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  1. Question for those of you SE/30 owners who use a PDS video card with an external display. I have a Micron Xceed video card and grayscale setup. Grayscale works great on the internal CRT, but I've never used the DB-15 port also offered by the video card. I have a 15" Color VGA LCD that's about 10 years old. Would this adapter on Amazon be all that I would need? (Not sure how those DIP switches on the adapter are used in case like this though.) Note the horizontal scan rate mentioned in the Xceed manual page below of 31.5kHz, which seems rather odd (maybe common for Apple though?). Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Crutch

    Micron Xceed Color 30 fail

    My recently acquired Xceed Color 30 worked a few times ... then started failing intermittently (popping noise from the analog board, and bright scan lines on the screen with no video) before failing completely (same symptoms, 100% of the time). I noticed the IC at U1 gets extremely hot (painful to touch) quickly when powered up. I'm hoping that replacing it will solve my problem... two questions for people here smarter than me: 1. That IC is labeled "TIT131FS F74". I'm hoping it's one of these three flip flops. Is there a way to tell which one? Does it matter? TI SN74F74D = https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/?qs=AMJt07B76usCaqNdeb4hlg%3d%3d TI SN74F74DR = https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/?qs=sbcp%2f4gpy0%2bgzMKzFBFFrA%3d%3d TI SN74F74DRG4 = https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/?qs=mE33ZKBHyE7Fs3ZxegDeVA%3d%3d 2. Any thoughts on something else I might be missing? Is replacing this IC actually likely to help? Thanks for any help or ideas!
  3. I have a functional Xceed grayscale adapter that looks exactly like joethezombie's photo. There are 4 electrolytic radial capacitors that are old enough to warrant replacing, especially so since they are only temperature rated up to 85°C: C4: 10uF, 16V C5: 47uF, 10V C8: 100uF, 16V C9: 100uF, 63V There are numerous 10,000-hour 105°C rated replacements available on Mouser. Have any of you grayscale adapter owners performed a recap on your adapter? And more specifically, do any of you understand the function of the adapter well enough to know if replacement caps with significantly lower ESR (than the stock caps) would actually create problems? Thanks.
  4. joethezombie

    MacroColor 30HR V2.0, Solder Side

    From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the Micron XCEED MacroColor 30HR V2.0 grayscale capable video card for the Macintosh SE/30.
  5. joethezombie

    MacroColor 30HR V2.0, Component Side

    From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the Micron XCEED MacroColor 30HR V2.0 grayscale capable video card for the Macintosh SE/30.
  6. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the grayscale compatible Micron XCEED MacroColor 30. Solder side.
  7. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the grayscale compatible Micron XCEED MacroColor 30. Little bit closer view of the main components.
  8. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the grayscale compatible Micron XCEED MacroColor 30. Component side.
  9. joethezombie

    Xceed Gray-Scale 30 Cable Assembly

    From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the cable assembly for the Micron XCEED Gray-Scale 30 Video Adapter.
  10. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    Solder side of the Micron Xceed Gray-Scale 30 Video Adapter
  11. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    Component side of the Micron Xceed Gray-Scale 30 Video Adapter. This is the CRT connector card used in conjunction with a compatible XCEED PDS card to supply 256 grayscale mode to the internal monitor of the SE/30.
  12. From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    The toggle switch enables or disables the card.
  13. joethezombie

    Micron XCEED SE/306-48, Rear

    From the album: Macintosh SE/30

  14. joethezombie

    Micron XCEED SE/306-48, Front

    From the album: Macintosh SE/30

    This is the Micron XCEED SE/306-48. This video card fits the PDS slot of the SE/30, and supplies 640x480 resolution for an external monitor with a maximum of 256 colors. The toggle switch on the slot cover enables or disables the card. The jumper on the board adjusts between 0.0 or 7.5 IRE. This version of the XCEED card does NOT support the grayscale adapter.
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