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C64Audio.com - The C64 record label

    A must for C64 fans with free SID albums, an 80 piece orchestra playing C64, Rob Hubbard's new SIDs on CD, rare vinyls, Jean-Michel Jarre-inspired box-sets, classic albums, Hubbard, Galway, Daglish, downloads, surround-sound, informative blogs and lots more.

A/V Jack - C64-Wiki

    The audio and different video signals are available on the A/V jack of the C64.The output of the audio signal is available on a pin of the jack and can be fed separately to the TV set, Monitor or stereo set. The video signal, that drives a TV set or monitor, can be picked up as "composite video" or Y/C which is similar to "s-video".

C64 Audio Station

    C64 Audio Station Feel free to browse our Commodore 64 Soundcloud library below. Enjoy C64 music at its finest with a favor of mix through in. Sounds almost like 16-bit music! You are welcome to respond in the Member comments below and request any C64 Game or music titles you enjoy as well.

C64 Mini audio : c64

    C64 Mini audio. The music/sound effects in C64 Mini sound too fast like its running NTSC on a PAL system. Is there any way to force HDMI to run at 50hz? Changing the display to Euro 4:3 doesn't affect HDMI output, neither does renaming the file with _TP.

Commodore 64/128/16/+4 8-Pin DIN S-Video & RCA AV Cable ...

    Treat your Commodore 64, 128, 128D, C116, 16, and +4 the way it was meant to, in the best picture quality available to it without modding your computer. Connect a Commodore Computer (with the 8-pin DIN AV Connector) to either an S-Video Connector or Composite Video RCA. It also includes left and right audio connectors.

Introducing The C64 - Welcome to Retro Games Ltd

    The C64 is back, this time full-sized with a working keyboard for the dedicated retro home-computer fan. Featuring three switchable modes – C64, VIC 20, and Games Carousel. Connect to any modern TV via HDMI for crisp 720p HD visuals, at 60 Hz or 50 Hz.

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