Question about Philips 107E66 17" CRT Monitor
I need to connect a video input red/white yellow into a monitor that only takes rgb. After stripping wires what do I do next plz help desperate my bf is destroying every cord in house trying to fix this
RGB is a term that means the guns in the crt or other display are only driven by amplifiers for that color. So you have to have seperate signals and inputs for red,green and blue. Those come from the source in that method. They are then fed into the monitor for which each of those colors has its own channel and amplifier. If you dont have something that is supplying the RGB singals then it is of no use. The colors that you listed as red white and yellow are for COMPOSITE video with AUDIO. The yellow is the whole video signal and the red and white are stereo sound signals. No attempts at making that work will correct this unless you buy a converter.
Posted on May 14, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks brad I'm still confused though, so from the rgb cord I can't bodgy it up to go to r/w/y video?"
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