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Old 29th April 2004, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default chang video output from scart to s-vhs

I want to change my satt. reciever output from scart to S-VHS or component anybody got to me some schematics & description
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Old 2nd May 2004, 06:05 PM   #2
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Default I am NOT the Happy Hippy, but:

A quick googling gave me this pin-out from a site called "the Happy Hippy"
The Peritel SCART Connector Signals

1 AOR Audio Out Right
2 AIR Audio In Right
3 AOL Audio Out Left + Mono
4 AGND Audio Ground
5 BGND RGB Blue Ground
6 AIL Audio In Left + Mono
7 B RGB Blue
8 SWTCH Audio / RGB switch / 16:9
9 GGND RGB Green Ground
10 CLKOUT Clock Out
11 G RGB Green
12 DATA Data Out
13 RGND RGB Red Ground
14 DATAGND Data Ground
15 R RGB Red / Chrominance
16 BLNK Blanking Signal
17 VGND Composite Video Ground
18 BLNKGND Blanking Signal Ground
19 VOUT Composite Video Out
20 VIN Composite Video In / Luminance
21 * SHIELD Ground / Shield ( Chassis )

* Note that pin 21 is actually the metal housing of the Peritel SCART connector
The 'standard' seems old enough that s-video and color-diff component donít seem like they were included. I'd bee a little surprised however if there werenít variations or amendments over the years... I'll post anything if I find it.

The RGB's are however there, they might be useful... but likely not. They can be transcoded, but thats... not quite a good solution.

I always enjoy poking fun at US CE manufactures when they seem really proud of all the features on a product; I ask them where the SCART connector is. (My coworkers seem to be getting a bit tired of the question too) Inevitably they reply that the 'standard' only supports PAL. Rubbish. SCART might not be panacea-ic, but it sure would make it easier for my parents to plug in their DVD player.

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Old 2nd May 2004, 06:13 PM   #3
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This looks a little more useful:

C128/C64C to SCART (S-Video)
(To the Computer)
(to the TV)

8 PIN DIN (DIN45326) MALE at the Computer.

Computer TV
LUM 1 20 LUM
GND 2 4+17 GND

And cheap adapters available here:
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