No prob man.
No prob man.
As I kept looking I realized that you soldered to the blue ribbon wires and not the daughter board, did I do it right? I soldered the VGA cable to the daughter board directly. I guess your way would've been a lot easier for me.
Yeah, it doesn't matter. The way I see it is if you still want the full functionality of your screen, solder it to the bottom of the input board. If you are going to use it just for VGA like me, cut and splice wires. Either way, doesn't matter, VGA functionality is still the same.
Thanks again man, I appreciate it!!
Anything else man, just let me know.
Along with the VGA cable, I ordered some DB25 solder cups. I hope the stuff will be here by Tuesday.
The graphic LCD is just sitting in the closet right now. I wanna get the PSone screen working, then spend some time playing with the graphic LCD. I have read some more about neg voltage generators. I think I can pull it off, but will take more time than the PSone LCD.
Ive been looking for deal on a PCI video card. I found some new ones for under $40 shipped. I figure I can use the card in a dual monitor setup later.
Visiontek Geforce4 MX420 from here
or a Sapphire Radeon 7000 from Newegg
Sounds good to me. If I remember right, as a rule of thumb, if it has TV-out it will do c-sync. Someone correct me if I'm wrong please.
I got another question if you guys don't mind. I know that the power requirement for this LCD are 7.5 volts, but whats the polarity?
I threw out the back plate, and thats normally where it says it, I don't want to fry this thing before I get it up and running... Afterwards is ok :D
verified by looking at my screen...
and tip was size "c" at radio shack, 4.7mm OD with 1.7mm ID
my geforce 2 mx400 with s-video out does not do c-sync, so I think thats not ture.Quote:
Originally Posted by Tidder