Pre-production units are up for sale!

You can now pre-order your RGBS to YPbPr.
Two options are offered:

  • With Amiga DB23F connector
  • With solderable pigtail connectors for all type of machines

Both options are 50$USD, shipping included.

RGBS to YPbPr converter


Assembled by hand from the engineers. Quantities are limited.

First RGBS to YPbPr converter finally came out of pre-production

This is ou very first “pre-production” RGBS to YPbPr converter. Signal to noise ratio is exceptional and video quality too. It was fully tested on a video output from an Amiga 2000. It can be connected to any machine that outputs in RGBS standard, in both NTSC and PAL like arcade motherboards in cabinets, Sega Genesis, NES and Super Nintendo systems, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST and many many more.

External floppy drive adapter prototype underway

We’ve worked hard recently to build an external floppy drive adapter for the Amiga familly of computers.  It uses a male DB-23 connector and a female 34 header to externally connect three type of drives:

  • Gotek USB floppy emulator (HxC and others)
  • Amiga “Shugart” floppy drives
  • IBM-PC compatible floppy drive (in Amiga 880KB format).

Using a simple jumper configuration, you can connect these three type of drives externally.

Full production should be available mid Q3 2017 and will be sell at an approximative price of 40$ USD.

New RGBS to YPbPr video adapter prototype

After a long prototyping, testing and validating process, we finally have a perfectly working product without needs for calibration. Secret is that we designed around a gaming console video converter IC. This IC has been around for a long time now and has a perfect, noise free output.  It works with both 240p and 480i NTSC formats. It can also work with PAL 50Hz formats. No color bleeding on vertical edges nor flickering in interlaced mode. It’s even better that the original thing on a CRT!  My workbench screen of my Amiga 2000 is crisp and bright!

If everything goes well, it’s going into full production by mid Q3 2017.