Started by RetroRevival, 00:27, 03 September 11
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QuoteThe black'n'white image has been up a few times. There can be different reasons. Try searching a bit.
QuoteOnce I experienced it myself, it turned out to be because the cable I'd made was too long. But cutting it in half, it worked.
QuoteBut recently I bought a Samsung LCD which is also fine (even though my 14" Phillips CRT gives a more crisp picture of course).
QuoteTake a look at the various Scart cable diagrams here on the CPC wiki, some contain a battery attached to a pin.
Quote from: RetroRevival on 01:43, 08 September 11Hi Bryce,Its a Sony Trinitron 14T1U CRT, with Scart, RF and front Composite / Audio jacks. I also have an MP1 which gives a very washed out picture which I have put down to it being plagued with the general MP1/MP2 failures that others seem to have got.
QuoteActually, the Sony Trinitron is quite good for the CPC.
QuoteYou could try doing the MP1 to Composite conversion
Quote from: Gryzor on 19:38, 17 April 14It's been many, many years since I hooked up a CPC via SCART. However, I remember that as a child, every time I did that I was in awe. A cinematic experience!!!
Quote from: redbox on 23:04, 17 April 14I really can't believe how good the 14" Trinitron is - it's much better than a CTM but still looks like a CRT.
Quote from: redbox on 23:04, 17 April 14And the R3 hardware scrolling works too... and still no-one has confirmed if this is the first/only TV that can do this via SCART...
Quote from: SyX on 17:48, 25 April 14Well, you should search in the forum, R3 works perfectly in CRT TVs attached by scart.
Quote from: SyX on 17:48, 25 April 14Ups, and i don't know if you remember but i told you about "how i loved to play Subtera Puzlo in my CPC attached by scart to my CRT TV"
Quote from: redbox on 23:37, 25 April 14Aha, this is the key then - R3 doesn't work with LCDs by SCART, but it does work with CRTs via SCART. Thank you, this had been bugging me for a while...!
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