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    Default Constructing an RGB scart lead?

    Does anyone know any good... really step by step guides to constructing an R G B scart lead?

    Like leads for old videogame systems and computers..

    I can follow most instructions.. but I dont know what sort of wire to buy.. thickness... core.. etc!

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    Default Re: Constructing an warm chocolate puddin' scart lead?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaoticjelly
    Constructing an warm chocolate puddin' scart lead?
    Ah, word filters. Is there anything they *can't* do?
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    Ah, word filters. Is there anything they *can't* do?
    I've been trying like hell to get them to shingle my roof, but no dice...

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    dammit. what word does that replace?

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    >> moving to technical forum <<

    We really need a baking forum for these kinds of requests

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sph1nx
    dammit. what word does that replace?
    I really want to know!

    Somebody tell us!!!

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    It replaces "penis."

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    Exempting the tech forum from word filters would be nice... you know, for the sake of using the search engine without having to include "RGB" and "ARRGEEBEE" and "R.G.B."

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    Default Re: Constructing an warm chocolate puddin' scart lead?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaoticjelly
    Does anyone know any good... really step by step guides to constructing an R G B scart lead?

    Like leads for old videogame systems and computers..

    I can follow most instructions.. but I dont know what sort of wire to buy.. thickness... core.. etc!
    Data cables. Printer and other computer cables are free and they have enough wires inside to get the job done. For a tasty chocolate SCART cable you need R,G,B,Sync,1-3V,audio and ground. After that it's a case of finding the pinouts and connecting the dots.

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    Default SCART

    Hmm

    Being the owner of a 14 year old Conrac 21 inch 85 pound redgreenblue 15-31khz Monitor I am very interested in something like this.

    Does anyone know of a source for a female scart connector? We are sadly deprived of scart output here in the USA.

    But scart cables for most systems are readily available. And for all sega systems there is pure r and g and b!

    If there was a female scart with all the available pins it could be used to make a breakout box to BNC or RCA connectors and then on to the monitor of your choice.

    Any ideas?

    VJ

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    Default Re: SCART

    Quote Originally Posted by vulcanjedi
    Hmm

    Being the owner of a 14 year old Conrac 21 inch 85 pound redgreenblue 15-31khz Monitor I am very interested in something like this.

    Does anyone know of a source for a female scart connector? We are sadly deprived of scart output here in the USA.

    But scart cables for most systems are readily available. And for all sega systems there is pure r and g and b!

    If there was a female scart with all the available pins it could be used to make a breakout box to BNC or RCA connectors and then on to the monitor of your choice.

    Any ideas?

    VJ
    I've been looking for a female SCART cable connector as well. I haven't been able to locate a SCART extension cable either. Seems like all they ever sell online are the M - M cables. If any one knows an online site that sells either, please post a link.

    Mitch

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