Commodore 64/128/16/+4 8-Pin DIN to Commodore 1902A AV Cable
We are producing cables that allow you to connect Commodore Computer (with the 8-pin DIN AV Connector) to the Commodore 1902A and compatible Monitors. It includes the Chroma, Luma, and mono audio connector.
- Commodore 1902A Monitor
- Commodore 1084S-P Monitor
- Other commodore monitors possible.
- Please verify your monitor has the proper connection.
- Choice of length
NOTE: In earlier versions of the Commodore 64, Commodore didn't include the Chroma or Luminance connections required for the 1902 monitor. If your Commodore 64 only has a 5-Pin AV Connector, you will not be able to use this cable. Please look at our standard AV cable instead.
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sandlin.john (verified owner) –
I had the AV cable the splits the connect down to Audio – Chroma – Luminance, which are the right signals, but they were RCA jack Style, not the DIN Plug my Commodore 1902A monitor uses. I hunted around and found 8-Bit Classics and the proper Cable here. Now my 1902A is happy with my C128 (also got a new 80 column mode cable too, that is also great)
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