My best friend's IIGS monitor has dies. I would like to get him a replacement
for Christmas. I hope someone here can help me find one. Please feel free to
email me with info.
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>My best friend's IIGS monitor has dies. I would like to get him a
>for Christmas. I hope someone here can help me find one. Please feel free
>email me with info.
>To respond, remove nospam from my email address
I have an Atari ST monitor hooked up to my IIGS now. It has sound
built-in; there is actually an audio-out pin on the IIGS video port and
there must be the same on the Atari ST since I get sound out of the
However, I need to really use a VGA monitor instead. Where can I get a
Second Sight card?
> The RGB port on a IIgs runs at a frequency of 15kHz. A regular Apple
> monitor runs at at least 30kHz. If you can find an AppleColor RGB
> an older Apple monitor that was used with the IIgs, you can use that.
> Other Apple monitors would require a scan doubler. A VGA monitor
> work unless you had a Second Sight board.
> There are some Sony multiscan monitors that work. A Commodore 1084
> would work if you built your own adapter for it (that's the monitor
> using for my IIgs).
> If you don't care about your screen being fuzzy or having weird colors
> sometimes, you can hook up the composite video port to a TV or VCR.
> Jon Bettenct * programmer, writer, mathematician, and Lisa Simpson fan
> However, I need to really use a VGA monitor instead. Where can I get a
> Second Sight card?
Jon Bettenct * programmer, writer, mathematician, and Lisa Simpson fan
There's a favorite game of mine for the Apple that I don't hear much about.
It was released by Sir-Tech sometime around when "Galactic Attack" was
released (I think). I can't for the live of me remember the name though! It
was a top-down space shooter where you flew your ship over (well, "through"
I guess) a series of mazes. You would be attacked by a series of "things"
that appeared to resemble a cluster of "molecules" or balls that were joined
together and would break apart when hit...
Occasionally I'll remember the name, but I haven't had any luck lately...
Have you ever heard of this game? I'm not sure if it was written by
Greenberg or Woodhead...just that it came from Sir-Tech.