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Amiga SuperGen Genlock and Analog Devices For Sale

Amiga SuperGen Genlock and Analog Devices
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Amiga SuperGen Genlock and Analog Devices:
$75.00

SuperGen Genlock and other Video Analog Devices

Except for the SuperGen 2000s remote that came with an A2000purchase, these were used by the seller in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.They were stored in working condition and the SuperGen appeared to befunctional when attached to my A4000 recently. The Image Enhancer, was also testedto work recently, although the rheostats required De-Oxit to turn smoothly.

  • genlocks to external NTSC video
  • encodes Amiga RGB into NTSC video
  • overlays Amiga graphics onto external NTSC video
  • selectable 3.58 MHz notch filter
  • 64 levels of dissolve
  • selectable internal and external blanking source

  • RGB In - receives the RGB output from the Amiga
  • RGB Pass Thru (DB25 converted to DB23) - display Amiga graphics on an RGB monitor
  • Key Out (BNC) - key signal for video switcher, tells when Amiga color 0 is present or not
  • Video In (BNC) - source video from VTR, sync-generator, etc.
  • Video Thru (BNC) - untouched signal from Video In
  • Video Out (2× BNC) - combined output of input video and the encoded Amiga graphics
  • graphics dissolve slider - controls the percentage of foreground graphics against external video
  • background dissolve slider - controls the percentage of background color against external video
  • interpretive dissolve switch - controls whether or not the darkness of an Amiga color is to be interpreted as a level of dissolve
  • notch filter switch - removes color artifacts or some forms of flicker


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