From: "Frank Bemelman"
Subject: Re: Bypassing a TV Demodulator
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 23:18:47 +0200
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"Benoit Provost" schreef in bericht
> I have a module (an X10 video receiver) which generates a video signal.
> This comes out of an RCA connector. I would like to send this signal
> directly to a small TV, without passing through a VCR. The problem is that
> the small TV only has an antenna signal input. I could buy a modulator
> RS, but I thought: Why getting the signal modulated and then demodulated
> back to baseband inside the TV?
> I opened the TV and took a look at the demodulator. Fortunately, some of
> the output pins are labeled on the PC board. One of them is marked "IF".
> I simply send my video signal there (It says "IF" (Intermediate
> and I said that the video signal is baseband, but I thought I'd ask
> anyway...). If not, can you help me find the right pin? Do I have to
> the demodulator before sending my video signal (I don't really care, since
> this TV will only serve for this task).
Don't do it. Many 'pins' if not all of them, are at high
voltage, enough to kill a horse.
For the price of 5 modulators you can probably by a brand new
(small) TV with scart/rca connector, and for the price of one
modulator you can probably by a secondhand TV with required
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