maxtherabbit wrote:
comp1demon wrote:
Modding a 32" JVC D series with RGB possible?
If so any hints where to start?
TB1253AN is the jungle I believe
This is the model
At mikejmoffitt I found your D series modding website
http://mikejmoffitt.com/articles/0032-tvrgb.htmlWhat was exact model number? Was hoping you could help me out please.
Thanks in advance
that's a really easy chassis - there is a nice unused PiP header footprint on the board that has your 3 colors and Ys/Ym both from the micro and to the jungle - all you have to do is remove some 0ohm jumper resistors and replace them with 1206 package diodes and then follow the mux chart / diagram in ozlad's sig
I am super new to this.. To be honest kinda of intimidated by the diagram, chart and language as I am not a Electronics engineer.
Always was able to follow tutorials for modding but this seems easy and hard at the same time.
OK so I get the PiP header... It has RGB But Ys and Ym I have no idea what that is.
I read 90% of this entire thread and it seems like the Switch method is replaced with this method your talking about. MUX
So here is where I am confused.
I get the whole Removing 0 ohm resistors. I would have to know which 0 ohm resistor points to remove and replace, I assume These will work for the 1206 package diodes? Basicly I would use my hot air or hot Tweezers to pull the 0 ohm resistors off and solder these in their place?
https://www.alliedelec.com/product/bour ... lsrc=aw.dsThe Diagram to me is ultra confusing.
So I was hoping someone did it already or could explain it in baby steps.. kinda lay it out in a step by step tutorial.
Based on the MUX diagram it looks like more than just a few resistors need to be replaced I see like 5 areas where things need to be pulled and replaced.
So hoping someone can help me out, help me understand this and get it done.
Thanks again