Great manual...really saved me. The only problem is that I thought I would be able to download it directly when I paid for it but never received the download instructions until the next morning. The board trace pages were somewhat light also: really need to turn up the contrast on the printer before printing them. The schematic page was great; very clear! Well worth the money.
I've been in the electronic business for a long time. I used to buy Sam's Photofact for my needs which intailed having to go to the store and paying about $20 for a package of 3 different units so I was forced to buy more than I needed just to get one.
Owner manual is just at your keyboard and the information is almost instantansouly and the cost is very reasonable. Easy to print out if needed or simply read off of the screen. The larger the screen the better for obvious reasons.
Had everything I needed. Onyly took a few hours after paid for by PayPal. The copy was very readable.
Text excerpt from page 25 (click to view)
Board- Setting-up (Non-UK version) The only adjustment necessary on the RGB board is the setting-up of the Phase Locked Loop (PLL), a circuit which mutes the audio output in the absence of a valid video signal (i.e. no TV or AV).
Make sure there are no syncs applied to the input of the phase locked loop. This can be acheived by tuning the receiver to an unused channel (ie noise). Monitor II02 pin 5 with a frequency counter set to read kHz to 2 decimal places. First turn RI22 fully clockwise, then turn anti-clockwise to set the frequency between 15.45 kHz and 15.59 kHz, nominally 15.52 kHz. Check MI01 pin 6 is low (0~). Tune the receiver to a valid signal. Check that syncs are applied to the input of the P.L.L. Check that MI01 pin 6 is high (SV).