Get the true retro-video feel on your RC2014 with this TMS9918A video module designed by J.B. Langston.Designed by Kamprath LEDs, Ships from United States of America
What is it? A complete kit to make a true retro 8-bit color display for the RC2014 based on the TMS9918A video display controller (VDC). Why did you make it? I put together this kit based on J.B. ...Read More…
A complete kit to make a true retro 8-bit color display for the RC2014 based on the TMS9918A video display controller (VDC).
I put together this kit based on J.B. Langston's design (and with his blessing) because I would like to see more development activity around the TMS9918A on the RC2014, and wanted to make this module more accessible to those not willing or able to source the parts themselves.
While there are several VGA out video modules for the RC2014, this is the only video module that uses the retro TMS9918A VDC. Many computers and gaming systems from the 1980s era used this chip, including the infamous ColecoVision, which like the RC2014 was also based on the Z80 CPU.
Please read J.B. Langston's Hackaday article and Github repository for information.
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|470 Ω resistor||1|
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|1x40 pin straight header||1|
|28P IC Socket Widebody||1|
|20P IC Socket||3|
|14P IC Socket||2|
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|40P IC Socket||1|
|TMS9918A Video Board REV 4 PCB||1|
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