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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by yekai, Oct 21, 2002.
Of course, you can choose Mitsubishi or KeyDigital.
But here is the one I built.
Neat! How much did it cost in parts (minus circuit board, of course) and how well does this work with progressive scan sources?
I had just been asking about a DIY VGA->component transcoder, this sounds like almost the same in reverse.
Do you have plans for what I was looking for too?
I'm also curious in price. The ST-TSH94 doesn't seem common. Where'd you find that? Pretty low cost.
If you can help me too, thanks!
For frequncy response:
That's depends on the OP AMP.
I choose TSH94.
The bandwidth of TSH94 is 150MHz.
The most important is that the frequency response of this OP AMP is very flat.
I have measured the output signal. 30MHz bandwidth is guranteed.
For RGB-->YPbPr converter:
Here is the thread:
TSH94 is a wide bandwidth OP AMP.
Here is the datasheet.
You can use any samilar OP AMP to replace the TSH94.
The better the OP AMP, the better frequency response you have.