Hi folks! I'm working on the "cathode project" I've disassembled my iMac DV+ (I burn out the logic board a year ago..) because I want to use it as monitor for an ipotetical new computer (a mac mini?)
The problem is: I found a video connector that has 20 pins (the vga instead uses 15 pins..) I cutted it
And I found 20 cables of different colours....
Does anyone knows how can I put this little clables in a standard vga connector? I've no money to make the "iPC"....(a new lcd it's a lot expensive for a student like me) I was wondering of using this crt monitor because it will be usefull for another pc or mac.. I was also wondering to build a "iPS2"..... putting inside the iMac my PS2.... building a scart to vga adaptor... but it's only a dream...
I used this link to make this table: http://www.cryogenius.com/hardware/imac/ I think this is the correct scheme for the conversion.. VGA 1 red 2 green 3 blue 5 ORANGE GROUND 6 red ground 7 green ground 8 blue ground 10 ORANGE GROUND 12 YELLOW S data 13 black/white-stripe hsync 14 WHITE vsync 15 BLACK S clock
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