Component to RGB 15pin converter? Help!

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  1. Doug_H

    Doug_H Supporting Actor

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    I have found several listed but nobody has any in stock nor do they know when they will have any. If you know of someone who might have one in stock please let me know where.
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  2. Doug_H

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    I can't be the only one with a projector that needs a 15 pin RGB to accept progressive scan. What are you guys using to convert the signal?
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  4. Greg Risley

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    Hey Doug,
    What projector do you have? Do you need a converter or just a breakout cable? If you just need a breakout. Try Altex up on the northside off 35. I was there the other night and they had 4 different lengths. The cable is actually a VGA 15pin to a 5 BNC connectors. You only have to use the red, blue, and green, so pickup 3 BNC to RCA adapters. I did this for LT150 and it does great.
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    The other manufacturer of a YPrPb to VGA converter is Audio Authority www.audioauthority.com . I purchased both the Key Digital and the Audio Authority and prefer the AA for use with a progressive scan DVD player (Tosh 6200) with my Marquee 8501LC.
     
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    Hi Doug,
    Looks like you have a Tosh. You indeed will need a transcoder. You can get them the sources above. Another source is copperbox which sells the key digital, audio authority, and the rca. You may want to try digitalhome and medical video systems.
    Thanks,
    Errol
     

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