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  • wowww, those cabs are going to look like they are coming from factory NEW..great job..

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  • Somewhere in the tread there is a recommended switch from eBay that has 16 HDMI input from China for about $200.. I got that one and works well but that switch can not do 4k.arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…41e015930683d90d118638095

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  • Quote from Kabal2X: “Bummer, will try and see what can I do in the next few weeks, will update here with results ” Also double check the doc.. I had this originally 22 = blanking 23 = R in 24 = G in 25 = B in But I think, it is like this.. 23 = R in 24 = G in 25 = B in 26 = blanking

  • Hello there.. I have not had the time to mess with it and I just put things back together..I wanted to try what the 8bit guy did first to see if it worked and then moved to lifting the legs on that be*ch if that did not work.. I tried it on a Phillips CRT, lifted the legs fine but my soldering skills sucked, I did not had the patience to solder wires correctly to the chip and went like, I will get back to you another time.. make sure that you practice with a soldering gun (a lot) and you will ha…

  • Where is the megatron located? In the blast?

  • Quote from ebzero89: “Haha you're not wrong, the main benefit is being able to continue using the TV the same way it was before, in addition to actually being able to see what the OSD does when you make changes while sending RGB. ” The pelco's monitor OSD, it's just show, no signal or video or cam display nothing more... all the adjustment are done from a control board PCB (like an arcade monitor) which is mounted at the front for brightness, color, volume etc, there is no RF remote control like…

  • Not sure how to go about it.. If I trace R204-206 R204 it is going to the jungle chip R OUT pin 21 R205 It is going to the jungle chip G OUT pin 20 R206 it is going to the jungle chip B OUT pin 19 If I trace R204-206 the other way around R204 it is going to the the neck board R R205 It is going to the the neck board G R206 it is going to the the neck board B I was watching the 8bitguy video again and he wired blanking to the micro controller blanking pin in stead of the jungle blanking in.. I fo…

  • Quote from ebzero89: “Yeah his video is good for the general concept but please do be careful and don't straight up copy him, he's doing things with BNC connectors and not SCART, you'll have to do some slightly different wiring and tie things to ground slightly differently. Also, be very sure that the resistors go to the pins you need. Test it with a meter! Should only take a second. As for wiring up the SCART head whenever you get to that point, I don't have much advice, I was lazy, and made a …

  • @ebzero89 - took a look at the 8bit video.. I see them now.. R204, R205 and R206 which matches with what the 8bit is doing..cool stuff:)arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…41e015930683d90d118638095

  • Quote from ebzero89: “The thing I'm talking about is an OSD Hijack mod, you should just need to pull up the ground leg of a resistor in line with the target pin and connect a wire from that to the appropriate pin on the SCART connector. Again, please check the schematic on the shumps forum, Mark posted directly above your post, look in his signature. Additionally, you only ever need to tie the blanking line high (to 5v) if you're using BNC or something that can't inject 5v or you're doing a swit…

  • Quote from ebzero89: “You know if you can get the full schematic you can probably do this non destructively. A lot of the YouTube videos use the snipping and pull up method that removes the osd and so on. You don't have to directly inject into those pins is the point. Just to the non ground side of a resistor in line with the pin. MarkOZLAD on the shmups forums has a general overview schematic in his signature in the rgb mod thread there. ” @ebzero89 - I upload two more pics of the back of the c…

  • Quote from ebzero89: “You know if you can get the full schematic you can probably do this non destructively. A lot of the YouTube videos use the snipping and pull up method that removes the osd and so on. You don't have to directly inject into those pins is the point. Just to the non ground side of a resistor in line with the pin. MarkOZLAD on the shmups forums has a general overview schematic in his signature in the rgb mod thread there. ” I have been looking for schematic for the monitor and n…

  • Quote from Derick2k: “Did you find out which chip the monitor has? Does it take an alternate rgb input? Or are you hijacking the main input? Can you post some pics of the Pelco MB? ” pics are bellow.. basically I am going for the legs on pin 22-25 on the chip.. 22 = blanking 23 = R in 24 = G in 25 = B in drive.google.com/drive/folders…K0dPG7ZErJIcB-JIzzBQ1kdBq

  • @ebzero89 - I am planning on using a female scart and connect a MiSTer (scart) and GroovyMame..I did not know about the console 5v.. the issue is that I am a total newbie at this.. I am watching a lot of YouTube videos on mod RGB TV and they all mention getting 5v from the TV main board for the blinking or maybe I am miss understanding them on the videos. All the YouTuber get a nice diagram but they don’t show step by step what to do and where to buy stuff.. I will document everything as a go fo…

  • The only 20-21” with components that I have seen are flat and they don’t appear that often.. I’m looking for curve like the pelco’s and there is something with the brightness on those monitors that do not hurt my eyes..