The LM9000C colour scan converter

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The LM9000C colour scan converter

Postby Harry Dalek » Fri Apr 28, 2017 8:02 pm

The LM900C colour scan converter 1989
Not sure all the modes this one does i have one news letter from a car boot sale from the late 90s the booklet is not great and its poorly printed copy in it, here more to show how dreadfully complex these things are a nightmare even on its own circuit board ...results look like it worked well.
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