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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by lifeisbetterwithketchup » Sun Apr 11, 2010 5:18 pm

Tchay wrote:For gamecube portables, however, I will need to do the RGB mod to the IC chip. Its a very easy mod requiring only one resistor to be added. I don't believe I need to add in Vsync and Hsync for PS1 screens. Someone check me on that.
I don't have the datasheet handy, but I believe you combine Vsync and Hsync off the IC after throwing it into RGB mode into C-sync, which the PSOne screen needs.
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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by Tchay » Sun Apr 11, 2010 7:11 pm

lifeisbetterwithketchup wrote:
Tchay wrote:For gamecube portables, however, I will need to do the RGB mod to the IC chip. Its a very easy mod requiring only one resistor to be added. I don't believe I need to add in Vsync and Hsync for PS1 screens. Someone check me on that.
I don't have the datasheet handy, but I believe you combine Vsync and Hsync off the IC after throwing it into RGB mode into C-sync, which the PSOne screen needs.
No problem, if I need to wire up V and H, it is all in the stickies.
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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by nevermind1534 » Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:10 pm

jdmlight wrote:
nevermind1534 wrote:I got mine for a steal. $5 from gamestop for the official one.
:shock: Wow, that's a ridiculous deal. I'll have to check my local gamestop...
I've got a feeling it's one of those once in a lifetime finds. That was the only time that I had ever seen them with any, so I swiped them up quickly. Luckily, nobody else knew of their value.
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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by Tchay » Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:30 pm

nevermind1534 wrote:
jdmlight wrote:
nevermind1534 wrote:I got mine for a steal. $5 from gamestop for the official one.
:shock: Wow, that's a ridiculous deal. I'll have to check my local gamestop...
I've got a feeling it's one of those once in a lifetime finds. That was the only time that I had ever seen them with any, so I swiped them up quickly. Luckily, nobody else knew of their value.
So was this everybody. Check the link again. They are no longer in stock. And the price has skyrocketed. Good thing I got mine while it was only 47 bucks :P
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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by Zeturi » Sat Apr 24, 2010 9:50 pm

Hey Tchay, don't you have something you were supposed to be doing? :evil:
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Re: Gamecube Component cords for $47.65 shipped

Post by Tchay » Sat Apr 24, 2010 10:29 pm

Zeturi wrote:Hey Tchay, don't you have something you were supposed to be doing? :evil:
:shock: (runs off and hides)
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