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Subject: Re: What cable do I need to connect 128 and 1084?


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Dunric
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Date Posted: 16:47:48 04/20/04 Tue
In reply to: Mark 's message, "What cable do I need to connect 128 and 1084?" on 14:46:31 01/18/04 Sun

>Found a 1084 for $7.01 but no cable included.

Mark,

The cable needed to connect the Commodore 1084 monitor varies. Is it a Commodore 1084S or a regular 1084? Sorry for the lateness of my post. I haven't checked these forums in quite awhile.

My own 1084S monitor has the following backside pin configuration:

Video Red
Video Yellow
Audio White
Audio Red

The standard video cable that would interface with these four RCA-style inputs would be the 8-pin Commodore Monitor cable (7 pins in a semi-circle, surrounding 1 in the middle). It is a round, circular connection that plugs into the back of any C64/128, Plus/4, C-16 or VIC-20 in the "Video" connection on the back of the computer.

If you need an 80 column plug (for connecting to RGBI in 80-column Commodore 128 mode), then you could possibly use an old-style IBM PC/XT compatible monitor cable (9-pin male plugs, similar to the style presently used in modern day VGA monitors).

Sincerely,

Paul Allen Panks (a/k/a "Dunric")
dunric@yahoo.com
Phoenix, AZ (USA)

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