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Modding PSONE wiring question !?

Discussion in 'Modding' started by karrektor, 22 Jul 2004.

  1. karrektor

    karrektor What's a Dremel?

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    Hi all,

    ok got all my bits together ready to wire this sukker up looked at the guides,
    gone to solder up and ! whats that blue wire on the left hand set of pins in looks like pin 2 on most pics of the rewiring? (the connnector that usualy isnt ringed on diagrams ) just wondered where that is connected as blue on the main part is pin 3 to vga 9.


    so this blue wire is pin 2 to ?


    help im so close !!!!!!!!
     
  2. plazymburn

    plazymburn What's a Dremel?

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    i've wondered what that was too, chose to ignore it though, how come noone answers questions about this mod much anymore
     
  3. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    I have no idea, but if it's not in the guides then you can probably ignore it safely.

    On a different note, anyone have a clue how I'd go about hooking this up to S-Video? All of the guides cover VGA but none seem to do S-video (which I would certainly think would mean no fiddling around with the powerstrip stuff...)
     
  4. MegaRouge

    MegaRouge What's a Dremel?

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    All you need for S-Video is the right cable. There's a port on the back of the LCD that you plug it into, then plug the other end into the TV-out on your video card. No soldering, no messing around with Powerstrip or having to use a second video card. The picture's not too bad either.
     
  5. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    Oh it's native S-video? Same with composite too (not that I'd need it)? I've never seen one in person. Well, that sure simplifies things :) I'm planning to use it as the main display for one of the tiny VIA boards (which have s-video out, and an RCA for either digital audio or composite video :rock:), I found that a distributor lives maybe a half hour away from me :)

    Yeah I've seen the difference between S-video and composite.. it's definately noticible. I have my playstation hooked up to my AIW video card... it was kinda blurry with the comp. now it's just blocky with S-video but that's normal since it is a PS1... graphics are less than stellar. Actually the comp. kinda blurred it enough to almost have an antialiasing effect lol
     
  6. karrektor

    karrektor What's a Dremel?

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    illusive blue wire!!!

    hehe ok if u guys got em working without using the wire ill skip it too )
     
  7. adamjones01101

    adamjones01101 What's a Dremel?

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