AMIGA 2000 RGBTOHDMI ADAPTOR RGB2HDMI DX
The Amiga 2000 CPLD RGBtoHDMI
The RGB2HDMI adaptor takes the digital video signals from Denise and uses a Raspberry Pi Zero to convert these to an HDMI output. The advantage of this over previous Amiga RGBtoHDMI solutions is that the pixel timings are derived in a very different way, avoiding the need for a hardware jumper and removing the “sparkling” pixel issues. In addition, the logic is upgradable from the Pi for any future bug fixes.
To use the adaptor you need a Raspberry Pi Zero (NOT INCLUDED), this can be the version with WiFi or without. The WiFi is not used for this project. We recommend purchasing one with a header already on it if you are not confident in soldering the header yourself. You will also need a micro SD card (NOT INCLUDED), this does not need to be large as it is likely that less than 100MB will be used (plus whatever is needed for screenshots). Finally, you will need a mini-HDMI to HDMI cable to connect the Pi to your HDMI monitor.
What you will get:
- RGB2HDMI adaptor - Amiga 2000 version
- 3D printed bracket
- 3x momentary button switches
- Mini HDMI to HDMI cable for the adaptor (it can differ from the one in the picture depending on the availability)
- Instruction manual will be provided after purchase
This is a non-sparkling CPLD version by LinuxJedi
The 3D printed bracket is by wiretap based on the version of Pete Biggs
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR MISTAKES DURING INSTALLATION.