AW: Re: [0xff] tv-out tibook os9

Kiritan Flux kflux at kiritanflux.de
Wed Jun 16 11:06:00 EDT 2004


thanks a lot - do you think this also would work with a cinch-to-bnc adapter and one of those 75ohm bnc terminator plugs?

Greets,

kflux

klif <klif at mi2.hr> schrieb:
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>On 17 lip, 2004, at 11:52, Kiritan Flux wrote:
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>> is there a way to force my tibook to enable it's TV-out? it's really 
>> annoying that it only gets enabled when DIRECTLY connected to a video 
>> receiver/TV...
>>
>> is there a way to make the tibook think there's a device sucking on 
>> it's TV-Out port?
>>
>> greetz
>>
>> kflux
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>i allready mailed this to the list a while ago.......
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>video cards check resistanace between signal and ground pins to detect
>whether something is connected to video out connectors. it seems that
>certain pieces of equipment doesn't necessarily have this resistance, 
>so the
>video card thinks there is nothing connected. to overcome this very
>inconvinient event, i made a simple adapter that consists of male chinch
>plug, female chinch plug, piece of cagle and a 75 ohm resistor soldered
>between ground and signal. with this adapter, i can start the powerbook 
>even
>if there is nothing after the adapter, and it will behave as there is a
>second monitor connected...
>
>klif
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