Commodore 64 machines are doing best video quality across the wonderful chroma+luma output (=S-Video). But not with the legendary Philips CM8833-II… This CRT version downgraded to receive composite signal only by default for C64. The brothers, like Commodore 1084S-P1 and D1 are uses the absolutely same mainboard but with S-Video input. This kit with our step-by-step instructions delete this bad issue and get working the fourth RCA at the bottom! Let’s maximalize all CRT’s!
The original connector with three RCA connector looks like similar as this picture: rusty, dirty and no S-Video compatible.
Kit includes all of the what you need to get enable the wonderful chrom+luma (=S-Video) input:
- 4x through hole resistors
- 1x NPN transistor
- 1x DPDT switch
- 1x gray cap (nearly the same – like the original caps)
The special RCA connector with the fourth connector is not included, but available separeted at our shop, here! We can do discount shipping of course if you will buy at the same time both items.
Warning! Soldering and other technical skills are required for doing this modding! Please take a look first to the step-by-step instructions! The special four RCA connector. Available at our shop, please take a look!
The stepbystep instructions can be downloaded >>here<<