Commodore 64 & 128 and Amiga Monitor Cables
and cables for other old composite and RGB monitors and computers


New and Used Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 monitor cables. Amiga monitor cables. Cable for old Magnavox, Sakata, Teknika, Thompson, Amdek, Sears and Panasonic composite and RGB monitors and RGB video cables. Other old monitor cables.



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split chroma/luma 40 column video cable
8 pin video cables for connecting a Commodore 64 or 128 computer to Commodore 1701, 1702, 1802, 1902, 1080, 1084 or 2002 monitors. 6 ft. long. Won't work on 5 pin (1982) C-64. Note: This cable only works with Commodore brand monitors and a few other brands which have 3 RCA input jacks-- one for audio, one for chroma (color) and one for luma (brightness). This cable will not work with monitors having only one video and one audio input jack. Also will not work with VCRs or newer televisions. $29 ea.

Magnavox to RGB monitor cable
8 pin male DIN to 9 pin male "D" connector. For 80 column Commodore 128 video mode and also useful on older RGB (CGA) PC computers. Also works on Commodore 1902A monitor. For use with many Philips, Magnavox and NAP (North American Philips) RGB monitors. $10 or $9 ea. for 2 or more!

40 column Commodore monitor cable (6 ft. length)
New composite 5 pin audio/video monitor cables for 64/128. Allows you to connect your Commodore 64, Commodore 128 or Vic-20 to older style color or monochrome monitors having video and audio RCA style input jacks. Can also be used to connect a Commodore 64 to a VCR or newer style televisions which have video and audio RCA inputs. Note: This cable also works with Commodore 64 and 128 computers which have an 8 pin connector! 6 ft. long. $15 ea.
New Lower Price!

New 40 column Commodore monitor cable 3 ft.
Same as above except just 3 ft. long. Composite 5 pin audio/video monitor cables for 64/128. Allows you to connect your Commodore 64, Commodore 128 or Vic 20 to older style color or monochrome monitors having video and audio RCA style input jacks. Can also be used to connect a Commodore 64 to a VCR or newer style televisions which have video and audio RCA inputs. Note: This cable also works with Commodore 64 and 128 computers which have an 8 pin connector! 3 ft. long. $24 ea.

Male 9 pin "D" to Female 9 pin "D" cable
New 3' cable with 9 pin "D" male to 9 pin "D" female. Can be used for RGB output from Commodore 128 or old IBM PCs (having a CGA card) to connect to RGB inputs of Commodore brand and other brands of monitors having a 9 pin "D" male input. Can also be used for connecting 9 pin IBM AT type serial comm port to different devices. Can also be used as a short joystick extension cable for Commodore-- although it doesn't fit tremendously well on the Commodore game port. $9 ea.

TV cable and antenna switchbox

Antenna switchbox & rf cable to use 128 or 64 on television. This is a switchbox and cable for connecting a Commodore 64 to a television. These switchboxes and/or cables may be used or new but will be in good condition. Note #1: If your television has a video and audio (RCA jack) input you will probably have a better picture by using one of the 5 pin Commodore monitor cables being sold further below on this list. Note #2: If your televsion has only the round "cable TV" type coaxial input you will need a 75 ohm to 300 ohm adapter mentioned below in order to use the antenna switchbox which is designed for televisions using the flat antenna wire. $11

TV cable without switchbox


Same cable as mentioned above but without the antenna switchbox included. Only $4 ea. if you order 2 or more! $6

Antenna switchbox without TV cable

Same antenna switchbox as mentioned above but without the TV cable included. Only $4 ea. if you order 2 or more! $6

75 ohm to 300 ohm antenna adapter

Purchase this adapter if your television has only the round (cable TV) style antenna input and you want to connect an old Commodore or Atari computer to your TV using the above mentioned antenna switchbox. $7

5 pin DIN male to 5 pin DIN female 6' monitor extension cable Extend the length of your 5 pin Commodore video cable by 6 feet! This 5 pin DIN male to 5 pin DIN female cable will also connect to later Commodore 64 & 128 models which had the 8 pin video connector. This cable can also be used as an extension cable for AT type PC keyboards which use a 5 pin DIN connector! $14

