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Hacking a salvaged Vacuum Fluorescent Display
posted February 24 2015 20:01.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Dave salvaged this nice VFD from some sort of sound equipment probably. He made a very nice video explaining first how these vintage displays work. Then he walks us through the necessary steps to bring it back to life! Awesome video Dave!


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