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#9 2008-12-09 00:18:02

wody
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From: Munich
Registered: 2008-12-09
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Hi doki,

just saw this forum.
I have a PSOne LCD without the casing, only TFT and PCBs. I am a cockpit builder (Flight Simulator 2004) and will use the LCD for the screen of a FMC. So far no problem with bringing the right picture to the screen.

I just want to make a quick test with S-Video from my graphics card TV-Out (Later I will change to VGA).

I plan to use following cables: From TV-Out (S-Video) to yellow cinch, and further on yellow cinch to 3,5mm Jack into PSOne LCD. The remaining cinch leads are nit used. Will this work? Since I am missing the case, I am not sure about the AV-In jack. Is it the black or green one?

Can you help me?

Thanks for this very good and exhausting instructions in this thread. Pls also post the C-Sync conversion, because I will need it for my VGA connection (Nvidia).

Thanks again!!!!

Peter

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2008-12-09 00:18:02

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#10 2008-12-09 07:08:00

doki
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Registered: 2007-06-20
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Thanks for viewing...

Before my VGA Mod I'm using the SVideo/TV Out of my graphics card. I works well but the quality is not that good compare to VGA Mod. By the way I use the 3.5mm jack from PSONE AV/IN to graphics card TV out... I will post the picture of this cable when I got home... And also I will check which one is AV/IN jack for you.

For the CSync Converter, try to visit this link:

http://www.tkk.fi/Misc/Electronics/circ … 2rgbs.html


I only drink diluted water.

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#11 2008-12-10 23:55:55

wody
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Thanks a lot, doki!

In the meantime I have got the right cable. I will for sure go the VGA road later on. Just for the next 2 months I will need S-Video.

Thanks also for the link.

Have a nice day,
Peter

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#12 2008-12-13 06:23:04

doki
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

no problem... I hope we can see some of your projects soon smile Thanks for visiting...


I only drink diluted water.

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#13 2009-01-07 08:37:43

doki
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

I've made a custom 7.5v Voltage regulator circuit to draw power on directly on ATX Power supply.

2_image_101.jpg

Heatsink were added to dissipate heat and to prevent auto shutoff due to overheating. FDD power connector was also added for easy installation and LED for indicator.

2_test_psu.jpg


I only drink diluted water.

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#14 2009-07-01 22:22:09

MaDYouNG
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From: Turkey / Konya
Registered: 2009-07-01
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Thanks for this information about PsOne LCD for VGA.

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#15 2009-07-01 22:40:35

doki
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Your Welcome... Thanks for visiting on the site.


I only drink diluted water.

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#16 2009-12-01 09:45:30

bobtitus
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From: France
Registered: 2009-12-01
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Re: PSOne LCD Mod (VGA)

Hello Doki,

sorry to bother you, but I have read your mod for the PSOne LCD Monitor with great interest and decided to get myself one...

The idea was to feed it with a video composite signal through the miniplug connector at the back of it as describe :

"3. If you can make do with (or only want to use) a composite signal (say from a PC’s TV-out port) – you can get a 4 pole 3.5mm jack plug, wire it up and connect that to the rear of the PSone screen."

Problem is the LCD screen does not seem to power when I connect it to a 7.5v power supply sad
Is this normal behavior, do you need to trick it to think it is connected to a PSOne in order to get it to power, or is it just a faulty unit?

Thanks for your help and sorry again for bothering you, it's very difficult today to find info about this on the web.

Bob

PS : email sent as well, wasn't sure to find you here...

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