- Sep 17, 2018
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Just a guess, but SC-Ultra might already have the cable in the image, so getting the adapter made might be cheaper than getting a new cable.
I thought this, so it is essentially sending 240p RGBS to AV3. But with potential sound problems and loosing low pass filter options.You could use this with the OSSC, its AV3 input accepts RGBS (CSync on the VGA pin #13).
Yes. I run my HAS the same way. It makes me happy. Just wanted something similar for minigun I just built.So, you made an adapter that requires another adapter to work. I still don't "get it". But do whatever makes you happy.
Those cables are fairly common, not custom.So, you made an adapter that requires another adapter to work. I still don't "get it". But do whatever makes you happy.
It's on the silkscreen on the bottom of the PCB.Hey, I am making my own now, what is the pin out for the power connector? Been searching every where
Yes because I tried 2 different ones and ones brand new. I used the xrgb one from that uk store and then i got another one from them with then minidin to female scart and used a scart male to scart male cable and it was the same thing. Audio but not video. I guess its possible the cabkes are bad for this use but I doubt itYou sure it's not the video cable you're using?
I have made a handful of the 9pin advanced version. I followed the BOM included in the 9pin zip only. I am curious to know what you found missing.Hi I'm going to attempt one of these, but I'm a little confused, I have downloaded the 9pin din version (mega drive video out) but when I check the BOM there are lots of bits missing. Do I have to use BOM for the 8pin one also? Does anyone know of a good place to get electronic components in the UK other than rs online? Many thanks
Most of the through hole components. The large caps etc. But I may have done something wrong.I have made a handful of the 9pin advanced version. I followed the BOM included in the 9pin zip only. I am curious to know what you found missing.