Different video card that can be adjusted down to 15kHz (best option) or scan converter (poorer quality).Originally Posted by cafn8
I don't have a PSone LCD, never have, and have never attempted to connect one of these things. My familiarity is based on common sense on how this stuff actually works.
Just thought I would add my .02!
I think that anyone who has gotten this to work and is very comfortable with this, should make more and sell them. I'm sure that dumb people like me that don't even wanna screw with modding a screen, would pay to just have it arrive at their house already modded.
Again, just my .02
No I didn't, I said they were "poorer" quality (than a video card running at 15kHz).Originally Posted by mbkowns
Yep, it's a scan converter, it's probably a very nice scan converter. My advice is spend your money on a card that'll do 15kHz instead, you'll probably be happier with the result.Originally Posted by mbkowns
i have read the whole topic here and am looking at my broken initial portable DVD player and wondering if i could use this for second screen ,just something to play with my mp3s and video files .maybe put it in my entertainment center some day ,just as a cool effect .
i have aready fryed the dvd player part of the player ,
would this work someing like this psone screen .i wanted to put some scans of the parts and connections .but dont know how to post pics
initial DVD portable player with 4 inch lcd screen
12 pin connecter
with 8 pins being used
and it has some small mobo type board on it .
sould that be the controler ?
ive always wanted to use a small screen like this ,but info is hard to find
i need a whats what wire guide .
I don't get part of this circuit.Originally Posted by MatrixPC
I colored the area in white that doesn't seem to make any sense to me. It seems that nothing is connected to 5 and 6 or the connection to the 78LS86 right next to them. Can someone explain what gets connected there?
Jumper the middle pin to one of the outside pins. It's there to configure which psone connector pin is used to supply the csync.
Ah, makes perfect sense now.
Thanks for the info.