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360alaska

Classic II Color Video Out

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Here's my latest project:  Classic II with internal video. Impossible? No way! If you believe it you can achieve it.

 

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Basically,

 

I installed a powerview (a scsi video card) into the chassis of a classic II and with a long enough cable it works just fine. It is being powered off of the analog board and I then sideways mounted a scsi2sd .

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When I first read the heading, I was hoping that you were going to say that you came up with an idea that the rest of us with Classic IIs could create / duplicate.

Fooled again!

Oh well. I need to finish working on the voltage issues with my Classic II first.....

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