Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Totally off-topic, but someone here might be able to help anyway...

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Totally off-topic, but someone here might be able to help anyway...

    I recently got ahold of a giant lot of old hardware that is sitting in somewhat useless fashion against a wall in my apartment. There are a couple of pretty sweet high-res, fixed frequency monitors in there that I'd like to get some use out of. There's a 16" IBM 5081, and a 20" monochrome Wyse WY790N. They both take BNC inputs, the IBM in the form of separate red-sync/green-blue cables, and the Wyse a single video input, and a single sync input. I'd like to use them on a system here, but am not quite sure how. If anyone has a video card would work (ISA bus, likely), or just has some suggestions as to what I should do to get these running, send me an e-mail. Thanks, and sorry about the off-topic post.

  • #2
    here i go again with this site
    Take a look at this site maybe it'l help u
    On this site u find some info on rgb-signals
    good luck
    peter3
    [email protected]
    the Netherlands
    deventer

    www.hut.fi/Misc/Electronics/fag/vga2rgb/interfacing.html

    PETER - THE NETHERLANDS - DEVENTER
    sproggy 2.8,epia c3-800,20Gb 2.5", 5.6"lcd,touchscreen.

    Comment

    Working...
    X