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S-Video to RF creates 5" B&W Monitor? Answered

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Does anyone know how I could use the RF MODEM which I removed from an old VCR to convert S-Video out (PC) to RF in on an old black and white 5" portable TV?

I'd like to use a 5" tube as a small monitor which will hook-up to my PC without lacing it through VCRs cables adapters etc. And if I find my A4 Fresnel lens I want that worked-in too.

The pins on the MODEM are labeled (left to right) as follows:
(1-7) BB+ AUD SDA MB+ SCL VID VT+
(8-13) (none) (none) AS SCL SDA B+
(14-16) TU (none) (none)
(17-20) A/O S/O AFT V/O

RF in at the top, RF out at the bottom

(I also have a large colour TV with UHF SCART & composite inputs, but I think there's a fault with the HT supply to the tube. I have a large CRT colour monitor, but I'm not too sure I want to take that apart.)
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NachoMahma (author)2009-03-22

. According to this you don't need the RF modulator.

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lemonie (author)NachoMahma2009-03-22

That's to composite - I have an S-Video to composite adapter. I need to use an old UHF input.

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NachoMahma (author)lemonie2009-03-22

. Doh! Sorry about that. Brain fart.

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