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 av:pcergb [2009/06/12 13:34]papa_november av:pcergb [2019/08/27 20:45] (current) Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2009/06/13 08:11 papa_november 2009/06/13 08:09 papa_november 2009/06/13 07:16 2009/06/12 13:37 papa_november 2009/06/12 13:34 papa_november 2009/06/12 13:25 papa_november created Next revision Previous revision 2009/06/13 08:11 papa_november 2009/06/13 08:09 papa_november 2009/06/13 07:16 2009/06/12 13:37 papa_november 2009/06/12 13:34 papa_november 2009/06/12 13:25 papa_november created Line 33: Line 33: Pinout used for the DIN-8 extension: Pinout used for the DIN-8 extension: - {{http://www.gamesx.com/grafx/conn_din8cm.gif}} + {{:connectors:conn_din8cf.png|}} Looking at console. Looking at console. - + |1|Audio Left| - ^Pin^Assignment^ + |2|Ground| - |1|Video| + |3|Video| - |2|Audio Right| + - |3|Ground| + |4|+5v| |4|+5v| - |5|Audio Left| + |5|Audio Right| - |6|Red| + |6|Blue| - |7|Green| + |7|Red| - |8|Blue| + |8|Green| + + + The RGB Amp + [[http://www.gamesx.com/grafx/pce_rgb.jpg|{{http://www.gamesx.com/grafx/pce_ampthumb.jpg?201x164|[RGB Amplifier Pic]}}]] - The RGB Amp[[../grafx/pce_rgb.jpg|{{../grafx/pce_ampthumb.jpg?201x164|[RGB Amplifier Pic]}}]]If you can get the parts and have the ability to assemble this amp, you won't regret it. For most monitors it's not necessary, though as mentioned above some won't sync without it. If you use an upscan convertor like the XRGB-2 you'll have a very acceptable image without the amp. \\ \\  This amp (taken from PC Engine{{../grafx/subete.gif}}, a 1988 Japanese book) is [[../grafx/pcecdmod4.jpg|quite small]] and will fit inside nearly every PC Engine system. You might have trouble with the GT and LT, but the rest are very spacious inside. As [[../grafx/pce_cdamp.jpg|you can see]] it fits easily inside the CD ROM interface unit with plenty of room to spare. \\ \\ Click for larger!\\ Bonus Tips!**Finding Ground:** As a general rule of thumb, any large blobs of solder holding something down will be connected to a very large metal trace running around the board, and you can use this as a grounding point. When in doubt, look at the screws. They're always connected to ground. \\ \\ Boiler Plate All contents (c)1997-2004 Game Station X unless otherwise noted. All trademarks copyright of their respective companies. Game Station X assumes absolutely no responsiblility whatsoever for any sort of damages incurred while either viewing this information or doing anything with said information. If you don't like it, change the channel. Some of this information may have come from other sources, and Game Station X in no way implies ownership of this information, and merely intends to provide a convenient source for finding this information. That said, we wrote this, and would appreciate your not lifting it for your own page without due credit. [[http://nfg.2y.net/system/emailer.htm|Mail us!]]\\ + If you can get the parts and have the ability to assemble this amp, you won't regret it. For most monitors it's not necessary, though as mentioned above some won't sync without it. If you use an upscan convertor like the XRGB-2 you'll have a very acceptable image without the amp. \\ \\  This amp (taken from PC Engine{{../grafx/subete.gif}}, a 1988 Japanese book) is [[http://www.gamesx.com/grafx/pcecdmod4.jpg|quite small]] and will fit inside nearly every PC Engine system. You might have trouble with the GT and LT, but the rest are very spacious inside. As [[http://www.gamesx.com/grafx/pce_cdamp.jpg|you can see]] it fits easily inside the CD ROM interface unit with plenty of room to spare. \\ \\ Click for larger!\\ Bonus Tips!**Finding Ground:** As a general rule of thumb, any large blobs of solder holding something down will be connected to a very large metal trace running around the board, and you can use this as a grounding point. When in doubt, look at the screws. They're always connected to ground. \\ \\ Boiler Plate All contents (c)1997-2004 Game Station X unless otherwise noted. All trademarks copyright of their respective companies. Game Station X assumes absolutely no responsiblility whatsoever for any sort of damages incurred while either viewing this information or doing anything with said information. If you don't like it, change the channel. Some of this information may have come from other sources, and Game Station X in no way implies ownership of this information, and merely intends to provide a convenient source for finding this information. That said, we wrote this, and would appreciate your not lifting it for your own page without due credit. [[http://nfg.2y.net/system/emailer.htm|Mail us!]]\\