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From: "PCS Electronics"
Subject: Re: DVD to TV: Need a Schematic Drawing of a DVD RF Modulator. (a.k.a. S-Video & Audio to Coax Converter)
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Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 13:21:22 +0100
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Why doesn't he just look it up in Google.
Something like: RF modulator schematics
Marko - PCS Electronics
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> > "Ken Taylor" wrote in
> > news:AnyI9.email@example.com:
> > >
> > > http://www.epanorama.net/links/videocircuits.html has links to what
> > > you need. Mix and match to suit. The diatribe was unnecessary - I was
> > > tempted to not help, but I was looking at this stuff just recently
> > > anyway. The search terms for this were rpetty basic, so maybe you
> > > should look at your engine's help page. Have fun, the result will be
> > > crap but it's intersting. Get a copy of the ARRL Radio Amateurs'
> > > handbook (or RSGB equivalent). They have lots of stuff about this sort
> > > of thing.
> > >
> > > Ken
> > Well, Ken.
> > Your discouraging words and your suggestion to "mix and match" to end up
> > with a "crappy" circuit were a little entertaining. Since you saw so fit
> > as to read implications into my post I feel compelled to do the same with
> > yours, but I won't.
> > You thought my "diatribe" was unnecessary and maybe it was for you
> > your response sure makes a good case against that argument.
> > The link you posted is of course one I've already looked through and while
> > it does "not" have the correct circuit it does have a half a circuit here
> > and a piece of one there. Its not really what I was interested in but
> > thanks anyway. Your suggestion that I read the ARRL handbook is hateful
> > best. My request is not about building something, and it is certainly not
> > about reading things that might lead a person to eventually creating the
> > schematic on there own. Its about finding the correct schematic already
> > created someplace online and that's it.
> If you'd bothered to just post the request, with minimal crap and not the
> diatribe (it is one - take another look) I would have realised you weren't
> going to build one - I fully appreciate the desire to want to 'just look' at
> a circuit. A nicely designed circuit is a thing of beauty (I really have to
> get out more!). As it was I assumed you wanted to build and use it, and
> warned that the results were going to be crap (which indeed they would be,
> vs, the original video result). There's enough video and RF stuff in the
> handbook that it would be useful if indeed you were building stuff - it
> wasn't 'hateful', I just fell asleep during your original post. I have seen
> the circuit you're after, if I find it again I'll post it. But only coz you
> like circuits - until I re-read your post I thought you were a wanker, but
> now I just think you bite too easily.
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