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WTB: IBM extender card and composite video card for IBM XT, apple IIe games

SEgamer

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-Downsizing the number of monitors I have, so I'm going to use my amber monitor with my IBM XT clone. Only problem is that I don't have a composite/monochrome/"video card that uses the rca jacks" to use with it.
Edit: I think CGA cards came with a composite mode, so one of those might work.

-Still looking for an extender card for the XT clone to link to the 5161 expansion unit.

-Also looking for any IIe games
 
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MikeS

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-Downsizing the number of monitors I have, so I'm going to use my amber monitor with my IBM XT clone. Only problem is that I don't have a composite/monochrome/"video card that uses the rca jacks" to use with it.
Not sure what you mean by "composite/monochrome/" ? CGA? ATI GS?
-Still looking for an extender card for the XT clone to link to the 5161 expansion unit.
Just the card or do you also need the cable?
 
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SEgamer

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Not sure what you mean by "composite/monochrome/" ? CGA? ATI GS?

The monitor takes a composite video input and I've used it some with my Apple IIe and even hooked my NES up to it. I'm not sure what the format is but I think CGA cards with RCA jacks might work.

Just the card or do you also need the cable?

Both would be great, but if it comes down to it I'll just make a cable (don't really want to spend $30 on a site I've never used).
 
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