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Old 08 December 2015, 17:49   #35
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Originally Posted by olav View Post
Sorry for my possible ignorance, but how will the IC on the previous page negate the signal?
I suppose that is the purpose of using the IC, to negate the sync signals?

For me, using just connections to each RGB, each ground, and the sync signals is enough. I guess some monitors cannot handle that, so you want to use the IC?

The reason why I ask, 1 and 1 on the inputs of an AND gate gives 1, 0 and 0 gives 0... so what is then the merit? Is there something I am missing here?!

The IC is not there to negate the signals, only to act as a buffer to boost the signal. That way, you can use a longer cable before the signal will be too small. If you only use a short cable, just connecting the sync signals directly will also work.
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