can boot a ROM of Fun With Art through emulation, and open these files in a Windows environment. Then I can just use a screen grab to get access to the bitmaps in modern software. However, I am wondering if there are any Windows-based image viewers that can open, or convert, these pics as-is. I have them saved on floppies in *.pic format. However, I am wondering if they should be renamed with the *.fwa extension. Thanks for the feedback.
  4. Since I have begun dabbling in programming for the Atari 2600, I have become interested in running a PAL system for testing purposes. I have one wood-grain 4-switch NTSC VCS, and there are multiple PAL VCS's for sale on eBay at reasonable prices. My main question is about displaying the signal. I obviously don't have a PAL CRT, and the only way to get one would be to pay a fortune to ship one from across the pond. Not to mention that I would need to power it with the proper voltage at 50Hz. I have heard that the Commodore 64 1080/1084 monitors will accept PAL signals, though (I think), but getting a PAL CRT is pretty much out of the question for now. I was thinking of instead getting a signal converter so I could display the picture on a NTSC CRT, something like in this video. It seems too good to be true, but could something as inexpensive as this converter be all I need? One other question. I noticed that my power supply converts from 110V 60Hz to 9v DC. If I plug a PAL system into a US wall outlet, will it work properly? Or will I need a different power supply? I would assume that both NTSC and PAL systems run at 9V, but I may be wrong.
  5. Before anybody starts trolling about using CRTs over PC monitors, I just want to know if anyone on here has used a modded Atari with the Enko Composite to HDMI converter or something similar and had it work on a modern LCD/LED PC Monitor. I need to record some gameplay, so its important that I can use a PC Monitor. What I have currently is an ASUS VE247H. I know the converter works with my SNES and Sega Model 1 (but only with the 32X hooked up to it). I do not have a modded Atari though, and was wanting to know if I got mine modded, if it would work as well.
  6. Hi, I used to collect Atari computers and PCs of similar age and I've been getting rid of most of my old collection since I've fallen out of the hobby. I really like the way the SM124 monitor I have looks though and was wondering if there was any way to connect a vga or other sort of slightly more updated video connection to it. I've found adapters online but they all seem to be so that you can use a VGA monitor with an Atari ST, I'm searching for the opposite of that basically. Any information about adapters, mods, or why what I'm asking isn't feasible or practical would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  7. SCR2PC - Convert ZX Spectrum bitmap pictures into ColecoVision bitmap pictures by Daniel Bienvenu aka NewColeco January 2017 There are lots of cool ZX Spectrum pictures released as .scr or .mlt files and tools to make them. Technical Information ZX Spectrum bitmap screens are 256x192 pixels, same for the ColecoVision. ZX Spectrum graphics files are composed of PATTERN and COLOR data tables, same for the ColecoVision. ZX color palette is composed of 15 colors, same for the ColecoVision, but the colors are not the same. The video chip TMS9928 inside ColecoVision do not have two different magenta and two different cyan colors. ZX PATTERN and COLOR data are structured differently, bytes in a different order between them and different than how ColecoVision handles it. Considering all the similarities and differences, I've coded the following simple graphics converter tool. This converter support both .SCR and .MLT files and can generate PATTERN and COLOR data into two files instead of one .PC file. This solution is a CLI (command line interface) written in C. CV Paint 2 can load and ZX Spectrum pictures as well but is no more supported. Example ZX Spectrum Space Harrier title screen by MAC, 2014. Download SCR2PC Version 0.3 (EXE, SRC, BATCH FILE): scr2pc.zip Change log: Fixed typos SCR2PC Version 0.2 (EXE, SRC, BATCH FILE): scr2pc.zip Change log: Added multiple palettes SCR2PC Version 0.1 (EXE, SRC, BATCH FILE): scr2pc.zip Various Links Convert PowerPaint pictures into PC files Simple ColecoVision PC viewer (in Java) Atarimax Coleco Ultimate SD Multicart Gallery: ZX Art Tool: Image to ZX Spec v2.0
  8. ** UPDATE ** I DON'T HAVE ANY MORE "NTDE" BRAND CONVERTERS; BUT I MIGHT HAVE OTHER USED ONES AVAILABLE IN GENERIC BRANDS, SO JUST PING ME IN ANY CASE! THANK YOU! --------------------------------- Hi! I have some FAMICOM to NES converters for sale. (I might be getting more) They are in great condition, they look almost unused - contacts are sharp and bright. Tested in NTSC NES and famiclone - working fine. They show a little bit of storage wear. Brand is NTDE so it's not a very "cheap" item. They come boxed. Box has wear and might have some torn parts. Price for each converter is $26.99 USD. Shipping costs are $5 USD to USA and $7 USD rest of the world with the exception of Australia, Japan, Russia which is $9 USD. Item ships from Mexico - You're dealing with a honest Gamer, so don't worry. Payment is through paypal. PM me for details if interested. Thank you!!
