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Thread: Kenwood Nav input & touchscreen output

  1. #81
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    I've got RGB video!

    I was able to get a clear RGB signal into my new Kenwood head unit. As it turns out, I didn't have to get a video scaler/converter at all. What I had to do was configure my XBOX to send a 480i signal via RGB to the LCD. I ended up butchering an XBOX SCART RGB cable. After wiring up the individual R, G, B, Sync leads, I had a nice solid picture.

    Here's an example of the SCART cable I butchered (mine looked slightly different):
    http://www.divineo.cn/cgi-bin/div-cn/xb-advsccbl.html

    Here's some links where I got some additional help:
    http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/Xbox_VGA_HOWTO
    http://www.xbox-scene.com/articles/vga-cable.php

    I'll post some pictures when I get a chance... Now to finalize the cable (get rid of my wirewraps and do some soldering) and plan for an install! w00t.

    -Arion

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    Connection on RGB

    hi everyone!
    I try to connect Kenwood 7025 to GPS by RGB next way:

    6. Green
    7. Red
    10. Blue
    12. V-sync
    13. GND (Video)

    But there is no picture on the display, what my mistake is in?

    Sorry for my English.

  3. #83
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    H-sync ?

  4. #84
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    carpc to kenwood nav cable RBG.

    Looking to hook up a pc to a Kenwood ddx-8019.

  5. #85
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    This is quite an old thread and probably is not even monitored by OP.
    In case someone can help, I can't get the guide from either the arion site or from port20 site. I'm wondering if anyone can provide the guide or should I email port20?

    Another thing, I'm planning on using my own DIN connector instead of buying the nav cable. So can someone provide me the pinout on the female DIN connector, instead of the color of the wires on the nav cable.

  6. #86
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    Found the How-To

    Hey, I think I've found the lost how-to instructions. Check out

    http://www.nyccs.net/filelib/Kenwood...%20Friscia.pdf

    Please post if anybody picks this up and runs with it. I am very interested in finding out more...

    Cheers

  7. #87
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    How did you go with the pin-out of the kenwood RGB navigation input?

  8. #88
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    Been looking for this threads since the first day i joined. Nice job to the thread starter... Any other succesful story recently...

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    ANyone have an updated link? The one in post #86 is dead.
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    The document request

    I'm attaching the document reqested. Enjoy

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