Allows you to use a Raspberry Pi Zero to output HDMI video. No jumper, no sparkles, just a good picture.Designed by Retro Supplies in United Kingdom
This board gives a pixel-perfect HDMI output from your Amiga 1000 using a Raspberry Pi Zero (not included). It includes a push button to control the menus, a clip wire to get the missing CSYNC signal…Read More…
This board gives a pixel-perfect HDMI output from your Amiga 1000 using a Raspberry Pi Zero (not included). It includes a push button to control the menus, a clip wire to get the missing CSYNC signal from another chip and a full colour instruction manual.
It uses a CPLD to convert the digital RGB signals generated by Denise so that the Raspberry Pi can read it. The Raspberry Pi upscales the image and sends it to the HDMI port.
You can use either a WiFi or non-WiFi Raspberry Pi Zero as well as the Zero 2W with this board.
The Amiga 500 version of the CPLD RGBtoHDMI does not fit well in the Amiga 1000 case, so this is the solution.
Second photo is of a previous version of this board but shows what the installation looks like.
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Kelly | Feb. 17, 2022
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