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  Minimalist (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Mar 26, 2008 10:54 pm
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I know that. But you could put the video data on the SCSI bus before it becomes a video signal. The monitor at the other end, properly equiped to do so, would then take the digital stream of ones and zeros and process them. Of course, having a rig like this would preclude the need for "sliders" on the adapter. There would be nothing to adjust.
  
  dpaanlka (Profile)
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Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:22 am
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Minimalist wrote:

I know that. But you could put the video data on the SCSI bus before it becomes a video signal. The monitor at the other end, properly equiped to do so, would then take the digital stream of ones and zeros and process them. Of course, having a rig like this would preclude the need for "sliders" on the adapter. There would be nothing to adjust.


I'm pretty confident that isn't relevant here.
  
  dgwansel (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:56 am
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Thanx everybody for your input on scsi, but what I am still trying to find are the Interex mac to vga adapter settings. (Supermac c600)
  
  wove (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 8:24 am
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This is what I found.

Universal Mac Video Adapter I-178a and I-178b

MONITOR RESOLUTION SETTING

12" RGB 512x348 13467
13" RGB 640x480 66Hz 1467
PORTRAIT 640x870 23467
VGA/SVGA 640x480/800x600 60 Hz 2367

15" TILT N/A 2467
16" COLOR 832x624 1367
19" COLOR 1024x768 1267

21" COLOR 1152x870 123467

2 PG MONO 1152x870 3467

NTSC N/A 12467
NTSC/PAL N/A 12367
HI-RES 12-14" up to 640x480 1467

MULTI SCAN 14" up to 832x624 146789

MULTI SCAN 16" up to 1024x768 14679

MULTI SCAN 21" up to 1280x1024 14678

Just did a copy above so the formatting looks pretty poor.

bill
  
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