08-27-2006, 01:03 PM
Just a little trivia on these two monitors, the Commodore 1902 and 1902A were primarily designed for the Commodore 64/128 and Commodore PC series, and NOT for the Amiga series! They looked identicle to the Commodore 1084 and Amiga 1080/2002 monitors respectfully. But they were cheaper. In the beginning commodore used the same circuitry as the Amiga series monitors, so you could actually use the monitors with the Amiga in Analog RGB mode! for much cheaper! So which monitors do you think consumers bought for their Amigas? But Commodore soon caught on to this and crippled the monitors!! Yes it is true. So with that said, the majority of those monitors will not work with the Amiga. Some actually have the Analog RGB switch on the back, and some do not. But the only way to see if it will work is to try them with an Amiga. There is a way to uncripple the 1902/A with some soldering work but is hardly worth it these days.