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View Poll Results: What Amigas do you currently have in your collection?
Amiga 500 59 50.86%
Amiga 500+ 11 9.48%
Amiga 600(HD) 13 11.21%
Amiga 1000 12 10.34%
Amiga 1200(HD) 39 33.62%
Amiga 1500 0 0%
Amiga 2000(HD) 20 17.24%
Amiga 2500(HD) 2 1.72%
Amiga 3000(T/UX) 5 4.31%
Amiga 4000(T) 9 7.76%
Amiga CDTV 3 2.59%
Amiga CD32 18 15.52%
Amiga Prototype (1000+/3000+/3500/Other) 1 0.86%
Amiga Compatible (Draco/Access/Minimig/Pegasos/MIST) 3 2.59%
AmigaOne (SE/XE/MicroA1) 3 2.59%
AmigaOne (500/X1000) 1 0.86%
Emulators - I don't have real Amigas anymore 22 18.97%
Emulators - I've never seen/owned a real Amiga, but wish I did! 5 4.31%
My Amigas are all original - no mods other than original expansion cards, accelerator cards, RAM cards, sidecars, floppies, and SCSI/IDE HDD's of the day. 16 13.79%
My Amigas feature modern-day modifications such as DVI/HDMI/IDE/SATA/USB/RAM/CPU/GOTEK and CF upgrades. 9 7.76%
I own a mix of original and modified Amigas. 21 18.10%
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Old Yesterday, 7:46 PM   #2221
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I've been given a monitor with a Scart input. Does that mean it'll just 'work'?
Depends. Cheap SCART units only relay the composite video signal. Proper UK-spec units are true RGBHV and will "just work" with Amiga's or indeed any 15KHz game console with SCART support.
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Does anyone have a suggestion for an A500 replacement power supply?
I have the plug, but I'm looking for something a bit more convenient than hanging an ATX power supply of it.

Something like this looks good:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/MEAN-WELL...r/261982150536
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Does anyone have a suggestion for an A500 replacement power supply?
I have the plug, but I'm looking for something a bit more convenient than hanging an ATX power supply of it.

Something like this looks good:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/MEAN-WELL...r/261982150536
That PSU looks a little low on the amps, especially the +5V which was 4.5A on the original I have here. May be an issue?

Do you have the original PSU enclosure? I recently purchased the Mean Well RT-50B which is a perfect fit to replace the insides, right down to the screw hole lining up perfectly. I went this why as I like how it keeps the original look.

If you don't have the enclosure I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find something suitable to do up yourself.
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