PS1 Projector 5"

Ranjit

Member
2004-09-09 9:08 pm
Montreal
ok i'am going to start dismantling the lcd here are some pics of it. I will have it set up with a temporary box this weekend and then by next week have it in a proper box.

compared to a cd lol
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and now just by itself

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hay there mate just watching your thread and i to have just got one of these psone screens as my lilliput 7" has deicied to crack it,this is all i could get hold of untill i can get a bit more funds together,now i dont know to much about these lcd screens and so i guess ill be watching to see how you go with yours but heres a question,are you going to do the vga mod or rca mod that ive been hearing about or do you know of a way that you can conect the dvd player or pc to the lcd????any way good luck with your project,check out myne if your interested its all most complete,well was untill the screen played up.......
 

Ranjit

Member
2004-09-09 9:08 pm
Montreal
ok well ive dismantled the lcd here are some pics

Birds Eye view of it
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The lcd from the back with my modification to the backlight case so i can still use the metal frame for holding the lcd :p
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tjh

Member
2004-12-30 5:35 am
RI, USA
I was thinking about buying one of these used from a buddy of mine. Was wondering if there is by any chance a plastic or plexi cover or anything to prevent the lcd from directly being scratched or if the lcd is right out in the open? (His is pretty scratched up..) Thanks for any info. And keep up the good work on the project.
 

Ranjit

Member
2004-09-09 9:08 pm
Montreal
theirs nothing protecting the screen, its just lcd and then the backlight, so i wouldnt recommend buying it well it does depend on how many scratches, you can always try ebay.

oh this is 4 anybody who tries dismantling this screen u gotta remove the speaker plastic mesh to the screws under it or u will break your controller board or your lcd.
 

Ranjit

Member
2004-09-09 9:08 pm
Montreal
ok i found my light source its a 300watt halogen, though its still not 4 sure because this thing gives off tons of heat but it also gives off tons of light.

heres a pic of the bulb.

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I'll me mostlikely switchin lights though this thing gets way too hot like i can cook and egg in a pan above the light. Anybody know a bright a and cool and small but cheap light source :p
 
the link works fine but if not for you heres the info

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sorry i dont know much about ballast i just happen to discover it while checking for a cheep one and thought id share it with everyone sounds like a killer deal to me but maybe im not understanding enuff about ballast.

it looks pitty small to me.

anyone know if i would need a ballast or just wire a 12v dc to a 50 Watt 12 Volt MR-16 Tungsten Halogen Bulb

3200 Lumens. 3000 Average hour life. RM2P/GU5.3 base. 24 degree flood pattern. 1-7/8 in. overall length. Bulb type: MR-16. Color temperture: 3000 K. Approximate beam spread: 24 deg.. Approximate MBCP: 2500. Dichroic reflector without lens. Accentline.
 

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