I want to hook my PSOne LCD upto my graphics card, but for the time being, I don't want to do a full VGA (actually DVI-I analog, probably) mod.
In practice which input have people found easier to use? The mini-jack on the back, or the multi-AV on the front?
a) get a mini-jack to composite video cable (does such a cable for s-video exist?)?...then just use a composite out from the graphics card into the mini-jack?
b) get a multi-AV cable (I've never seen a female-ended multi-AV...do such exist?) and just use the composite from the graphics card?
(P.S., I *am* searching through the forums, but having a hard time really finding what I am trying to figure out.)
How good are the PSone's? I'm looking for an affordable screen now and a PSone screen seems pretty nice.
I don't fully understand yet the csync problem, so I don't have a good solution in advance yet...shrug...we'll see.Originally Posted by vcbb5
The official Sony "psone" screen is the same as the "Verge" and "Zenith" gamescreens (Samsung LTS500Q1-GF1). The only difference is that they're missing the "input board" found in the "psone" units. That shouldn't be a problem though since I found a nice wiring diagram at a french site which applies to all of these screens.
Hm.... these seem interesting. There not VGA, but there affordable enough... Can anyone give me some input on the quality too? Anything about using this as a main screen?
see my attachments below for rca in...
Option A is the way to go, if you're using composite video, as the mult-AV jack uses composite video as the sync signal, and therefore probably wouldn't work. Hmm.. come to think of it, I've never tried doing it that way... I guess I'll experiment later, as I have a Composite+Stereo/Multi-AV cable. You can get a simple adapter to go from S-Video to composite, though you won't get the full quality of S-Video.Originally Posted by Xylo