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installing a new board

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by ziggypop, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. ziggypop

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    Hi guys,

    how difficult would it be to install a component board into the Seleco svp 350, or would it be cheaper to use a component to VGA adapter (or component to RGB adapter). I have built my own computers from the ground up and configured these, and also tweaked the pj a little. Its because my toshiba dvd player has component and S-video and the pj has RGB and s-video.

    I just think this pj is capable of better. On a static image using PAL anamorphic the image is quite sharp and seamless at a distance of 3.5m.

    Just thinking whether I should do this or wait till I can afford a better pJ.

    I bought this one new in 1999 for $AUD7k and has less than 1000 hours.

    thanks for advice if forthcoming.

    cheers

    Bill
     
  2. Chris Frost

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    It's a fiddly job, but nothing that should be beyond your reach if you are used to handling motherboards. You will need to take off or loosen some parts of the casework to do the job properly.

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    Thanks Chris,

    now all I need to do is find an Australian Seleco dealer who has one. They are rather scarce here.

    cheers
     
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