Thank you both for your response.
do you mean, the cd audio on the AV plug of the later PCE models is only monaural? I ever thought it was stereo. In that case you couldn't listen cd audio on your TV. I really can't imagine that.
Anyway, whenever i did an RGB mod on a core, sg or whatever PCE model i used the audio from the AV plug and now i just want to have the same result on the white one.
Aren't there any comparable solder points for l + r audio like on the later AV plugs?
Currently i only have the outer picture i made from that mod. Since i did it in service i don't have the machine anymore to take new pictures. If i can find some more i'll post them asap.
I simply took an 8-pin Contr. Connector from an old defective PCE PCB i found in my spareparts and soldered the whole thing upside down on the PCB. Therefore i had to drill four holes on ground points (just where the RF unit was) and soldered some wire on the metal housing of the MiniDin port (to work like sort of pins and GND shield). This way the port sits so tight that it will never break away when plugging or pulling the AV cable.
btw. if you don't have an old pce around (as in my case) you can take them out of the multiplayer adaptor. You just need any with a metal housing to solder on the pcb. It's better than any hot-glue or whatever solution.
How the hell did you manage to get the port in the rf unit?
I thought about that as an alternative but found it too difficult to manage.
I'd really love to see a picture of your mod as well :-)
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