- VGA 15khz
- scart adapter
- CRT TV
Works as expected. Fast delivery at least in the UK part. Swedish transportation was a bit slower. Connected to a raspberry Pi for outputting VGA 15khz to an New Net City Arcade machine.
As many people I was surprised that it comes as a kit and not preassembled! But anyway it is fairly easy to solder the components. In the end it works as expected. I tested it on a 4:3 LCD and a CRT TV (in combination with an universal scart adapter)
Fun kit to assemble. Picture quality is indeed top notch (outputting 1920x1200@60hz on a "old" Dell 27WFP). Less fun is the bit of flickering I get at the bottom of the screen. I'm looking into it (may be my poor soldering skills or need to try other resolutions or refresh rates).
The card outputs a much better image than I had expected and was not at all as hard to assemble as I had thought. A great cheap way to provide a vga interface, and a fun way to pass an hour (building it). A 19 inch VGA monitor sure beats a 14 inch portable TV. A marvelous little kit.
I also thought that it was assembled, but It was very fun assemble it. http://imgur.com/HGrvYHt http://imgur.com/3C9uaYr http://imgur.com/3C9uaYr http://imgur.com/3C9uaYr