the_crayon_king Posted October 29, 2020 Author Share Posted October 29, 2020 (edited) "For optimum performance, the analog outputs should each have a source termination resistance to ground of 75 Ω (doubly terminated 75 Ω configuration). This termination resistance should be as close as possible to the ADV7125 to minimize reflections." Think about it. If the placement of the series resistor was not important then TVs could just have a 75 ohm series and a 75 ohm termination inside of them and every console/cable could just be a straight through. What I am saying is putting a resistor 3 feet down in the SCART head is probably not "correct". However, what is best practice and what will work are two very different things. I'm more excited by the news that there is apparently a nice RGB mod for the coleco now. @Icelvlan Anyway, if you want to remove those resistors and use ones inside your cable I say go for it. Just do not bridge those pads as they go to ground (because they are not series). You may have already known that but it bears repeating. Edited October 29, 2020 by the_crayon_king Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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