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destinydoom
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TVs:

Panasonic TC-P42UT50B

240p x2: YES (including SNES!)
480i passtr: YES
480i x2: YES
480p passtr: YES
1080i passtr: YES
1080i x2: YES

All the other modes: NO

Unfortunately nothing changed since firmware 0.76 in this TV. But as a plasma TV I still highly recommend this one for the great response time and almost no blurring effect with fast scroll images compared with LCDs and LEDs. Personally I still prefer this one over the Samsung 4k that I also have, even it supporting very few modes as I showed above.

OSSC fw. v0.77

Consoles:

NTSC Sega Genesis using SCART “raw boosted sync” cable from retro_console_accessories. I get 480i with Sonic 2 (2 players screen) adjusting H-PLL Pre-Coast=3 and H-PLL Post-Coast=3.

NTSC SNES Mini modded with RGB Amp from retrofixes, using SCART csync cable from retrogamingcables. To get it working flawlessly, I adjust Analog sync LPF=30MHz and H-PLL Pre-Coast=0.

NTSC Sony PS2 Fat using SCART luma sync cable from retrogamingcables (and also tested with genuine component cable, with same results).

NTSC Sony PSP 2001 using genuine component cable.

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SAMSUNG UN40KU6300GXZD (4k)

Most of the modes works now in this TV (including SNES fully working!). Here the exceptions:

480i in Line3x (laced)
1080i in Line3x (laced) and Line4x (bob)

No need Onkyo receiver anymore, works directly on HDMI port of the TV.

TV firmware version at the moment: 1169

OSSC fw. v0.77

Consoles:

NTSC Sega Genesis using SCART “raw boosted sync” cable from retro_console_accessories. I get 480i with Sonic 2 (2 players screen) adjusting H-PLL Pre-Coast=3 and H-PLL Post-Coast=3.

NTSC SNES Mini modded with RGB Amp from retrofixes, using SCART csync cable from retrogamingcables. To get it working flawlessly, I adjust Analog sync LPF=30MHz and H-PLL Pre-Coast=0.

NTSC Sony PS2 Fat using SCART luma sync cable from retrogamingcables (and also tested with genuine component cable, with same results).

NTSC Sony PSP 2001 using genuine component cable.