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[b7610, i8000] Omnia how to make own TV out cable. [TUT]

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Hi,

Knowing the fact that usually TV out cables are dirt cheap it's often better to buy them than make. Yet, if you'd like to do your own because you need eg. longer cables, or different plugs than usual "mini jack - cinch" here's the solution.

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What do you need:

- 1x mini jack (4 poles)

- 3x cinch

- cables, soldering iron, solder,

- basic soldering skills :>

The cinch plug connection looks this way:

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where:

- greeen = ground

- pink = one of the channels (left/right/video)

The mini jack plug connection:

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where:

- green = ground

- yellow = TV signal

- red = audio right

- white = audio left

So now all you need to do is to solder the cables to the plugs and have your very own TV cable. [;

Have fun making your's.

stn

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Great tutorial...Would like thing DIY...

But I just bought a tv-out cable for only $3 and also a phone sleeve for only $0.43...Cheap! ;)

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Can you give us a link to the shop where you bought the tv-out cable for $3 ?

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Can you give us a link to the shop where you bought the tv-out cable for $3 ?

Oh I just bought the AV cable locally here in my country ;) Many phone accessories are cheaply available here...

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nice explanation great bro

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Oh I just bought the AV cable locally here in my country ;) Many phone accessories are cheaply available here...

Hello D

im sort of new out here , but for my B7610 ( WM6.1 ) I have been hunting for the right TV-out cable for last 1 year , without success . I have tried all kinds of available "3.5mm" to 3RCA jacks ( hi-quality Nokia ones , Samsung other models ) , but none of them works .... only feeble audio comes from TV , no video at all .

then i realised , the only way is to have the "Micro-USB" to 3RCA jack TV out ... the official Samsung B7610 accessory , which is obsolete now , since B7610 is out of production .

if anyone has "successfully" used a 3.5mm to 3RCA on B7610 , please let me know the brand ( and phone model ) .... please !

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this is the authentic Samsung TV-out cable for B7610 .

note : its a MicroUSB to 3RCA cable , NOT a 3.5mm to 3RCA cable

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