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How to convert RGB video to composite/svideo?

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by (?), Dec 2, 2007.

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  1. (?)

    (?) Guest

    I assumed this would be a simple thing to do, but havent found any
    easy way to do it on google , without expensive specialised video
    chips.

    Is there a simple way (using off the shelf components) to recombine
    the RGB signal into composite video?
     
  2. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "(?)"

    ** Errr - so $6.90 is expensive to you ?


    ( The MC1377 from WES )


    ** No.


    .......... Phil
     
  3. (?)

    (?) Guest

    Thanks Phil.

    Obviously I wasnt looking in the right places.

    Do you know if Dick smith/jaycar or any other local store has them ??

    Cheers.
     
  4. kreed

    kreed Guest

    Here is a page with many circuits, including for the device Phil has
    recommended.

    http://www.epanorama.net/links/videocircuits.html
     
  5. (?)

    (?) Guest

  6. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "(?)"
    "Phil Allison"

    ** Wagner Electronic Services = WES Components.



    ........ Phil
     
  7. Graeme Gill

    Graeme Gill Guest

    Judging by my local Dick Smith Power House, they are no longer
    in the business of selling electronic components, and now
    look just like Harvey Norman.

    [Seems like typical bean counting. Stocking electronic components
    is fidly, has higher overheads, and less profit than selling
    plasma TV's and vacuum cleaners, so get rid of them. It's
    harder of course to count the effect on the level of patronage.]

    I'm sure Radio Parts and Jaycar will be happy.

    Graeme Gill.
     
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