Commodore Amiga CD32

The Commodore Amiga CD32 was basically an Amiga 1200 computer with a CD slapped on and made into a console. The system had a short shelf life; it was brought to market in September 1993 and Commodore filed for bankruptcy in April 1994. It was claimed that the CD32 was the first 32 bit CD console, however it actually wasn’t, there was an obscure Japanese only system, although that was only available in Japan. The CD32 games were basically Amiga computer games, ie DOS ports from what i’ve seen; there are some good titles on the system worth playing.

Modding video

Video mod

The CD32 has a Sony CXA video chip that can be tapped off for RGB quite easily, using pins 11, 21, 22, 23

Useful links

There aren’t many forums remaining for this system, if there are any other notable ones, please let me know:


3 Responses to “Commodore Amiga CD32”

  1. hi could you help me out please i have connected pins 11, 21, 22, 23

    to a scart cable

    21 = 7

    22 = 11

    23 = 15

    11 = 20

    its not working iam getting a scrambled pic out of synk and black and white

    can you tell me what iam missing here?

    thank you in advance

  2. Just a couple of suggetions for Amiga forums that are still going strong: (this site features a ton of Amiga modifications that you might be interested in..)

    Hope you found these suggestions helpful. 🙂

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