Faking Sync-on-green

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Faking Sync-on-green

Hey all...

I've been trying to make my radius TPD to work w/ my PC and so far, I've gotten this...

I made a 1BNC to HD15 adapter. Then I hooked it up to my PC only to find that the ATI Radeon 7000 card i have doesn't support sync-on-green. So, is there any way that I can use the composite sync line to generate a sync on green signal or should I just go back to using an older card (Artist Graphics NetVision 2500i) to drive the monitor.

~Nick

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Yes, Griffin technology makes

Yes, Griffin technology makes one

http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/monitor_adapters/

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Cool, I'll check it out when

Cool, I'll check it out when I have $40 to spare...

~Nick Beee

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£21 does not seem to bad....

£21 does not seem to bad....

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If I understand it right,

If I understand it right, you are trying to attach a monitor that
can only do sync on green to a vga card.

If that's the case you only need a simple circuit to do it.

http://www.epanorama.net/circuits/sync_r.html

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