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Quote from: SyX on 19:48, 07 December 15anybody?
Quote from: SyX on 00:02, 08 December 15Thank you very much, @chinnyhill10 and @arnoldemu (i am going to need a few days to read all the post from the last year and a half), i will try tomorrow and i hope to have good news too.
Quote from: Bryce on 14:07, 08 December 15My recommendation is to try and find a TV with an S-Video input. These tend to give good, reproducable results and converting the CPCs RGB to S-Video requires just a simple (and tiny) device. The S-Video cabling and connector are also smaller and more reliable than SCART. Bryce.
Quote from: dragon on 13:44, 08 December 15Really searching today a tv with cpc in mind(and general tv) is a pain in the ass.Samsung have removed the scart in smartv series,
Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 15:56, 08 December 15Really? The ones last Summer still had full SCART but I had heard some models still had SCART but only via a special adaptor Samsung sell.. Eg this - Samsung UE40C7000 LED TV Scart Socket Adapter Cable: Amazon.co.uk: ElectronicsSo Samsung save 50 pence during manufacture and then gouge users for far more after purchase.
Quote from: Bryce on 16:05, 08 December 15we should really be looking at cheap reliable Y,Cb,Cr/Y,Pb,Pr or HDMI solutions.
Quote from: dragon on 18:58, 08 December 15Googling i found this project:https://www.google.es/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://github.com/MusicMiK/RGB-YPbPr&ved=0ahUKEwjHoYKD6czJAhXIVj4KHRqFB6Q4FBAWCDIwBw&usg=AFQjCNHETkfLRyEPdVtXb-UG66Td9SSTLg&sig2=eRUuSJwg_uRRHQO0AhlsXAIf all are bad conveters maybe is not best build one made to the cpc?
Quote from: Bryce on 21:29, 08 December 15Converting RGB to YPbPr isn't actually all that difficult as it needs no frame sampling/storing and can all be done in realtime (ie: no lag) with a few transistors or opamps. It has minor advantages over SCART, but again, that will depend on how the TV is decoding the signal and could potentially have the same sync issues as SCART on some TVs.
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