6809 single board computer (was: "New" PDP-8)

From: Dave McGuire <mcguire_at_neurotica.com>
Date: Mon Apr 1 14:00:46 2002

On April 1, Tony Duell wrote:
> In the UK, just about every colour TV has a SCART socket. This gives you
> composite (PAL) colour (or monochrome, of course) and analogue RGB inputs
> at TV scan rates.

  Hey, that is *cool*!

> Is it really that hard to find a TV-rate monochrome monitor? Surely
> they're still used for video applications. OK, you don't find them in the
> local PC shop, but then you don't find much of use there.

  NTSC monitors are everywhere in the US...both CRT and LCD...


Dave McGuire                    "...it's leaving me this unpleasant,
St. Petersburg, FL                 damp feeling on my shorts..." -Sridhar
Received on Mon Apr 01 2002 - 14:00:46 BST

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