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Started by VideopacBelgium, September 04, 2009, 12:13:55 AM

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VideopacBelgium

Hi!
How to build a video composite, component or RGB output to a ColecoVision PAL ?
Thanks
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Seob

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VideopacBelgium

Thanks for your answer but my Colecovision is PAL and this is not the same motherboard as shown in this link.
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VideopacBelgium

Thanks for all these info, now my ColecoVision has an AV output.
However, I would like to make a RGB (peritel-scart) output.
How can I convert Y, R-Y, B-Y signals to RGB?
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Janzl

Did you get your A/V output to work?

We tried it too but it blew up my Coleco...

Were did you get your info from?
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VideopacBelgium

My Coleco works with AV output but it was a NTSC unit.
The RGB encoder was related here.
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VideopacBelgium

This is the "PAL SECAM CONVERTER" in my french ColecoVision. This unit convert Y, R-Y, B-Y signals to RGB.
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Janzl

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gertk

The Ti99 used a similar chip as the Colecovision and the PAL versions of the TI99 were available with a SCART adapter unit (I have seen this adapter in Apeldoorn at the Retro fair, alas the keyboard of the accompanying Ti99 was bad so I did not buy the set).

I have tried to connect both of my Ti99's (I have a PAL & NTSC unit now, one had bad DRAM) to YUV inputs of several monitors without luck, the signal is not compatible. The NTSC version does produce a nice color image on its CVBS output and the PAL machine works OK with its modulator on the RF input of a TV. (but no RGB or YUV)

So maybe if you can find such a TI99 RGB adapter you can use it on the Colecovision
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VideopacBelgium

#10
This is my AV mod for PAL Colecovision
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VideopacBelgium

AV mod on both systems, let's compare !
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