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Seleco Sim2 Projectors - From SVT110 to SDG900

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  1. Mad Mr H

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    ALL Seleco Sim2 CRT Projector information in one Excel file

    Attached is Version 1.9 14/11/05 of the seleco excel data file

    Many thanks to Chris Frost for additional info.

    As far as I know all info included is correct, However if you know better then please PM with correction/additions

    CLICK ON THUMBNAIL FOR FULL PICTURE or hover mouse over thumbnail for details

    Click on Excel file to open - ALL the range in one file
     

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    Seleco Remote Information

    SVT Range

    SVT150 - info to follow

    SVT190 supplied with SVT190 RC and digital convergence remote

    SVP & SVD Range

    SVP310/320/350 (all variants) supplied with the RC3500 consumer remote (cream. 4 coloured teletext control buttons)

    SVP390/400/420/450 & SVD500/800 (all variants) supplied with the RC3100 consumer remote (cream) and the RC3000 installation remote (black, back illuminated, R,G & B 'cut off' buttons, cable connection via 3.5mm stereo jack socket).

    All three remotes are interchangeable, but functionality is limited by the features of the projector.

    SDP Range

    No information as yet.​

    SDG Range

    SDG700/790/900 supplied with an RC1100 customer remote (black, minimum buttoms) and an RC1000 installation remote (black, back illuminated, R,G & B 'cut off' buttons, cable connection via 3.5mm stereo jack socket).

    Thank you to Bill (100949football), Chris (chris9682) Darren (Popeye) and Chris Frost for the additional info


    CLICK ON THUMBNAIL FOR FULL PICTURE or hover mouse over thumbnail for details
     

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    Seleco Ceiling Brackets:


    All Seleco CRT projectors came supplied with a ceiling bracket.

    SVT Range

    SVT range all use the same bracket. Specific to this range.

    SVP & SVD Range

    SVP3xx/4xx & SVD500 all use the same bracket. Specific to this range

    SVD800 uses a unique bracket.

    SDP Range

    No information as yet.

    SDG Range

    SDG700/790/900 all use the same bracket. Specific to this range.


    Thank you to Bill (100949football) and Chris Frost for the additional info

    If you have good pictures of brackets only please PM me


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    Great stuff MMH, I appreciate your efforts (and Chris's too of course). :)

    Picture of Seleco SVP310 (a 350 without the audio system)

    Gary.
     
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    Bump :D
     
  6. Mad Mr H

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    Watch THIS space............Tweakers section being worked on.......(PLEASE NOTE DO WHAT YOU WANT AND DONT BLAME ME!!!! I take NO resposibility here, WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE, Be careful)

    Boards in a 190 - I have this so will add soon - I sold it and the buyer was going to list the boards but I have not heard back from them! Shame that for some this information is one way......
    Sony 07ms tubes

    Boards in a 310

    Input board (rear panel) PC 178.0A B60.3437.100
    Mother Board PC 309.0 A60.0114.000
    Sub Board Micro Processor PC157.0 SB60.3398.000
    Sub Board Video Processor PC154.0 SC60.3379.100
    Sub Board Sync Processor PC194.0 B60.3474.100

    Deflection/EHT Board PC144.0 E60.3364.200
    Sub Board Protection Board PC PC198.2 A60.3470.200

    Neck Cards PC152.0 E60.3376.200 (Toshiba)
    Manual Convergence PC153 MPC 60.3377.200

    Switch Mode PSU
    Sub Board Stand By Control
    Sub Board SM Control

    Toshiba tubes

    Boards in a 350
    Sony 07ms tubes
    (note up converter upgrade should fit)

    Boards in a 400+

    (Note - Looks like upgrade sync processor & neck cards to give higher resolution from 450+)

    Input board (rear panel) PC 178.0A B60.3437.100
    Mother Board PC 156.0 C60.3371.100
    Sub Board Micro Processor PC157.0 SB60.3398.000
    Sub Board up converter PC217.0 A60.3790.000
    Sub Board Video Processor PC154.0 SC60.3379.100
    Sub Board Sync Processor PC190.0 B60.3474.100

    Deflection/EHT Board PC144.0 D60.3364.100
    Sub Board Protection Board PC PC198.0 A60.3470.000

    Neck Cards PC151.0 60.3374.100
    Digital Convergence (Note to self : Idiot write it down!)

