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[News] Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000'sANN.lu
Posted on 12-Mar-2003 11:49 GMT by Bob Akerberg10 comments
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I just received the following Email this morning about a possible cache of Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's. Respond to the sender's Email. Hi there, I am in the process of clearing out an old manufacturing warehouse and I've located a brand-new palette of Kitchen Sync and SuperGen 2000's for the Amiga. These are brand-new, in the box, and shrink-wrapped (most of them.) These came from the former warehouse of Progressive Image and should be factory new. There are also some regular SuperGen's available. Please pass the word if any of these are of interest to the community.
Thanks,
Karl Soule
Tech-Marketing Representative
GlobalStreams, Inc
KSoule@globalstreams.com
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 1 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 12-Mar-2003 12:32 GMT
This is either the most stupid or most funny posting i've ever seen on ann :)
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 2 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by john on 12-Mar-2003 12:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
Why?
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 3 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by krize on 12-Mar-2003 12:57 GMT
SuperGen 2000:
The SuperGen 2000S has built-in genlock circuitry, RGB to Y/C, RGB to NTSC Encoders, a Proc Amp, a Sync Generator, H-Cs Phase adjustment, AGC and a Y/C Keyer. And is designed for A1500/A2000/A2500 type machines only.

http://www.amiga-hardware.com/supergen2000.html (and more!!)

Couldnt find much info about the kitchen sync, other than this:
http://www.hispamiga.org/textos/kitchen.htm (spanish)
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 4 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Elwood on 12-Mar-2003 13:12 GMT
Hi,

I didn't know there was so many boards produced for the Amiga. I never seen half of all this stuff in France. Were they produced for USA only ?

Check:
http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/search.pl?dir=video
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 5 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by john on 12-Mar-2003 13:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Elwood):
Yes. Most of this sort of gear come in the wake of the video toaster.

BTW, the kitchen sync was a dual channel Time Based Corrector. Softhut have a used one going for $400 to give an indication as to the cost of these things.

-john
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 6 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Raffaele on 12-Mar-2003 13:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Elwood):
Yes, they are only NTSC...

I have still old Amiga World Magazine issues showing these products in advertising almost every month!

Supergen was produced also in PAL version (if I remember well)...

I don't remember anything about how clear were the signals it generated...

Bye,

Raf
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 7 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by greenboy on 12-Mar-2003 13:59 GMT
These were great units to produce good quality video with classic Amigas and I sold a lot of them. As indicated the Kitchen Sync was a dual TBC with a lot of flexibility, and the Supergen was probably the best outboard genlock in its price range. I can't recall if there was a PAL version.
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 8 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by sutro on 12-Mar-2003 20:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Raffaele):
>I have still old Amiga World Magazine issues showing these products in advertising almost every month!

Yes, I remember them too. Good old times.
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 9 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Ben Hermans/Hyperion on 14-Mar-2003 14:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (sutro):
Shame that they are all NTSC standard. We have PAL over here.
Kitchen Syncs and SuperGen 2000's : Comment 10 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Iggy Drougge on 15-Mar-2003 02:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Raffaele):
The SuperGen was often used as a reference for other genlocks to match due to its high picture quality.
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