How do you connect your Amiga up to a modern display? How much do they cost? Where can i purchase one?
Modern Vintage Gamer examines and compares 3 modern upscalers that support the Commodore Amiga. The first generation of Amiga computers date from a time before PC’s had any serious graphics capability to speak of, let alone colour graphics. The now-ubiquitous VGA was mostly unheard of or ridiculously expensive, so Amiga was built with its own type of display connector. You’ll be dealing with a 23-pin D-sub plug that no half-decent computer monitor will hook up with nowadays. You have a number of options, though.
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