[mythtv-users] RGB Output?
flokohlert at muenchen-mail.de
Sun Dec 5 13:44:43 UTC 2004
> If the trouble is with soldering to the vga connector, you might work
> around that by buying a vga extention cable, chopping it in half, and
> then soldering to the wires. That should be much easier than trying
> to solder to the connector itself.
> On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 12:08:19 +0000, Tom Hughes <tom at compton.nu> wrote:
> > In message <322.214.171.124.57.1101981326.squirrel at 126.96.36.199>
> > Mark Wormgoor <mark at wormgoor.com> wrote:
> > >> I haven't found any pre-made adaptors other than full scan convertors
> > >> which hopefully shouldn't be necessary. There are several recipes for
> > >> rolling it yourself on the web though, complete with sync combiner
> > >> circuits if necessary.
> > >
> > > Well, I've made one myself, but soldering a vga plug is definitely not
> > > fun. It would be very nice if pre-made vga-scart rgb cables existed,
> > > I've searched for them for weeks and finally gave up.
> > Yeah. Trying to solder up a VGA-SCART cable is definitely not
> > something I'm looking forward to - my soldering skills are distinctly
> > rusty... Doesn't look like there is much choice though.
> > Tom
Works great with a geforce4xm here. Soldered vga->rgb.
But beware, its great but youŽll surely find out afterwards that your
tv-card is your new bottleneck in quality then ;)
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