|Manufacturer||Philips (OEM for Commodore)|
|Dot Pitch||0,42 mm|
|Regions||PAL or NTSC depending on model|
|Composite||1x rear (RCA)|
|S-Video||1x rear (twin RCA, shared with composite)|
|Component||2x rear RGB (8-pin DIN digital, 6-pin DIN analog, connect only one)|
|Audio Input||1x rear (twin RCA, shared between all inputs)|
|Chassis||Philips CM8833 variant|
|Standard Boards||TTL video DAC (see article)|
NTSC version can be identified by the 120 V power input, front hue control, and 4 rear controls for size and position. PAL version is 220 V, lacks a hue control, and moves the horizontal position knob to the front.
Digital input is for CGA-compatible signal (5 volt RGBIHV), linear input is for SCART-compatible signal (RGBS). Very early production DAC card (possibly not used in 1084S-P) also supports Apple XRGB, selected via a dedicated pin unused on later versions. S-Video support (called LCA: Luma/Chroma/Audio) pre-dates its name or the de facto standard mini-DIN connector.
VCR switch increases horizontal sync for better compatibility with unstable signals (ie analog videotape).
Flyback: Philips AT2079-30102 = Diemen HR7506 = Eldor 11421395
The PCB and back cover can readily be upgraded with a SCART socket, as well as with a green-only filter circuit (present on other variants of the CM8833/50).