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Old 21 January 2015, 19:06   #1
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1084s-p1 scart cable/mod

Been browsing the web for a while trying to get a schematic to build a cable so i can have scart on my monitor 1084s-p1 but can't find any.

Help please
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Old 21 January 2015, 21:26   #2
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Hi you guys,

Im also looking for these schematics, please share

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Old 22 January 2015, 00:27   #3
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17,500 hits in 0,31 secs when googling
amiga rgb to scart cable

Wtf ?
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Old 22 January 2015, 01:12   #4
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You don't need schematics, a pinout

You only need a pinout of both ports, a schematic is unnecessary. Then using a cable with enough wires, match the pins to a wire and solder. Check your work with a multimeter before turning it in for grading.

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Old 22 January 2015, 01:55   #5
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17,500 hits in 0,31 secs when googling
amiga rgb to scart cable

Wtf ?
You didnt understood his request, he was asking how to make a cable to connect computers/consoles via scart on the 1084s monitor, that cable you googled its for connecting the amiga to a tv per example, two different things.
He wants to know how to make one of these:


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Old 22 January 2015, 02:03   #6
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take a look at this...

https://www.google.ca/search?q=1084s...Q&ved=0CCMQsAQ


i googled "1084s rgb pinout"
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Old 22 January 2015, 02:50   #7
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Oops, I forgot you will need the correct connectors for each end of the wire. My Bad!

You will need this: https://www.google.ca/search?q=1084s...art+rgb+pinout

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Old 22 January 2015, 03:05   #8
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Or try:
D SUB 9__________SCART
1________________4,5,9,13,18__________ Ground
3________________15__________________Red
4________________11__________________Green
5________________7___________________Blue
7________________20__________________Sync
Outer metal_______21__________________Shield Ground
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Old 22 January 2015, 12:32   #9
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Thank's all for the help what i want to do is a conector that plugs everything i can, amiga, c64, spectrum, and consoles like megadrive, snes, sms, nes, etc, but it seems that this monitors don't like consoles very much and it seems that there´s a little adjustment to do, does anyone ever tried this?
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Old 22 January 2015, 13:18   #10
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This is the Ultimate as is the cost

The ultimate for rampant console connectivity would be the Framemeister
(see: http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/X...i_FRAMEMEISTER)

It allows connection of RGB (SCART for example), composite and S-Video from the following devices:
Home consoles

Computers

Arcade Boards

To modern monitors/TV's via DVI or HDMI with controls over most aspects of the output. Research the little sucker and see if it is an investment you want to make.
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It's definitely the only one I recommend, but if the OP already has the 1084, it's fine too. No conversion lag. :-)
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Old 22 January 2015, 13:50   #12
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there's also this solution specifically for the 1084s:
http://www.retrocomputershack.com/PDF/1084SD2.pdf

But since there's a scart cable for it, selling in several web sites, we just want to know how to make one ourselves, like the one below:
http://www.retrogamingcables.co.uk/c...for-sale1.html
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That´s a good solution but we like to do it ourselves and pass on knowledge if we get it right.
I was wondering if someone already done this at home and was willing to share. It was faster and time is something i don't have much.
Just trying to cut a few corners but thank's anyway.
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You didnt understood his request, he was asking how to make a cable to connect computers/consoles via scart on the 1084s monitor, that cable you googled its for connecting the amiga to a tv per example, two different things.
I understood quite well. There was no console mentioned in his question.
And my answer refers to his "been browsing the web for a while". With just a few words you will find everything you need. But that would require to take action.

There is no SCART socket on a 1084S-P1. It's RGB in via VGA connector.

The RGB signalling of consoles is different both in voltage and pinout. For every console to be attached to this monitor you need a proper circuit. Some pins need resistors, other require additional capacitors or you won't get a picture on your monitor.

There is no single universal solution for wiring a cable for "SCART" that fits to all consoles with RGB out. Especially when the user doesn't say a word about it and what console should be attached.

More details are required.
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Question Could be...

In that scenario, sounds like a SCART cable wired (with proper resistors) for each console would be necessary with the final connector (vide supra) used as the end interface for his A1084 (with its weak sound and tiny screen).
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If all of your consoles have proper scart cables then give bdb's scheme a try.
Get yourself a female scart connector and a 9-pin sub-d plug, wire them as pictured and check the results.

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thank you so much for moderating those kind of comments.
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