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AuthorTopic: (SOLD!!!!!!!!) For Sale Scandoubler Flicker Fixer (ICD Flicker-Free Video 2) for A500 and A2000  (Read 1375 times)

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Offline amesie2

I have an ICD Flicker-Free Video 2 board for the 500 and 2000 computers. This board works great and came out of my 2500, I am selling this since I will be parting out the 2500. I don't have a driver disk for this but it is avail.  HERE with more info. the board doesn't include the Denise chip that would come from your current machine. The supplied backplate has a 9 pin plug on it so if you want to use a 15 pin monitor on this you would need a 9 to 15 pin adapter.

I am not sure how hard these are to come by but I'm guessing they aren't too common.

Price $75.00 will include shipping in lower 48. Offer open worldwide and will charge extra $10.00 for shipping. I prefer Paypal but am open to other forms of payment.

Please PM me if interested.

Thank you

amesie2
 

Offline hamtronix

So does anyone have a 9 to 15 pin monitor adapter they would sell? Or even a 9 to 15 pin cable?
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Offline murple

Yep. I'll trade it to you for an ICD Flicker Free Video 2 for my A2000...
 

Offline hamtronix

Awesome. Sur... Hey wait a minute.... You naughty person!
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Offline Tripitaka

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hamtronix wrote:
So does anyone have a 9 to 15 pin monitor adapter they would sell? Or even a 9 to 15 pin cable?


Make one! It seems to be a dying art.
DIY cables are cool and cost peanuts.
Falling into a dark and red rage.
 

Offline hamtronix

So I could feel a bit more secure I just got a 9 Pin M to 15 Pin M off ebay...

I trust myself about as far as I can throw me in the soldering cable area...
CD TV / Remote / Trackball Remote / Keyboard / CDTV 1411 External Drive / C= 1405 256K RAM / Smell the fear!
 

Offline amesie2

@hamtronix

I think you need a 9 Pin M to 15 Pin F, I found one on ebay if you did get the wrong one.

Look HERE
 

Offline hamtronix

I checked my monitor and it has a 15 pin male going into the female so it should be ok. If not I will be saddened and have to hunt down an adapter. I was thinking of getting a KVM switch box to switch between my winxp box and the Amiga 2000. I really would only need the V switcher so I am hoping that is a cheap component.
CD TV / Remote / Trackball Remote / Keyboard / CDTV 1411 External Drive / C= 1405 256K RAM / Smell the fear!
 

Offline Tripitaka

:lol:, If you find an old PC Mobo to totally De and Re- solder you'll get good at soldering real quick, the rest is a case of getting the pins right. Please keep it in mind for the future, you'll impress yourself quickly enough I'm sure. :-D
Falling into a dark and red rage.
 

Offline hamtronix

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Tripitaka wrote:
:lol:, If you find an old PC Mobo to totally De and Re- solder you'll get good at soldering real quick, the rest is a case of getting the pins right. Please keep it in mind for the future, you'll impress yourself quickly enough I'm sure. :-D


I do have this old Mac PowerPC Mobo that I completely stripped to gather parts for my Amiga 2000. So that is a great idea.
CD TV / Remote / Trackball Remote / Keyboard / CDTV 1411 External Drive / C= 1405 256K RAM / Smell the fear!
 

Offline Tripitaka

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hamtronix wrote:
I checked my monitor and it has a 15 pin male going into the female so it should be ok. If not I will be saddened and have to hunt down an adapter. I was thinking of getting a KVM switch box to switch between my winxp box and the Amiga 2000. I really would only need the V switcher so I am hoping that is a cheap component.


Ask around for advice, some KVM's are crud!
I use a Belkin Omni Cube (4-port) KVM, It's pretty good.
Falling into a dark and red rage.
 

Offline Tripitaka

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hamtronix wrote:

I do have this old Mac PowerPC Mobo that I completely stripped to gather parts for my Amiga 2000.


 :roflmao: That's what Mac's are for.
Falling into a dark and red rage.
 

Offline murple

I just got one of these on ebay for slightly more than the ICD board you got... so I'm happy now.

http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/a2320#s_a2320

Its a Commodore made product that basically adds the A3000 flicker fixer circuitry to the A2000.

Wonder if I should now sell the OpalVision graphics board in there. Not like I have any need for it...
 

Offline thewalrus

Is it still FS. If so I would like to buy it