Commodore: A2300
Commodore: A2301
Commodore: Amiga Desktop Video Master
Commodore: Home Video Kit
Connection: Video Slot, Video Sockel (Amiga 23pin)

Front of A2300/A2301
Front of A2300/A2301

Rear of A2300/A2301
Rear of A2300/A2301

Picture of the Y/C version
Picture of the Y/C version

Front of Amiga Desktop Video Master
Front of Amiga Desktop Video Master

Rear of Amiga Desktop Video Master
Rear of Amiga Desktop Video Master

Inside Amiga Desktop Video Master
Inside Amiga Desktop Video Master

Front of the Home Video Kit
Front of the Home Video Kit

Rear of the Home Video Kit
Rear of the Home Video Kit

Hi Res Version, Front of A2300/A2301 - 1250K
Hi Res Version, Rear of A2300/A2301 - 227K
Hi Res Version, Y/C A2300/A2301 - 328K
Image of A2300/A2301 backplate - 5K
Hi Res Version, Front of Amiga Desktop Video Master - 0 bytes
Hi Res Version, Rear of Amiga Desktop Video Master - 401K
Hi Res Version, Inside Amiga Desktop Video Master - 1280K
Download A2301 Circuit Diagram - bytes
Download A2300 Circuit Diagrams - bytes

The A2300 and A2301 is the original Commodore genlock which plugs into the video slot. The A2300 is the NTSC version whilst the A2301 is the PAL version. They contain a 23pin monitor connector and two RCA connectors for Video In and Out. The Home Video Kit and the Amiga Desktop Video Master are simply A2300/A2301 cards mounted in an external case which is then connected to the Amiga's 23pin video port. The different external versions are probably just a product of Commodore marketing more or less the same thing in different countries. The Home Video Kit was probably sold mainly in France (perhaps also Canada) whilst the Home Video Kit was largely sold in German speaking countries.

Contributions to this page by:
Beppe Niccolini, Frank Cieslewicz, RiWa & Friends, Takahasi Kasiko


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