This question is directed at Haunted360. I watched his video on YouTube about RGB input mod for a cheap CRT TV. I have a Toshiba one. Model #20AF41. I also have the repair manual for it. Any ideas on how to go about it before I start poking around inside and risk getting defibrillatored with that flyback coil? Also gonna try it on another one eventually. It's a huge mutha f@$^a CRT TV. I'll get model of it up later.
I found this much out already. This TV uses a Micon Tuner that puts out an OSD_R/ OSD_G/ OSD_B/ and OSD_ BLK signal to a Chroma/If circuit that is in charge of video processing. The OSD signals are fast blank ones. How hard would it be to interrupt the tuner signal for my own RGB input as long as the TV is set for the tuner mode? (Like setting it on channel 3 if I'm following diagram right.) What do I do with OSD_BLK? Send a C_SYNC signal or composite video signal to it? Connect VCC? What? Any help would be appreciated as I'm sure there are others out there who would like their NTSC TVs to have RGB input as well. This is for those who prefer their CRT tubes over LCD and plasma panels (NES Duck Hunt competition anyone?) or if they're too cheap to get a TV with RGB SCART input. (Like me. )
EDIT: I have the manual. Here's the location: http://www.encompassparts.com/shop/r...TBA/20AF41.pdf