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TT to TTM194

Postby Robson » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:10 am

Hello,

I'd like to have the schematic of the TT to TTM194 cable. The TT has its VGA (HDSUB15F) and TTM194 has a DSUB9F connector. Regarding an information from a TT user, who checked his cable for me I built a cable with the following connections.
9-Pin <-> 15-Pin
    1       4
    2       5
    3       13
    4       14
    5        -
    6        -
    7       10
    8       10
    9       9
But unfortunately if I connect this cable the monitor screen goes wrong (like a sync problem) even if the TT is turned off.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: TT to TTM194

Postby BoNuS » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:30 am

Did you ever get a proper cable ? I'm facing the same problem at this moment :)
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Re: TT to TTM194

Postby Robson » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:54 am

BoNuS wrote:Did you ever get a proper cable ? I'm facing the same problem at this moment :)

Wow this was some time ago ( I saw your post on facebook though). The answer is no for various reasons. This monitor is with me in London, sitting in my loft since and I think it might be faulty but might check it soon.

The key here is that TTM is a ecl monitor and need ECL signals.
I also have an SM194 and one of my mega STs has a graphics card for it.
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Re: TT to TTM194

Postby mzry » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:58 am

Perhaps message the TT expert Tuxie and I'm pretty sure that Tenox might know since he developed the TT to VGA ECL adaptor.
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Re: TT to TTM194

Postby Robson » Mon Oct 15, 2018 10:10 am

I wasn't too bothered about this to be honest, since my TT has a Crazy Dots II and a high res mono is not something I'd use all day but wanted to test it. And of course I'd like to see it working in my collection. Well I can test mine with the mega to see if it's ok at least. But don't think you can get away without a graphics card (I might be wrong).
Send it to me if mine turns out to be faulty :).

Correction: ttm194/195 should work with tt onboard graphics.
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Re: TT to TTM194

Postby BoNuS » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:52 pm

Well we are still looking in that garage for the cable. It should have worked once so hopefully it's still around. If it is I will make a schematic pin-out for future use ;)
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- 3x 1435 monitor - 1 x Ult.Ripper cardridge - Mega 1,2,and 4 ( just to much Atari stuff)


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