With some models of Amiga, video will only come from an Amiga video port. To be able to use a standard television set as a monitor, this device was sold seperately (and packaged with some Amiga 500s). One end plugs into the standard (early) Amiga 23-pin video port, while the other end has both a composite video port, and a RF-modulated female port for televisions, along with a high-low channel selector. There is also a connector for audio to be mixed in.
Model : 520 Type : RF Converter Connection: Amiga video port Notes :
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