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09-01-2012 01:17 AM #7
in the MicroHD section shows a pic of the plug it shows the connections
most cables have L & R for audio ( and gnd) or mono & video (and gnd) these cables have three sections on the mini dim plug, The micro uses one with 4 sections left audio , right audio, video & ground
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09-01-2012 01:44 AM #8
Agree with the other posts. Any TV with a RCA AV input will work.
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09-01-2012 04:04 AM #9
I was using the 4 sectioned cable on the MicroHD, and a 4 sectioned one from Ebay on the dvd monitor as input, and mating them with doubled RCA connectors. I'll double-check if the original cable between the sylvania player and slave monitor is 4 sectioned, or 3 sectioned. Now that Brian has posted the breakout of the MicroHD cable, I'll work on it tonight after getting home from work. Perhaps I can make a proper compromise with wire cutters and a solder job on the Ebay cable.
My player is the Sylvania SDVD8727 dual 7" screens. I do not have a breakout of what their video setup is, but I can figure it out with a meter, as I have an original cable.
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09-01-2012 10:35 AM #10
Any TV with RCA jacks should work. Let me tell you about the one I have, it's a Haier HLT71 7 inch TV. As a TV it's TERRIBLE! It was one of the first that came out when OTA went digital, and so its tuner isn't that sensitive. However, I like it when I'm out at the dish for a few reasons:
1. Not so important, but it can decode both analog and digital OTA signals.
2. It has a built-in battery that recharges with the included A/C plug, so you don't -have to- plug it in when you're out at the dish.
3. It displays both NTSC and PAL, so if you were to use it with a receiver that has those crazy display outputs (a la Openbox fame), you'll probably not even notice it.
4. It has the 3 RCA plugs, the coax connection (for OTA antenna), and a microphone plug-in.
5. Because the TVs are now dated and weren't very good for their original purpose, you can often find them on sale or going cheap.
I just tried it with my hospitalized microHD and it displays fine. (My receiver is stuck in a power down/boot cycle, so I'm waiting for a TTL cable to try and restore it! However, it does show the boot logo for a few seconds, so I could at least test out the display).
09-01-2012 12:02 PM #11Any TV with RCA jacks should work. Let me tell you about the one I have, it's a Haier HLT71 7 inch TV. As a TV it's TERRIBLE! It was one of the first that came out when OTA went digital, and so its tuner isn't that sensitive.
you're right...the tuner sucks in itDirectv Slimline SWM 5 LNB and DirectvWorld dish on the roof of the apartment building...Directv HR34 AKA Genie
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09-01-2012 01:15 PM #12