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    I have an idea. I remember once in school we had these DB15 connectors that had no pins and we had to cut our own wire to make the pins. I think it was brass or so.

    Does anyone know where you can buy this wire to make the pins with? This way I can just make the pins a little longer on the NGCD ports.

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    5 pin din jack:

    Mouser part #502-61GB5FX



    http://www.mouser.com/Search/Product...tCuQVGZDbU2xeG

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    For the gold video jacks:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/index.htm $20 min order.

    Philmore # MSG12 RED
    Philmore # 45-270 BL
    Philmore # 45-270 GR
    Philmore # 45-270 YEL
    Philmore # 45-270 WH
    Philmore # 45-270 OR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    For the gold video jacks:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/index.htm $20 min order.

    Philmore # MSG12 RED
    Philmore # 45-270 BL
    Philmore # 45-270 GR
    Philmore # 45-270 YEL
    Philmore # 45-270 WH
    Philmore # 45-270 OR
    Great find!

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    Where can I find those black anodized machine bolts?

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    Hmm, ya but I need ones with a flat or smaller head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    Hmm, ya but I need ones with a flat or smaller head.
    These should be flat such as this guy... cause they have to sit flush.

    I think those are also similar to the ones that someone had posted a guide for modding the old style sticks with.... (i'll have to search back for that one)

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    Few more parts:

    AES Power Jack:

    Mouser #163-179PH-EX

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    Since a lot of places discontinued Gold S-vid panel mount jacks this is another way to make one

    Gold S-video jack:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/S...and_Jacks.html

    Part #30-618, get this and hack off the small tab.

    Then use the nut from this:

    http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

    So you are looking at a total of around $5-6 for the s-video jack. Not exactly economical but an alternative.

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    Anyone interested in a group order for the DIY S-video connector? I will buy like 5 or 6 then you guys just pay the cost plus ship and paypal fee? Lemme know cause I could use one but don't need to spend $20.






    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    Since a lot of places discontinued Gold S-vid panel mount jacks this is another way to make one

    Gold S-video jack:

    http://www.minute-man.com/acatalog/S...and_Jacks.html

    Part #30-618, get this and hack off the small tab.

    Then use the nut from this:

    http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

    So you are looking at a total of around $5-6 for the s-video jack. Not exactly economical but an alternative.

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    Found another place with possibly better stock:

    $3.15 each but no multi discount, I don't know if that's all they have or their cart is just setup that way. Even at 100 units it's still $3.15

    http://www.ramelectronics.net/audio-...rod72313G.html

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    Xian,

    if you buy a bunch I will pick up a couple from you. The shipping is just retarded for 1 unit, like $7.50 shipped to my house (minimum).

    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    Found another place with possibly better stock:

    $3.15 each but no multi discount, I don't know if that's all they have or their cart is just setup that way. Even at 100 units it's still $3.15

    http://www.ramelectronics.net/audio-...rod72313G.html

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    Hmmm, thing is someone has to make sure behind that plastic is a removable nut like I'm hoping. If it is that would be perfect. You don't want to buy 20 and they're not.

    Who's in Jersey, Hmmm Soniku.

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    I am going to attempt to hack the monoprice s-video connector, worth a shot for me.....

    and that plastic cover should be removable, how is someone supposed to solder to it with a wire??? I would be 99% sure it is possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    Hmmm, thing is someone has to make sure behind that plastic is a removable nut like I'm hoping. If it is that would be perfect. You don't want to buy 20 and they're not.

    Who's in Jersey, Hmmm Soniku.

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    Hey Duo,

    How many did you need of the ram electronics s-vid jack?

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    I would grab two of those.

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    Ok, I got confirmation from THomas at Ram Electronics and he said yes the back is a hex nut.

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    Nope, not anymore but thanks.

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    Sure thing...

    Did you find those black screws you were looking for? I was planning to use some them as well and was going to head to the skateboard shop near my house... I can check to see how flat the heads are on those if you are still looking.

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    I just went with electric guitar screws. I forgot to check the length though. We'll see when I get them.

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    Please let us know how the RAM s-video jack is. Also, what black plastic DB-15 ports did you end up using using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vectorman0 View Post
    Please let us know how the RAM s-video jack is. Also, what black plastic DB-15 ports did you end up using using?
    For the DB15 ports I use:

    Mouser Part #571-1658615-3

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    very cool, are you going to get some?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xian Xi View Post
    Ok, I got confirmation from THomas at Ram Electronics and he said yes the back is a hex nut.

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