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Television Standards Converters, Modulators etc Standards converters, modulators anything else for providing signals to vintage televisions.

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Old 16th Apr 2006, 11:46 am   #21
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Default Re: Modulators - who's got what ?

Originally Posted by DoctorWho
I use a very old modulator, built way back in the late 1980's and based on David Loosers excellent design.
I agree with Peter's opinion of the David Looser modulator. I built mine about 1 year ago and am very pleased with it. Presently, I have only one source of 405 line signals and that is one of the excellent Richard Russel testcard generators but the modulator (built into a die-cast alloy box) has two switched inputs - I will get/build a standards converter soon!
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