Commodore 64/128/16/+4 8-Pin DIN to Commodore Chroma / Luma AV Cable (1701, 1702, 1802)

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We are producing cables that allow you to connect Commodore Computer (with the 8-pin DIN AV Connector) to the Commodore 1701 / 1702 / 1802 Monitor.  It includes the Chroma, Luma, and mono audio connector.
Compatibility
  • Commodore 1702 Monitor
  • Commodore 1701 Monitor
  • Commodore 1802 Monitor
  • Commodore 2080 Monitor
  • Commodore 1084S-P, 1084S-D1, 1084D Monitors
  • Commodore CM-141 Monitor
  • Other monitors that have separate RCA for Chroma/Luma

If you are aware of a compatible monitor, please let us know!

  • Over 5 Feet in length
NOTE: In earlier versions of the Commodore 64, Commodore didn't include the Chroma or Luminence connections required for the compatibility.  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.

Additional information

Weight 6 oz

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Anthony C Colon c/o Steve Frachello

    The simple way to hook up my Commodore 1702 crt monitor

    Anthony C Colon c/o Steve Frachello (verified owner)

    I ordered this for my new 1702 for my C=64 and it came lightning quick. Just opened the package, plugged it in and instant retro computing. (The one from ebay wasn’t what I needed) and 8 bit classics came to the rescue. I would definitely purchase from them again for any cable or other retro computing needs. Thank you 8 bit classics…!!! : )

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    • Admin 8-Bit Classics

      Nice setup. Thanks for the pic!

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  2. One person found this helpful

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    Spencer Kessler (verified owner)

    Will this cable also work with monitors with composite RCA and not just Commodore monitors or will I have to use the other 8 pin cable with the S-Video? Thanks.

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    • 8-Bit Classics

      8-Bit Classics

      This cable will only work those monitors listed. It is literally an S-Video output in RCA connector format. What you would do is purchase a cable like the following to make the Commodore monitor usable for any S-Video compatible system and then purchase the Commodore S-Video Cable that will work with the 1702 or almost any TV/Monitor that supports those outputs.

      https://www.8bitclassics.com/product/s-video-to-chroma-luma-rca-adapter/

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  3. One person found this helpful
    Mark Newsom

    Awesome!

    Mark Newsom (verified owner)

    This is what I needed to hook my C64C to my little 19 inch TV… It is awesome!

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  4. Leonardo Sasso

    Works as expected

    Leonardo Sasso (verified owner)

    Good quality, shipping could be cheaper though.

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    • Admin 8-Bit Classics

      Thank you for the comments. As for shipping, we charge actual rates given to us by our shippers (USPS & UPS). If I could find alternatives at a more discounted rate, I would.

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