I bought a very similar looking device for use with my Spectrums. Unfortunately it proved to be useless with both a rubber key (composite mod with capacitor) and a +2 grey (composite via the DIN socket). The image is terribly distorted with shearing of the image reminiscent of horizontal hold problems on old UHF tellys. I use the gadget with a Raspberry Pi using the composite output and also a couple of other retro consoles (PS1,PS2, Dreamcast) and for these it works really well.SteveZX81 wrote: ↑Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:42 amI have seen this on Amazon:
www.amazon.co.uk/Composite-Converter-AM ... CS9F4FSF9M
I'm wondering if it will work on a ZX Spectrum+?
I was going to ask on here why this may be so, but eventually found a very cheap 'Easy CAP' USB composite capture dongle which can be used to display my old Spectrums on my Linux PC.