SCART ---> RGB cable!

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By Arkhan

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30-01-2009, 05:12

I have a Magnavox monitor with RGB, and kind of need an ScART to RGB cable for it.

I attempted/still attempting to make one that works but I suck at that kind of thing....

does anyone with skills have one, or is anyone willing to do one for me?

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By rolins

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30-01-2009, 05:29

Exactly what Magnavox model do you have?

By dhau

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30-01-2009, 07:36

Does it have DIN-6 analog RGB input? Magnavox is Phillips trademark in USA, so it may be the same as C= 1084P and Phillips CM8833. I build my cable using CAT-5 cable, it's pretty good and has 4 wire pairs inside. I used one wire in each pair as ground and one wire in each pair for red, green, blue and sync signals. All works well.

By Repair-Bas

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30-01-2009, 09:01

By Arkhan

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30-01-2009, 10:17

oh its an 8pin din, its the 1084 one.

I think my problem lies in Sync.

Where do horizontal and vertical sync wires on the DIN connect to on the SCART?

By Repair-Bas

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30-01-2009, 10:36

give me the type of the monitor and the type of the computer

By Arkhan

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30-01-2009, 10:37

nms8250 w/ SCART cable.
Magnavox RGB Monitor 80

when plugged in, you can see the MSX screen for half a second, swirling and then it shoots to a white screen,.

By Repair-Bas

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30-01-2009, 13:04

can you sent me a picture of the connectors from the monitor?

By Arkhan

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30-01-2009, 18:49

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By Pentarou

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30-01-2009, 19:57

If that monitor has only a TTL RGB socket it will not be easy to use it with an analog signal. Sad

By dhau

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30-01-2009, 20:33

You'll need to add analog RGB DIN-6 socket and any missing components for it, see C=1084P or CM8833 schematics for reference.

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