Basement Modder's rough PS2p wiring diagram and other info

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Basement Modder's rough PS2p wiring diagram and other info

Post by Basement_Modder » Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:53 pm

Due to the increasing number of people asking how to make a PS2p, here you go:

RGB:
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NOTE: The lines DO NOT necessarily go to the screen input the picture shows. Diagram below.

Composite:
<coming soon>

A/V INFORMATION

Heres the A/V output
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Pin Description
1 Ground
2 Left Audio
3 Ground
4 Right Audio
5 S-Video Y
6 Composite Video
7 S-Video C
8 Video Ground
9 Blue
10 +5 Volt
11 Red
12 Green

NOTE: You must add a 220uf capacitor in each of the RGB lines (+ towards console) to get a good picture. If you don't, the picture will be too dark.

You can connect composite here: (Remember to connect ground)
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You must bridge HP_S, HP_L, and HP_R if you aren't adding a headphone jack to your portable.
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And RGB here: (remember to connect ground.)
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If your PSone screen powers up and goes blank, this may fix it:
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PRICING INFORMATION:

-This can cost anywhere from $80-$400 depending on what quality you want. Batteries are a BIG factor

SIZE INFORMATION

-Size depends on how streamlined you make it. You should get a pretty small portable from the slim version. (EG: 8"x5"x1.5")

TIME + LABOR INFORMATION

-This can take you from 1-6 months, depending on how often you work and how good you are with a soldiering iron.





ENJOY YOUR PORTABLE
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Re: Basement Modder's rough PS2p wiring diagram and other info

Post by Zeturi » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:12 am

Your RGB lines are wrong in the diagram. You need to put the RGB input to the screen on the left, with the power wires, not on the same set of pins as composite and audio. Otherwise, nice. 8)
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Re: Basement Modder's rough PS2p wiring diagram and other info

Post by Basement_Modder » Thu Jun 11, 2009 11:56 am

I said ROUGH diagram. The technical Inputs are a few pics below that. :wink:
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