  9. Since I have begun dabbling in programming for the Atari 2600, I have become interested in running a PAL system for testing purposes. I have one wood-grain 4-switch NTSC VCS, and there are multiple PAL VCS's for sale on eBay at reasonable prices. My main question is about displaying the signal. I obviously don't have a PAL CRT, and the only way to get one would be to pay a fortune to ship one from across the pond. Not to mention that I would need to power it with the proper voltage at 50Hz. I have heard that the Commodore 64 1080/1084 monitors will accept PAL signals, though (I think), but getting a PAL CRT is pretty much out of the question for now. I was thinking of instead getting a signal converter so I could display the picture on a NTSC CRT, something like in this video. It seems too good to be true, but could something as inexpensive as this converter be all I need? One other question. I noticed that my power supply converts from 110V 60Hz to 9v DC. If I plug a PAL system into a US wall outlet, will it work properly? Or will I need a different power supply? I would assume that both NTSC and PAL systems run at 9V, but I may be wrong.
  10. PC2BMP - Convert ColecoVision bitmap pictures into Microsoft 16 colors bitmap files by Daniel Bienvenu aka NewColeco January 2017 Technical information Simply put, it generates a valid BMP file, 256x192 pixels, 16 custom colors, 4 bits per pixels, according to BMP file format specifications. The color palette used here is a compromise between colors a bit washed out calculated with the TMS9928 video chip technical information and colors too saturated used on several emulators. Also, this color palette makes a distinction between transparent and black colors with its black color being slightly brighter (RGB values 8, 8, 8 for black, and 0, 0, 0 for transparent). Usage pc2bmp [-y] source.pc -o destination.bmp Samples Yuki's ColecoVision Smurf Challenge - extracted from original project as a .pc file and converted to .bmp youki smurf challenge.bmp Rion's ZX Spectrum Unreal - converted from ZX .scr file to .pc with scr2pc and then to .bmp rion Unreal.bmp Download PC2BMP Version 0.1 (EXE, SRC, BATCH FILE): pc2bmp.zip
  11. i'm looking for .txt (basic) to .caq tokenizers, just like zmakebas (for zx-spectrum - http://www.svgalib.org/rus/zmakebas.html ) do someone know where tools like this can be find, or which kind of documentation can be useful for us starting coding it? ( and btw, is there somewhere some ready type-in aquarius-basic snippets to test with it? )
  12. Hey everyone, This was in a lot of miscellaneous retro gaming stuff that I recently acquired, Ive never seen one and was wondering if anyone could help me identify it. It's stamped ElecronicArts and has Atari type controller ports, 4 ins and 2 outs. Thanks
  13. Hi There, I have just developed a converter for the Amiga computer. This way you can connect your Amiga to a modern monitor or TV without having to use that annoying composite / tv interface. It's not done yet, as you can see, but I am pretty far along the project. Have a look . I will update this thread when I have updates. Regards, StaringL
  14. Hello, I'm hoping this is the right section because I found this little interesting thing that I think is for TI computers, and I'd like a little info on it. Here's a picture... I am under the impression that this is an adapter for TI computers, and looking for a little backup on that. From what I can tell, it looks like all it does is pull some pins from each controller and route them to other pins in a different, combined configuration. Not owning a TI computer, I'm not sure it has any use to me. I might sell it, but with something this old and dirty who knows if it works. I'd appreciate any info on this thing so I can make a more educated decision, and I'd really like to know if there's any way to safely test this thing, see if it's still working. I had a thought to test it on an Atari 2600, but I wouldn't want to risk shorting anything unless I was certain it would be harmless.
  15. So I see there is no one selling a Uthernet II anywhere on the net. So I was wondering has anyone use a Ethernet to Serial box like, "https://www.amazon.com/SainSmart-Ethernet-Intelligent-Communication-Converter/dp/B008BGLUHW"with an Apple //e. thx
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