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  • Re: Suggestion for HDMI to RGB SCART (not CVBS SCART)?

    @manbearpig - You can generate a true 15khz RGB signal with a raspberry pi by adding two lines to the config.txt file as described here https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/config-txt/video.md To get 16:9 576i on my BV5 I use hdmi_group=1 hdmi_mode=22 To everyone who is linking to the generic hdmi->scart adapters remember that scart is just a connector which supports a number of standards. These cheap adapters use composite or svideo. The only way to improve the picture is by
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by jordanius on Thu, Oct 24 2019
  • Re: Suggestion for HDMI to RGB SCART (not CVBS SCART)?

    Hey Kim, I explored this exact scenario a couple of years ago as a way of extending the life of my SCART only B&O gear. The generic HDMI to composite/svideo adapters are universally average due to the limitations of the low res signal. I highly recommend one of these http://arcadeforge.net/UMSA/UMSA-Ultimate-SCART-Adapter::57.html?language=en Pair it with with a HDMI VGA adapter and you are golden. The RGB signal you want is 15khz 480i/576i which can be easily generated with a Raspberry Pi. People
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by jordanius on Tue, Aug 13 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 2200 low output on right channel

    Hi Dillen, I'm very pleased to report you were spot on with your diagnosis and bridging LP100 did the trick. Many thanks for the tip. Can you see any problems with leaving it shorted.. 19khz hitting the speakers directly might not be great for tweeters.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jordanius on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: Beocenter 2200 low output on right channel

    Sorry also worth mentioning I have changed out all the capacitors in this path which had no effect.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jordanius on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • Beocenter 2200 low output on right channel

    Hi All, I've recently picked up a rather handsome Beocenter 2200 in need of some attention. Other functions work through the shared amplifier but the fm/ram/radio is not outputting anything on the right side channel. At IC5 there is a steady 3.9/4.1 volts before the signal changes to AC and dissapears into a bit of a maze of capacitors and resistors etc. Best guess is a dry solder joint on the way to the controller board but after many hours spent probing I have yet to track it down. Low volume
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jordanius on Wed, Aug 8 2018
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