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- Guenther Sohler
October 28, 2007, 5:49 pm
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small computer, with external lcd display.
Now I want to improve it to output on TV. That means I need a device,
which can create a correct tv signal(composite).
The geenrated tv signal shall represent a matrix of letters, which i'd
like to set to show text(it should look like the screen of a C64 Computer.
Maybe I can even use the same chip - i was told its very simple to use,
but i cant recall its name.
Preferrable i want to use USB to program it.
Does anybody already know some solutions ?
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You can get a USB connected Vacuum fluorescent display.
There are various USB LCD displays like that as well.
You can also find USB to VGA adapters. You would then need to
connect a VGA to S-video or composite adapter to the output, to
drive a TV set.
This computer monitor, has an option to be driven via USB.
So when the USB cable is connected, there is a display
entry in Device Manager. This means you have a purely digital
connection, from computer to pixels on the screen.
"Samsung SyncMaster 940UX: First USB-Monitor" 06/13/2007
There are a million different ways to implement a display for your
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