    Switch Mode PSU PC195.0 C60.3417.100
    Sub Board Stand By COntrol PC197.0 C60.3423.100
    Sub Board SM Control PC196.0 C60.3421.100

    Sony 07ms tubes

    Boards in a 450+

    Input Board (rear panel) PC 178.0A B60.3437.100
    Mother Board PC 309.0 A60.0114.000
    Sub Board Micro Processor PC157.0 SB60.3398.000
    Sub Board up converter PC217.0 A60.3790.000
    Sub Board Video Processor PC319.0 A60.0133.000
    Sub Board Sync Processor PC194.2 60.3473.300

    Deflection / EHT Board PC144.3 F60.3363.300
    Sub Board Protection Board PC198.2 A60.3470.200
    Booster 500 PC249.0 A60.0101.000

    Neck Cards PC251.0 B60.3811.100 20MHz
    Digital Convergence PC218.2 60.0141.000
    Switch Mode PSU PC195.0 C60.3417.100
    Sub Board Stand By COntrol PC197.0 C60.3423.100
    Sub Board SM Control PC196.0 C60.3421.100

    Sony 07ms tubes

    Boards in a 500+
    Sony 07ms tubes

    Boards in a 500+HD
    Sony 07ms tubes



    Picture showing locations to follow.......
    Final version might go in an excel file......
     
  7. Mad Mr H

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    Room for future info.
     
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    Hi glad to see you used the pictures of my reposing and quite ill Seleco SDG700......100949football
     
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    MadMrH , was that you who just sold a 350 on ebay for about £180 ?
    rob
     
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    yeah it was an ex pub one, but it was the same pic as one you have used ( i think) thats why i asked :D
    rob
     
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    hiya: Rob.....so good to see a fellow Scot has the sense to go CRT as well!!!!
    I was beginning to think it was only the "down-South" boys who were into the CRT's.
    I'm in Falkirk by the way.
    I'm the guy with the "ill" Seleco SDG700 and I'm desparetly hoping for some forum help. It's only done 1448 for goodness sake.
    I must admit to be a bit disappointed in Seleco/Sim2 Italy though!!!!
    I have been suffering serious withdrawal symptons without my CRT in my "toy room" and I was getting fed up with the 51" rear projection in my lounge - difficulty getting it off the wife's "soap" channels - so on Friday I took the plunge and bought a SVP 400plus from Neill at Audio Vision off Ebay. They say it's in fine condition - 4885 on the clocks - and was taken in as a trade in and "one careful lady owner" etc., etc., the usual..... so I'll reserve judgement until I get it, supposed to be Tuesday.
    I'll soon be able to "life-size" tackle the footie guys again!
    The guys at Audi Vision seem o.k. though!

    Bill
     
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    :hiya: how do I "PM" you?????

    Don't mind going public........but give me an idea what you would reckon is a fair price......once you let me know that info I'll immediately post the exact price I paid.

    Bill
     
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    :hiya: As promised: I paid £333.33 for the svp400+ inclusive of shipping to Scotland.
    I have, as yet, no idea what it is like. It is due to arrive Tuesday.
    I am assured it is definitely a shop trade-in from a HOME-CINEMA guy and NOT a pub machine....but I'll reserve judgement.
    It is reported in A1 condition.
    With remote.
    With instruction manual.
    With ceiling mount (although I still have my SDG700 mount)
    The tubes are reported to have done 4880 hours.
    To answer your question on my SDG700.....I am VERY, VERY, VERY reluctant to dispose of it yet as I dOooooooooo know it is a great machine.
    Ironically I have just had an email from a guy in Australia with a 700 as well, guess what......same problem as mine, power supply, although his one just won't power up!

    CRT forever!!!!!!!!.......Bill


    :smashin: UPDATE: thought it may be of interest that the SVP400+ is absolutely superb in every way.
    Despite that I've also found a replacement SDG700 -typical - so I've decided to buy that as well - that kind man MR Frost is in pole position for the set-up!
    No doubt the svp 400+ will be looking for a good new home soon.
    If anyone interested - I would not be wanting PROFIT!!!!!!!!
     
