The RGB4ALL is a universal video converter based on AD724 chip. It takes RGB signal on an input, encodes and outputs it to more convenient Composite video or S-Video sockets which are more often seen in modern TVs.
It was tested with Amiga 500/600/1200, Amstrad 464/6128 and other hardware that outputs RGB signal.
Installing it on a machine with an NTSC circuitry is possible but requires re-soldering quartz oscillator.
This is fully assembled internal version.
Basic soldering skills are required.
Board requires six signals described as R, G, B, S, +5V, GND.
Please refer to your computers manual/schematics for exact soldering points.
+5V – Five Volt supply rail
GND – ground
R – RED
G – GREEN
B – BLUE
This is a DIY KIT ! If you are not skilled enough to install it yourself then please do not buy it !
Retro-cloud is not taking any responsibility for any damage you have done to your machine caused by installation errors.