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New video upgrade coming soon!

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Shipping to the UK is no problem. I'll get the list compiled soon so everyone can verify that I have things right.

 

A few more pictures:

 

GTIA 9 bars on the scope (luma capture)

Rev C's Composite output on a Samsung LCD TV

 

Plus, a couple artifacting pictures showing the limits of the adjustment. The green/purple is the recommended setting, as it aligns the chroma and luma signals most accurately.

 

-Bry

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Shipping to the UK is no problem. I'll get the list compiled soon so everyone can verify that I have things right.

 

-Bry

So is this product going to be advertised in the store.

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So is this product going to be advertised in the store.

Yes. The plan is that the 2nd batch will go to the store.

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I am guessing that this device will also prevent the "black line" present when transitioning from GTIA lum 7 to 8 (believe caused from the NMOS transition from 0111 to 1000 taking additional time)? Could we see a GTIA9 screen with the 16 lumas in columns?

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What is the final price per unit (complete, NTSC) plus the estimated shipping to the U.S.? I am thinking I need 4 but still need to count the machines and decide what I want to upgrade.

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What is the final price per unit (complete, NTSC) plus the estimated shipping to the U.S.? I am thinking I need 4 but still need to count the machines and decide what I want to upgrade.

 

Shipping won't be much, it'll ship in a tiny box and it weighs almost nothing. I'll get around to actual shipping prices when I can.

 

I am guessing that this device will also prevent the "black line" present when transitioning from GTIA lum 7 to 8 (believe caused from the NMOS transition from 0111 to 1000 taking additional time)? Could we see a GTIA9 screen with the 16 lumas in columns?

 

Hey Stephen, yes this is what the reclocking is for- to provide a window for all the LUM bits to settle before new data is displayed.

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I'll take 3 full boards,

 

2600 (Sears Video Arcade II)

 

5200

 

7800

 

Thanks!

Hi, I'd recommend the full board for the 5200 and the no-connectors board for the others since they cannot be plugged into a 4050 socket.

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I want one full board (PAL) but with not soldered connector (this green one with screws) but of course in box. Shipping to Poland (Europe).

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Will these be available later? I may need to purchase additional boards in the future.

 

 

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Nice. The text looks crisp and lacking the annoying cycle/refresh noise that so many later machines get regardless of output type.

Also great to have the luma transition sorted out as an extra bonus.

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AtariBuff and myself would combine the order to save on shipping.

 

 

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Am interested in one to the UK (PAL) for my 65XE. I assumed the smearing when capturing from my XE was down to bad caps, had no idea it could be fixed with a drop in replacement.

 

Please put me down for one. I assume you accept Paypal?

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I'd like to put myself down for one complete unit for a PAL 800XL, with postage to Australia please.

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Well I looks like I can order a PAL video upgrade also.

So put me down for two (2), one the NTSC 800 xl and, one for my PAL 800xl.

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Hi, I'd recommend the full board for the 5200 and the no-connectors board for the others since they cannot be plugged into a 4050 socket.

 

Oh, I wasn't following which can be done with what. I'll have to revise my order, too, then. Hrm. Maybe I'll wait until they're in the store to order the bulk of them.

 

I'll just order two full kits, one for the 5200 and one for the 1200XL.

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For now, you don't need to commit to which type you want and you can make changes up until the end of the month. I'll be posting more installation details and you can decide which will work best. I just need a rough estimate so I have enough on hand and for budgeting time to build them.

 

For this first month, you may also order a custom configuration (any combination of the socket pins, configuration header, and green terminal). In the future, the store will only have the 2 types shown in the picture. If you order socket pins without the configuration header, you'll need to let me know what machine it's for so I can hard-wire it. The custom boards will be $20.

 

Does anyone know of a shorter alternative to those SIP headers? You used to be able to get low profile 16-pin headers in a fiberglass form, but I haven't seen any in a while. It would be nice to shave a few mm off the height.

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