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Page updated 16/01/2015

Acorn

Amstrad

I get a lot of people searching this site for Amstrad CPC composite output. The CPC range of computers does not have composite on board, only RGB. However, you can modify and MP-1 or MP-2 to output composite video.

Atari

Commodore

Dragon Data

Tangerine Oric & Atmos

Oric-1 and Atmos tape, printer, expansion bus and RGB video output.

Philips

TTL RGB
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pin no.

  1. Ground
  2. Ground
  3. Red
  4. Green
  5. Blue
  6. Intensity
  7. n/a
  8. H sync
  9. V sync

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\ . . . . ./ 5 4 3 2 1
\ . . . . / 9 8 7 6
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Analog RGB
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  1. Ground
  2. Ground
  3. Red
  4. Green
  5. Blue
  6. N/A
  7. Composite sync
  8. N/A

Research Machines (RM)

Colour (TTL – 8 pin DIN – uses standard numbering)

  1. Intensity
  2. Iine sync
  3. Red
  4. Ground
  5. Blue
  6. Green
  7. 12V
  8. Frame sync

Monochrome (6 pin DIN)

  1. Composite video (mono)
  2. Ground
  3. Frame sync
  4. Line sync
  5. Audio output
  6. Audio mute

Tatung Einstien

PC Transfer Cable

PC (DB9)                                                                                                     EINSTEIN (Domino)

2 ———————– TO ———————- 3
3 ———————– TO ———————- 5
5 ———————– TO ———————- 1
7 ———————– TO ———————- 2
8 ———————– TO ———————- 4