Hello, does anyone remember the European HD-MAC format ? There are early nineties projectors and CRT televisions that come with a golden scart plug that takes the analog 1250i HD-MAC signal in 50Hz.
Basically the scart connector has rgbhv signals. Would it be possible to use the HD Fury to convert a HDMi 50hz (euro) or 60hz (us) 1080i signal in a compatible analog HD-MAC signal ? Would 1080i work, or does it have to be identical 1250i ? Can you configure or alter the HD fury settings to generate the compatible signal ? Maybe someone has the signal specs (pulse width, front porch, back porch) and we can configure HD Fury accordingly, like you could do in Powerstrip on the PC. Your help is greatly appreciated. Regards, Christian
Joined: 05 Jun 2010 Posts: 2626 Location: Budapest, Hungary
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Can you name any television that is known for accepting 1250i HD-MAC signal? RGB on Scart uses sync-on-green. You'd need something more powerful than a HDFury, namely a video processor. _________________ projectors in the past : NEC 6-9PG xtra, Electrohome Marquee 6-7500, NEC XG 1351 LC ( with super modified Electrohome VNB neckboard !!!)
current: VDC Marquee 9500LC
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