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Subject: Video Monitor Cable

Frankk Denk
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Date Posted: 10:31:38 03/15/04 Mon

Our Amateur Radio Club wants to use a Commodore 64 to with a cartridge they have to help teach Morse Code. I have everything they need except the cable from the C64 to the monitor. They want to input the signal into a TV with Audio/Video jacks, and all the cables that I have are for the 1702 type monitor with separate luminence & chroma outputs. Do you just connect them together, or do you tie them together through resistors??

Thank you,


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