From: fred on
In article <7nvtflF3njgr0U2(a)mid.individual.net>, Adrian C
<email(a)here.invalid> writes
>Adrian C wrote:
>>
>> From my experience of driving RGB through the Scart socket, the
>> television sets I found still needed the sync information supplied
>> through pin 19.
>
>Whoops, pin 20 (TV end)
>
Oh well, back to the drawing board but still a good unit, I can think of
2 people needing one.
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fred
BBC3, ITV2/3/4, channels going to the DOGs
From: fred on
In article <7nvf9pF3n6vd0U1(a)mid.individual.net>, Adrian C
<email(a)here.invalid> writes
>> Adrian C <email(a)here.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>> Search for order code N79HH
>
>Pure 'Cooking Quality' merchandise :-)
>
Update:

Thanks for the order code on these, I know a few who needed something
like this so got 3 to cover the global need.

In common with a lot of line ends from Maplin, 2 of the 3 were in a
shabby state and clearly customer returns. One was missing its power
supply and when powered up by one of the others it had a fault on the
front panel channel indicators.

The others tested out ok but I wouldn't expect them to last forever as
the analogue switch chips are being overvolted about 2V past their Abs
Max ratings (20V Rec, 22V abs Max, 24V supply).

In spite of that, I agree they are good 'cookers' and am glad to have
the working two.

Thanks again.
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fred
BBC3, ITV2/3/4, channels going to the DOGs