" HT world I stumbled into. It gives me headaches and very little sleep. What was supposed to be an easy job (making this cable) has turned into a 30 hour project.
The problem started when I received the little devil called LT150 ( I LIKE IT !!! and it is my first projector). I do not have a HTPC, only an interlaced DVD player (Panasonic DVD RV60). I mistakenly assumed that RGB = YbCr because my DVD player outputs RGB and I thought that RGB was component. Well, it is not the same. I figured out that I need the composite signal as a source for H(V)sync and I tried to feed the projector with this signal but only with limited success. I can see an image for a split second then it disappears.
By further searching the internet I found out that I need some kind of sync separator which converts the composite signal to H&V sync (RGBS to RGBHV) and probably also amplifies the signal?.
Now the question is: Can I make this device my self and if yes where can I find some circuit drawing describing what I should do?
Can I buy this device and if yes where could I buy it?
You probably need to know that I'm European and that it should work with PAL. I'm not looking for some $500 device which makes me do all kind of things to my signal even though that could be nice, but my budget for the next several months was used when I bought this projector.
Please help and thanks in advance