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March 25, 2007

Amega 1000 S-Video Upgrade

at 5:44 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

 

David from My-PC-Help.com sent in this video that shows how to use a Neobitz video board to upgrade the Amega 1000 video output.

“The Amiga 1000 comes only with a composite video and RGB output. Neither of those are suitable for use on a modern television. I used a Neobitz-S board to make an internal modification so that the Amiga can output S-video, which is many times more clear on the small text than the original composite.”


 

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6 Responses to “Amega 1000 S-Video Upgrade”

  1. Shawn Rutherford Says:

    Well done!

    …and it’s amazing to see a video quality that was never thought possible.

    I’m long past my Amiga days, but it does make you think about how that favorite video game would look on lcd.

  2. Chris Rybitski Says:

    anyone have a link for the neobitz board? I’m curious about how much they cost.

  3. David Murray Says:

    yes, there is link in the main video shown at the bottom of the page.. it is http://www.neobitz.com I believe the cost is around $30 for the kit.

  4. Clark Hummell Says:

    Too bad I don’t have an Amega…

  5. Hexypoo Says:

    Now all I have to do is digg out the old Amega from the attic, right next to the c64

  6. Amiga 1000 Video Upgrade « The Jungle Online Says:

    […] Posted by thejungleonline in Amiga. Leave a Comment After reading an article about old time machines I thought I would head into the garage and get out  some of the old treasures down there. So I setup my old Amiga 1000 to a nice new LCD TV only to find that the picture quality is not what I remembered from the old RGB monitor. So after a little searching I found a possible solution, well one I think I might have to contemplate a little, check it out at http://hackedgadgets.com/2007/03/25/amega-1000-s-video-upgrade/ […]

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