He's only right !StevenPi wrote:One thing to note though: The front single pin is NOT the signal pin. The two back one are with the front single one being ground.
Well, mostly right.... One of the back pins is signal, the one near the board legend "S4", the other back pin and the front pin are GND.Burngate wrote:He's only right !StevenPi wrote:One thing to note though: The front single pin is NOT the signal pin. The two back one are with the front single one being ground.
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At the risk of being wrong again, ...rurwin wrote:The wire you use to connect to the board need some care and attention. Composite video is a high frequency signal and it is prone to noise and ghosting effects if you get it wrong. For a few inches you can probably use any old coaxial cable that you can find. You could even use individual wires, but in that case you should twist them together. For a wire of any length you should use 75 ohm coaxial cable. Coaxial cable comes in three impedances: undefined for audio frequencies, 50 ohm for CB radio etc, and 75 ohm for TV and video. If you try to use undefined or 50 ohm cable you'll probably get ghosting on the screen.
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