HOW TO rebuild a vintage television using modern technology



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Instead of throwing away this 1976 Sony Trinitron TV, I add some new technology to rebuild it back to working condition with lots of new bells and whistles. You couldn't do this in 1976! Thanks to PCBWay for sponsoring this video. https://pcbway.com

Chapters:
00:00 - Intro
03:01 - The Plan And Panel Overview
09:06 - Front Panel
10:40 - Rotary Encoders
12:24 - PCBWay Ad
12:52 - Power Button
13:32 - Audio Hookup
14:38 - Theory Of Operation
16:28 - First Tests
18:28 - Rounded Bezel Fix
23:35 - LED lights
25:32 - Mounting Back Panel
27:13 - Securing The Front Panel
31:10 - Atari VCS Test (RF)
35:35 - Apple IIc Test (Composite)
38:04 - Color Computer Test (HDMI)
42:06 - USB Test
43:37 - Advice And Tips

LCD panel used in this episode: https://ebay.us/gW48rq
Rotary encoders: https://amzn.to/3PpTTCu
ESP-32 development board: https://amzn.to/3ciaPMD
Arduino Code: https://github.com/aaronnewcomb/Encoder-Example

Music used by permission:
“Fakebit World” and "Rise and Shine" by Malmen
https://soundcloud.com/malmen

Other music from the YouTube Audio Library

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