Re: [stella] I really need to buy a scope

Subject: Re: [stella] I really need to buy a scope
From: Chris Wilkson <ecwilkso@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 23:35:01 -0400
They probably had a vector scope...that's the easiest way.  But there are
several ways to do it with just a regular old oscilloscope.  One could
also build a test jig that sits between the atari and a TV.  I guess I'm

I don't know if it's documented.  But I remember someone telling me that.
It might have been Joe Decuir?  I really can't remember.  At any rate,
it doesn't make sense to add that last color, if it wasn't useful.


On Wed, 11 May 2005, Adam Wozniak wrote:

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> On Wed, 11 May 2005, Chris Wilkson wrote:
> > Side note...color 1 really shouldn't equal color 15.  It's a lazy way
> > of doing the motherboard calibration that was pioneered by the earliest
> > internet 2600 video hackers to become popular.  You should have 15
> > distinct colors plus gray.  But it's your choice.  :P
> Is this documented?  How did they calibrate them at the factory?
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