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    Mrh - what's up with the 400HT that makes it parts only or is it undiagnosed?

    Also - how bout trying to include details of which remotes work with which models, which are interchangeable etc.
     
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    My parts 400HT.....

    Has a power supply issue - so I was told.
    No Tubes, No lenses BUT
    it does have line doubler etc so if you had say a 310,350 etc thenyou could make the 400 work as they are based on the same psu - AS I UNDERSTAND, CHRIS is the best person to check this with..........His info is far more detailed than mine....this is why I started the file so everyone could pool info on a great range of projectors....

    will look into the remotes as you mentioned it.

    Was the rest of the file any use to you?
     
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    Yes - it's really useful as a reference. Definately keep updating it! Just looking through other threads , the remote info would help those that have 'acquired' older selecos without accessories find the right one!
     
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    I will add some.

    The main bits of use I think are the lens types - which I will eventually get round to adding possible upgrades, tube types which again can be upgraded, and remotes, maybe even ceiling bracket types......
     
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    Remotes:

    SVP310/320/350 (all variants) supplied with the RC3500 consumer remote (cream. 4 coloured teletext control buttons)

    SVP390/400/420/450 & SVD500/800 (all variants) supplied with the RC3100 consumer remote (cream) and the RC3000 installation remote (black, back illuminated, R,G & B 'cut off' buttons, cable connection via 3.5mm stereo jack socket).

    All three remotes are interchangeable, but functionality is limited by the features of the projector.

    SDG700/790/900 supplied with an RC1100 customer remote (black, minimum buttoms) and an RC1000 installation remote (black, back illuminated, R,G & B 'cut off' buttons, cable connection via 3.5mm stereo jack socket).

    I'll post some pictures of what I've got when I get chance.

    Brackets:
    All Seleco CRT projectors came supplied with a ceiling bracket.

    SVP3xx/4xx & SVD500 all use the same bracket. Will only fit models in this range.

    SVD800 uses a unique bracket.

    SDG700/790/900 all use the same bracket. Will only fit models in this range.


    A big thank you to Bill (100949football), Chris (chris9682) and Darren (Popeye) for the additional info :clap:


    Regards
     
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    File updated v1.6 additional remote and ceiling bracket info added
    pictures of remotes not shown please mail to me so I can add...​
     
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    Tube Wear.

    You're new to CRT and keen to get your first projector. You've read up and got a shortlist of models; now you start your search.

    I would always recommend starting with the better known CRT dealers and the classified section of the enthusiast forums like AV Forums. Buying from these sources you'll have the best chance to view before you part with your cash.

    You might also be tempted by the online auction sites - plenty of choice and some attractive prices - and there have been some genuine bargains too. However, you are often buying from a picture and relying on the accuracy of the sellers description as you bid your money. One persons idea of very good condition can be different to another.


    If a tube genuinely looked this good I'd say it was very close to brand new. However, this picture was taken using the flash on the camera.
    [​IMG]

    This is what the tube really looks like. It's still useable, but it's a 5/10 rather than a 10/10
    [​IMG]
     
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    Fungus

    We call it fungus, but it's really just a reaction between the glycol cooling fluid and the metal alloy. This seems to affect 7" tubes more than 8" or 9".

    What's happened is that the paint covering the metal inside the tube face has started to breakdown leaving bare metal exposed. A crystalized sludge starts to form obscuring the lihght from the phosphor.

    The early warning signs are poor focus on the bottom half of the picture. Eventually the picture from the affected tube will look like its projecting through fog.

    Here's what an affected tube looks like.
    [​IMG]


    The problem can be fixed. Here is the same tube after it has been stripped, cleaned and reassembled.
    [​IMG]
     
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    SDG series ceiling bracket: (I'm quite proud of this picture. Nice, innit?)

    [​IMG]


    Correct setup of locking washers

    [​IMG]
     
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    Started tweakers section......

    Still adding pictures......
     
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    I Would be very interested and i am in Falkirk also :smashin:

    Perhaps if i bought it from you we could make it worthwhile for Chris to come and set up 2 instead of 1?

    Adrenochrome.
     
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    Over to you Mr Frost!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I am trying to keep this thread on topic and tidy it up a bit.....


    PLEASE help me (thats the MODS too!!!!) :thumbsup:
     
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