XRGB-3 (Micomsoft) for Sale

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By ericb59

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26-04-2016, 08:06

For Sale XRGB-3 (English menus)
Including, box, and remote.
Inlude universal Power Supply (actually with French plug, but you can change the plug. Other plugs are not supplied)

Price 240 Euros. Including shipping worldwide.

By Metalion

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26-04-2016, 14:15

For all your questions about the XRGB-3 : http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-3
:D

By SkyeWelse

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27-04-2016, 05:55

Hi Eric!

Just out of curiosity, what is your asking price for it? I own one and I use it all the time with my MSX machines. I may have a friend who is interested in it, but I guess it would depend on the price.

-Thomas

By ericb59

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27-04-2016, 06:20

hello thomas,

price i bellow the picture Question

By SkyeWelse

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28-04-2016, 14:51

Thanks Eric! I'll let them know if they are interested, but with international shipping it may be out of his budget for one of these.

In any case, to all other interested parties, I use this thing pretty much exclusively for a pixel-perfect vibrant MSX display. I am using S-Video out from the MSX which gets upscaled. I'd highly recommend it if you enjoy good quality visuals.

-Thomas

By syn

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28-04-2016, 21:33

offtopic: nice keyboard protector you got there skywelse

By msxtrd

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28-04-2016, 21:59

SkyeWelse wrote:

In any case, to all other interested parties, I use this thing pretty much exclusively for a pixel-perfect vibrant MSX display. I am using S-Video out from the MSX which gets upscaled. I'd highly recommend it if you enjoy good quality visuals.
-Thomas

Strange, why not feed XRGB with pure RGB signal from tR?

By Metalion

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30-04-2016, 12:16

msxtrd wrote:

Strange, why not feed XRGB with pure RGB signal from tR?

+1 on that remark ...

SkyeWelse, what is the type of Dell monitor you are using ? I'm asking because the XRGB-3 outputs VGA@50Hz, which is not widely accepted on normal LCD monitors, as they are expecting VGA@60Hz.

EDIT : Doh ! ... Not in this case, as the TR outputs RGB@60Hz, then the XRGB-3 outputs VGA@60Hz. Sorry 'bout that.

By SkyeWelse

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30-04-2016, 22:32

Well, I guess I never really tried it. lol I just always used S-Video. You see Scart and Japanese RGB-21 are not very commonly used here in the United States, so before I got my X-RGB3 I was using S-Video Out directly to a CRT Television. I do actually have an MSX to RGB (Japanese RGB21) cable which I just finally found hidden in a mess of other wires and I just plugged it in from the Turbo-R into the Game In port on the front of the X-RGB3 and it works very well, so yes, this absolutely can be done. Smile

So the MSX when hooked to the XRGB3 does a straight DVI-to-DVI out to the monitor or DVI-to-HDMI depending on what the monitor supports. I've tested with 2 monitors without any issues. One is DELL model 1908FPt and the other is a HPw2207h. Both of these monitors also support 24kHz signal from the PC-88/98 machines as well.

-Thomas

By sniper22477

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04-05-2016, 18:28

Hello....
I sent you an E-Mail last week and I didn't hear from you ?

Are you still offering the XRGB-3 or it is already sold ?

I am interested to buy...

Regards,

Sniper

By ericb59

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04-05-2016, 20:32

@sniper : Sorry I perhaps missed your email.
Please resend it.
Yes the XRGB is still available.

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