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- Wed Jun 16, 2010 8:05 pm
- Forum: Technical Questions and Answers
- Topic: CRT TV problems
- Replies: 5
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I bought a Sony Wegas at a thrift store for about 50 bucks. Only problem was that almost the whole right side looks like it's been messed up by a magnet. http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/8599/img0153jp.jpg" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/2082/img01...
Yes. Why is it safe? I'm being serious here. It only uses as many amps as it needs. the amps are how much current it CAN put out. Volts are how fast the electricity moves through it (usually can't go over or under in volts). Amps times Volts equals Watts. You want a PSU that can put out AT LEAST as...
- Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:40 pm
- Forum: Portable Screen Hacking
- Topic: Zenith screen help?
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I tested my zenith screen before taking it apart to make sure it's working, and I tried taking it apart and rewiring it but I shorted out the 7.5 v line with GND. I fixed it, but now I get this weird flicker. Everything still works, It's just that it keeps on flickering. If I wire my yobo to it, I c...
Metallica Man X wrote:Almost the same screen/NES I used in my PNES mark1 (used a yobo at first, but smoked it, and went with a retro bit instead).
You'll get right around 5-6 hours of power out of 2500 mAh.
Awesome, thanks Metallica Man.
Depends on what is in the portable. A NOAC and a small screen (like the ones on Dealextreme) combined with a small audio amp (like an LM386) will draw around 300 mAh total, so that battery pack will provide about 8 hours of power. If something more power hungry is being used, like an original NES a...
- Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:04 pm
- Forum: Forum 42
- Topic: What's your internet connection speed?
- Replies: 26
- Views: 2924
I have an idea. Lets make this a competition. Lets see who has the fastest internet connection on Benheck and then we crown that person king of the internets!
Just curious, but about how long will those batteries last on a full charge?Metallica Man X wrote:Protection/charge circuit and all eh? Good stuff! 7.4v is more than enough to power a NES portable...and at 2500 mAh, you'll get plenty of play time to boot