That's actually not a bad screen; VGA output might work, depending on what is being expected on the SYN (sync) pin - and whether the RGB pins take analog or digital signals; not sure what BRI is (brightness/backlight control, maybe?).
but you might be able to hook it up to a Sanguino acting as an Uzebox to make a small gaming system (that would be pretty sweet). The Uzebox normally uses a special IC to convert RGB to a composite video signal, but this display might be able to take the signal directly.
Thank. And the screen is operational. I did see the waveform of the R, G, B and SYN. I took the signals at the output of the DVD player. The waveform are not TTL, more a composite signal on all of them, when I play a DVD, I can see a difference or change in the waveform. Still coposite.
The BRI in my opinion is Brightness, I measured 2 V. I will experiment to confirm. I expect to increase V, more bright. Hum... that make sense. The P / N is the PAL and NTSC mode pin. A HIGH or A LOW. About the CON pin <-- measure 0 V. That pin, I still don't know...yet.
About using VGA, like you said, if the VGA signals are TTL, it will not work.
Here a web page about it. But still no datasheet. Can not find it. :0 The only method is : Reversed Engineer. Experiments, live test and measurments and web surfing. You know what... I am learning a lot in that way.
Thank cr0sh for the tips. It might help others this treads. Who knows ...
CON is (maybe?) contrast...?
Just looked it up; VGA is analog, so you should be good there - the only issue might be voltage range peak-to-peak. There would also probably be an issue with sync - VGA provides seperate horizontal and vertical sync, whereas this might be fixed horizontal (to NTSC/PAL) with a particular vertical, or possibly mixed (composite sync); then there's the issue of whether the sync signals are positive or negative...ugh.
Would you like to share some findings on this post? Your display is line 2.
Yes(?) (?) portable DVD Own garage RGB LCd(?) Standard(?)