[Coladam] RCA v. coax v. ADAM

John Turner gimechip at live.com
Thu Aug 2 17:33:06 CEST 2012


I'm not sure but I could make you one if you need it. I think a 5 pin DIN will suffice and will actually plug into the jack. I'll have to have a look at the tech manual to be sure. Shouldn't cost more than $3 or so to build you one.

Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 11:26:33 -0400
Subject: Re: [Coladam] RCA v. coax v. ADAM
From: kjpmail at gmail.com
To: gimechip at live.com
CC: coladam at adamcon.org

Does anyone make those cables for the 7-pin DIN connector to composite video & sound?  I don't know jack squat about putting wires together.

On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 11:23 AM, John Turner <gimechip at live.com> wrote:





If your Adam is expansion module 3 which converts a colecovision into an adam, then it only offers RF output to channel 3 or 4 via the colecovision, but you can add a composite (or other) video mod. If it is the stand alone adam system then it has both the rf output and a single composite video output (without audio). There is also a 7-pin DIN connector that has both video and audio on it and you can wire up a cable to get composite video and sound from this connector.


> Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 11:13:04 -0400
> From: kjpmail at gmail.com
> To: coladam at adamcon.org

> Subject: [Coladam] RCA v. coax v. ADAM
> 
> What are the connections from the ADAM to the TV/monitor?  When I get my
> ADAM, I would like to connect via RCA cables, i.e., 1 composite RCA

> connection for the video & 1 or 2 composite connections for the mono
> audio.  But my understanding is that in order to do this, I would need to
> have a special cable that plugs into a 5-pin port in the back of the ADAM.

> 
> Is it possible to plug two RCA cables into the ADAM, plug them into the TV,
> and be done?  Or am I going to be stuck using the same coaxial jack that I
> use to plug a cable box or most video game systems without

> composite-out into my TV?
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