First post, by retardware
I will be moving overseas soon, thus I do not want to keep my CRTs.
But I want to still be able to use my Hercules card.
So I am looking for a converter MDA->VGA.
The Serdashop MDA->VGA converter is quite expensive and ugly.
Back in the 1990s there already existed converters made by a company named "COVID", which manufactured various video processing hardware.
This is the "COVID Ezpix PC" converter from around 1994.
It allegedly does just the same things that MCE2VGA does.
And it is period-correct and being sold much cheaper than MCE2VGA.
However, it has only 4 BNC outputs. RGB+Sync.
That was fine for CRTs with BNC inputs back then.
But, can it run on 15-pin VGA monitors with separate H/V and possibly different signal levels?
So my question:
Do you have a manual or even a schematic, so one can find out whether it is possible to adapt or mod the converter?