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Size: 6"x6"x4"
Weight: 1 lbs

MSRP:

$19 (each)
 

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VectorMAME

ZVG to Arcade
Monitor Cables

These cables are designed to drive the most common vector monitors.

For monitors that share a connector for power and signals (monitors used by Atari), our cables are wired using a "Y" layout, allowing you to connect the monitor to it's power supply and our ZVG board.

For the rest of the monitors we supply a cable that connects the monitor's signal inputs to the ZVG's output connector.

Vector Monitor Cables

Cables are available for the following vector monitors:

  • WG6101 / Amplifone (Atari Color X/Y Games)
    These two monitors share a cable. The cable is a 'Y' type cable, with the center of the 'Y' connecting to your vector monitor. One side of the 'Y' connects to the ZVG, and the other side connects to a standard Atari color vector power block used to supply power to your vector monitor.
  • G05-802 / G05-805 / 19V2000 (Atari B&W X/Y Games)
    These monitors share a cable. The cable is a 'Y' type cable, with the center of the 'Y' connecting to your vector monitor. One side of the 'Y' connects to the ZVG, and the other side connects to a standard Asteroids Atari B&W vector power block used to supply power to your vector monitor. (This cable is only compatible with Asteroids & Lunar Lander power blocks, and must be modified to work with: Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone and Red Baron power blocks.)
  • G05-801 (Early Atari B&W X/Y Games)
    This cable connects the ZVG signals to the monitor's signal connection. This monitor incorporates a separate connector for its power, which must be connected to a power supply, presumably the power block and power cable used to originally supply power to the monitor.
  • G08 (Sega Color X/Y Games)
    This cable connects the ZVG signals to the monitor's signal connection. This monitor incorporates a separate connector for its power, which must be connected to a power supply, presumably the power block and power cable used to originally supply power to the monitor.
  • Vectrex Portable Arcade System
    This cable allows you to use the vector monitor built into the Vectrex Portable Arcade System. The cable connects the ZVG to the internal Vectrex vector monitor. The Vectrex monitor has the advantage of having a built in power supply. Using the Vectrex as a vector monitor does not require any permanent modifications to the Vectrex. No cuts or soldering is required. To connect the cable you must remove the back cover of the Vectrex. The jumpers that connect the internal Vectrex CPU to the internal vector monitor are unplugged, and in their place, our cable is plugged into the vector monitor. All modifications are completely reversible. The Vectrex case even includes a small hole in the bottom that allows our cable to remain connected to the unit with the back cover in place. Restoring the Vectrex to its original condition is simply a matter of reversing the above procedure.

    For a full description of what's involved in using a Vectrex as a vector monitor, go to our download page and download the .PDF file that describes how to connect the ZVG to Vectrex cable to the Vectrex.

 
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