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if your desktop doesn't have a standard vga socket then you can get a dvi adapter that fits onto the end of a vga lead. you will still need a seperate cable for audio as a dvi connection only does video.
I think I know what you want. Now, if GPX tvs200 doesn't have S-Video plug hook
up for the S-video cables. Then your out of luck. What type of input does the
GPX tvs200 have?
There possibly you could is USB port if it has one. Now about the wire colors
in S-Video cable. These color wire are used for reference for one of the cable
plug (6 pin) to the other end plug which also has S-Video plug (6 pin) Just
like Pin one on S-Video plug will go to pin one (1) on the other end of the
S-Video cable the color the wire could be any color as long as the wire
corresponds to pin 1 of input and to pin 1 of the output of S-video cable match. stewbison
You need to user an Override Plug, which can be fabricated this way:
To fabricate an override plug:
1. Install an RJ-11 6-pin connector onto a 6-inch length of CAT 5 cable.
2. Pin out all 6-pins.
3. Short (solder together) Pins 4 and 6 on the other end. Do not connect any other wires to
anything. The result should be as follows:
Pin 1 ? white / orange ? Pin 1
Pin 2 ? white / green ? Pin 2
Pin 3 ? white / blue ? Pin 3
Pin 4 ? green ? Pin 6
Pin 5 ? blue ? Pin 5
Regaining access to the module
To use the override plug
1. Insert the override plug into the RJ-11 GPS sync port of the AP.
2. Apply power to the module through the Ethernet cable.
RESULT: The module reboots with the default IP address of 169.254.1.1,
password fields blank, and all other configuration values as previously set.
3. Set passwords as desired.
4. Change configuration values if desired.
5. Save the settings.
6. Remove the override plug.
7. Power cycle the module.
You can view more details at:
By service port they mean a device hookup that a tech can use to diagnose problems with your TV. There is no practical use for you to plug into it. If you want to display your laptop on the TV you need yo hookup the video out from your laptop to the TV's PC/RGB input.
If it like my monitor, same hookups as yours, then when you want to use the hdmi port you need to disconnect the dvi cable. The monitor cannot read from hdmi & dvi when both are connected, Try this & see if your PS3 works. Good luck.
u need a port on PC at which u can hook up the output from ur wireless reciever those red and yellow rca pins if u dont have a tv card yet, cheap solution is either u buy a PCI TV card normally it comes with an input port for video capturing check it out when buying, u can watch ur transmission live on software tv screen and plus u can enjoy watching tv on ur PC as well if u hook up ur RF cable to it but if u need specifically for monitoring purpose then u can go for DVR card for more func of rec the feed and hook up multiple cameras and watch them together
choice is urs
let me know and pls do vote me if u find me fixing ur problem
Serial meaning 2.5mm stereo headphone looking jack to DB9 or "atari joystick" looking plug? I had one on my first Toshiba PDR-M1 camera but that was like 9 years ago. You can probably find the pinouts online for that cable, I believe it is a standardized cable.
The stereo plug is wired to the PC serial port as shown in the
tip ring sleeve +---------------------------------+ | | /-------+-----+--------------+ | | RxD | Gnd | TxD | 2.5 mm Stero Plug | \-------+-----+--------------+ | | | DB9*: pin 2 pin 5 pin 3 +---------------------------------+
DB9*: Optionally short together pin 4 (DTR) to pin 6 (DSR) and pin 7 (RTS) to pin 8 (CTS)
The following table also describes the camera cable's wiring:
Camera PC's Plug DB9* Signal Name Direction ---- ---- ----------- --------- - 1 Carrier detect (CD) input to PC tip 2 Receive data (RxD) input to PC sleeve 3 Transmit data (TxD) output from PC - 4 \ Data terminal ready (DTR) output from PC ring 5 | Signal ground (Gnd) - - 6 / Data set ready (DSR) input to PC - 7 \ Request to send (RTS) output from PC - 8 / Clear to send (CTS) input to PC - 9 Ring indicator (RI) input to PC
* Note that the cable's D-subminature DB9 RS-232 serial port connector
is female. This connector also goes by the historically more correct
name of "DE-9J".
I know this is a little late but I have one and the hookup is very easy, On the right side of the amp there is a six pin plug. Above it it says BATT REMOTE GND. The two pins below BATT are the battery (V+). The pin below REMOTE is the (V+) switched turn on. The two pins below GND are the ground. The rest is simple. Two RCA inputs. The switch to select MONO(R), STEREO, or MONO(L) works as explained. If you want stereo, put the switch in the middle and supply two inputs and two speakers. The MONO(R) and MONO(L) are to select a single input that will supply a single (bridged) output. Connect two speakers and they will supply the same source or connect one speaker to the outer speaker terminals for higher power output. The variable or fixed switch just bypasses the GAIN CONTROL knobs(used for Alpine's 8 pin DIN plug on unit, for older EQ's and head units.