40 col. DIN to DIN monitor cable for Commodore 1902A monitor Rare 8 pin-6 pin monitor input cable for 1902A, etc. May be used. Approximately 40" or 42" long. email for availability

molded Amiga monitor cable A-9

23 pin female to 6 pin DIN male video cables for Amiga to Commodore & Magnavox monitors email for price and availability

Amiga monitor cable A-6

23 pin female to 6 pin DIN male video cables for Amiga to Commodore & Magnavox monitors $32

Amiga monitor cable A-9m

23 pin female to 9 pin male "D" video cable fits many Commodore and Amiga monitors. Very good price on this Amiga cable.
Note #1: Most old Amiga RGB monitors require the 9-pin female connector on the cable so this cable will not connect to most old Amiga RGB monitors. We are not sure if a gender adapter will facilitate this cable being used on the Amiga monitors requiring the 9-pin female connector or not.

However, there were some of the old Amiga RGB monitors which did require the 9-pin male connector like this cable has.

Note #2: We recently got in several of these cables but don't have an Amiga monitor with a female RGB input on it and thus haven't been able to adequately test these cables. We tested one on an Amiga 1080 monitor which has the male RGB input (using a gender adapter) and couldn't get it to work but were not sure the gender adapter was functional or whether the cable is wired differently for Amiga monitors having the female RGB input. The packaging of these cables clearly indicates that the cable is for Amiga to RGB monitors though. Therefore, we are offering the cable at two different prices: For $17 we will guarantee that the cable works (if being used on an Amiga monitor requiring the cable to have a 9-pin male connector) or you can get a refund. For $12 we will sell the cable AS IS if you are not using it on an Amiga monitor which requires the cable to have a 9-pin male connector. Also, because the 23-pin connectors (like this cable has) are valuable by themselves (because they are somewhat difficult to find) some may want the cable just for the 23-pin female Amiga connector. Both the 23-pin and the 9-pin connectors on this cable can be disassembled fairly easily with a precision screwdriver and modified by you or your technician as needed.

$17 or
$12 AS IS

Amiga monitor cable A-9
23 pin female to 9 pin female "D" video cable fits many Commodore and Amiga monitors. Very good price on this Amiga cable. sold out

23 pin female connector for Amiga (disassembled)


close up of 23 pin female connector for Amiga
23 pin female "D" connector. Actually this item is exactly the same item as the A-9 monitor cable mentioned above but we want to let you know that the 23 pin D connector on this cable can be easily taken apart with a small phillips screwdriver for those who need the connector to make their own customized cable for a different monitor. Obviously you will need to know the correct pinouts and have the proper connector for the other end so we don't accept responsibility if you don't do it right. We are only mentioning this as a possibility because we have heard from many of our customers how difficult it is to find a 23 pin connector like this that can be easily disassembled and reassembled. All of the pins have solder legs so this connector could be used for any application where it would fit. This connector is exactly the same size as a parallel printer port on a computer would be if the last pin on the top and bottom were absent. sold out

power cord
Fits many Commodore and Amiga monitors, printers, disk drives and many other devices. Also fits most PC compatible systems and monitors. Style and color may vary from photo. $5 ea. or 3 for $12

Sears, Amdek,
Panasonic monitor cable
Composite & RGB 8 pin (rectangular) to C-128. This unusual looking cable can be used for RGB (from a Commodore 128 or older style CGA PC) or composite (for Commodore 64/128/etc.) or both. This cable is ideal for both composite (40 column mode) and RGB (80 column mode) on the Commodore 128 using one of these compatible monitors. $9

Teknika MJ-22 monitor cable bundle Includes both the 40 column composite cable and the 80 column (RGB) video cable for the Commodore 128 for the Technika MJ-22 monitor. $9

Thompson 40/80 video cable Switching cable for Thompson 128 type monitors. $12

15 pin Male D (not VGA-- has two rows of pins) to 9 pin Male D cable. $17
Might be Apple 2GS monitor cable or Macintosh-RGB monitor cable.




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