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d0kterfreddy
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PSP Go S-Video

Post by d0kterfreddy » Sun Sep 09, 2018 9:54 pm

Was there an official S-video cable available for the PSP go? If so does anybody know the pins for S-video. I would like to modify a spare component cable to S-Video.
The thing is I would like to hook up my PSP Go to a PAL CRT. And the CRT has S-Video but no component.
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by ali_ihsan21 » Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:03 pm

d0kterfreddy wrote:
Sun Sep 09, 2018 9:54 pm
Was there an official S-video cable available for the PSP go? If so does anybody know the pins for S-video. I would like to modify a spare component cable to S-Video.
The thing is I would like to hook up my PSP Go to a PAL CRT. And the CRT has S-Video but no component.
Nope not even unofficial imo
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d0kterfreddy
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by d0kterfreddy » Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:26 pm

I saw some unofficial cables. but they are rare to find and expensive.
Maybe a different question. In the component cable there is a 42k resistor on pin 15. What is de resistor for composite? I would like to test something.

Does anybody have a link to the datasheet of the OKI L86V7657 9175902J chip. If so mayby I could learn something from that.

d0kterfreddy
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by d0kterfreddy » Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:37 pm

I found a solution for my problem. Here are my findings.

- I used the pinout from http://www.acidmods.com/forum/index.php?topic=34981.0
- Bought a PSP2000/3000 composite/S-video cable.

Next I de-soldered the proprietary connectors. And tried to pragmatically find the correct pins. Here is the result:

PSP GO pinout:
1: GND
2: D+
3: D-
4: GND
5: ???
6: ???
7: +5V (Not from USB)
8: +5V USB
9: ???
10: Component Blue / Chroma
11: ???
12: GND
13: Component Green / Luma
14: ???
15: Enable Component Video Out
(Resistance 50k to GND)/
Enable Composite/S-video Video Out
(Resistance 5,5k to GND)/
16: Component Red / Composite
17: GND
18: GND
19: Enable Audio Out (when Grounded)
20: GND
21: Right
22: GND
23: ???
24: Left
25: ???
26: ???
27: ???
28: GND

I can confirm that it works. It has been tested on an HDTV.
Now I can use my PSP GO on a PAL CRT via S-video. Unfortunately my Trinitron died on me recently. but that's another subject.

talon99
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by talon99 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 7:36 am

I have a soldering gun but am not very experienced with soldering was wondering if this could be accomplished by just cutting the cable of the s-video cord and component cord then soldering the wires from the s-video cable to the correct wires on the component connector cable wires.

If you could provide a bit more detail on the steps needed to accomplish this that would be very appropriated I understand the basics of soldering.

t3st0
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by t3st0 » Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:38 pm

There are or rather were s-video cables for the Go.
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What the image quality is like with such a cable, takes your guesses.

dandare
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by dandare » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:07 pm

I had the Cradle

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Got scammed on Ebay with a fake one which was just a charger but managed to get one for £35 about 12 years ago.


This has component out with excellent picture quality, wish I didn't sell it now as they are very hard to get hold of,
I had a nice little setup extending the cable to a small flat screen on the wall and using a bluetooth dualshock pad I could lay back and play in bed, only downsize was that only ps1 games were fullscreen, psp were slighlty windowed.

t3st0
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by t3st0 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 6:34 pm

^ In dire need of a stability update. ;)

talon99
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by talon99 » Thu Jan 24, 2019 2:46 am

I looked everywhere and could not get really any sites offering them except for one for about $100

t3st0
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Re: PSP Go S-Video

Post by t3st0 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:33 am

12 bucks here if in stock.

https://www.egadgetoffer.com/pspgocabl/ ... eo_av.html

Its impossible that all the s-video cables have vanished from the planet, as ever if your interested keeping searching.

Or you could try a composite cable with a composite to s-video adaptor. Although the intended use of this cable is the other way round s-video source to composite input.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/StarTech-com-S ... B0000BZ2WC

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