|Originally posted by SDDI|
The mod removes the Pi filters from the RGB outputs. This results in less high frequency rolloff resulting in a sharper picture.
-The mod does nothing to the output impedance, which is 75 Ohms regardless of the mod.
-The mod does not eliminate video noise, the elimination of the filters actually can increase extraneous video noise.
-Any video card can be modded this way, usually with benefits.
|Originally posted by johnwcookjr|
Do sell the mod kit with a sheet showing the predefined tap points and existing parts to remove? If so, how much?
|Originally posted by ElvisIncognito|
I can't afford the mod right now, but was hoping to perform a couple of basic mod's on my own... I remember seeing threads with pix/procedures for removing the stock filters as well as for soldering on your own BNCs for RGBHV. I've searched and searched but can no longer find these threads. Anyone know what happened to them?
|Originally posted by jlmclemore|
Here are a couple links describing adding the BNC connectors: