PSM Output to SCART

lovegroova

Well-known Member
I'm wanting to take the output of my PSM-equipped DVD32, and connect it to an RGB SCART equipped TV.

Do I just need to set the output of the PSM to RGB and connect a SCART to 3 BNC cable like this? http://www.keene.co.uk/cgi-bin/bigcodesearch.pl?SBB32

Will the fact that the signal is progressive mean that things won't work?

Thanks.
 
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roversd1

Guest
Hi

First, you need to make sure that your TV can handle a progressive scan signal, not many CRT TV's can.

If not, you will have to stay with S-Video via scart until you upgrade you TV.

My memory is a little fuzzy on this - I dont think the PSM outputs interlaced RGB, only de-interlaced.
 

lovegroova

Well-known Member
Thanks,

Just to be clear:
interlaced = non-progressive and;
interlaced = progressive.

Correct?
 

Dr Udo Zucker

Novice Member
Hi, the PSM192 outputs a deinterlaced (= progressively scanned) picture. The output can be YPrPb or RGB.

A RGB Scart input expects, in contrast, an interlaced signal [I would be surprised if there were exceptions], i.e. you cannot connect the PSM192 that way.
 

Thunder

Novice Member
Hi Udo :) Sorry to hijack the thread but what type of RGB does the PSM 192 output? As its on three BNCs, I asuume its RGsB rather than RGBS or RGBHV? :)
 
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roversd1

Guest
Again from memory, RGB with sync on green (apologies if my memory is wrong, I will shoot it later).

edit:

I got beaten too it! :clap:
 

lovegroova

Well-known Member
Thanks all. Looks like another plan will have to be formulated.
 

GrahamMG

Well-known Member
You can feed an interlaced CRT TV (most are except for some new models from toshiba and panasonic) from the RCA ouput of a DVD32R/PSM192 via a JS or Keene box..... This naturally doesn't use the PSM though! Frankly i wouldn't bother though as the s-video feed is easily good enough for a standard CRT TV........
 

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