Actually the PSone screen CAN accept VGA. Its been around for years now.http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/2004/07/07/psone_lcd/1
I've been in the modding scene for quite some time now
Actually, that's exactly the article I was looking at.
It says you need to make sure your video card can output csync, and as far as I have heard, most
current cards don't. The idea behind the modular screen is you can take it anywhere and use it in a variety of ways; as a tv (via composite), as a computer monitor (via VGA), or in a portable, via RGB (or composite)- not sure what kind of connection to use here- I guess I would actually need 6 pins. Ideas anyone?
So, to use the screen as a monitor, I want to be able to connect it to any average computer, hence the h+v sync to csync converter. Again, I would like some help with the circuit to do this. Does it look like the diagram I posted earlier in this thread will do the job effectively? What parts would I need to build the circuit
- or, is it a pretty complex piece that would be better if I could find it premade somewhere. Anyone know where to get it? (cheaply)
Sorry for such long posts- if you have good info/ideas for one of my conveniently color coded
questions, please post and don't feel like you have to answer all of them at once.
Found a parts list for the h+v2csync converter on the original site:
C1 22 uF 10V electrolytic
C2 22 uF 10V electrolytic
R1 2.2 kohm
R2 2.2 kohm
R3 1.8 kohm
R4 1.8 kohm
R5 2.7 kohm
R6..R8 47 ohm
U1 74LS86 or 74HCT86
T1&T2 BC 547
What is up with these last 2 guys? When I look up 74LS86 on digikey, it comes up with about 20 options. What kind of current should it be rated for?
Is there something special about the BC547 or can I just use any npn transistor I pull out of some old electronics? Again, what kind of amp/voltage rating should it have?
$> man woman
$> Segmentation fault (core dumped)