Graphics Card for Zorro-II/III Systems
The Picasso IV is not only a graphics card, it's a complete expansion system for your
A2000, A3000(T) and A4000(T). The board combines a graphics card, a flicker fixer
and a 4-channel stereo selector. Additionally, it features several connectors for
expansions, e.g. Paloma (video-in/TV module),
Pablo (video-out module) and Concierto (sound module).
The Picasso IV is a Zorro II/III based 64-bit Amiga card using the Cirrus Logic GD5446
graphics chip. It uses 45ns EDO RAM and provides resolutions up to 1600x1200 in 16bit or
max.1280x1024 in 24bit (non-interlaced). It has a programmable onboard flicker fixer with
Flash-EPROM to hold the configuration. There is also a onboard audio signal switcher to
connect a CD-ROM audio output and a external audio source. You can directly connect active
audio boxes. With that feature the sound level of the CD-ROM output will not be lower then
the orginal Amiga output and you are able to switch the inputs with the included software.