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Connected SuperGun directly into OSSC and into LCD monitor. Can confirm no drops playing on both CPS2 for 30 minutes and CPS3 for an hour.
Connecting SuperGun to Extron Crosspoint -> OSSC -> LCD monitor, the first drop happened in the 1st 3 minutes.
I jotted down the input on the LCD screen of the OSSC w/out Extron and w/ Extron.
SuperGun -> OSSC (CPS3): 265p 15.73khz 59.37hz
SuperGun -> Extron-> OSSC (CPS3): 264p 15.72khz 59.56hz (I did see it as 262p 15.73khz 59.59hz for the 1st 5 seconds when I turned on the supergun)
Ok, so I’m convinced the Extron must be doing something to the signal. I remember connecting supergun -> PVM-1-out -> Extron -> PVM-2-in only worked if I added a sync stripper SCART->BNC before the Extron, PVM-2-in showed faded green video straight out the extron, with video acting like there wasn’t sync (ext sync was turned on). If I did SuperGun -> PVM-1-out -> PVM-2-in directly, PVM-2-in reads the CPS2. Only with the sync stripper to the Extron would the Extron output correctly to the PVM-2.
So @marqs, so what you think happens to the signal if it goes through as Extron? Is CPS2/3 feeding variable sync which the Extron has to readjust?
It just seems like there’s not much I can do at this point except hope in a firmware upgrade fix, if Marqs ever gets a chance to test with Extron Crosspoint w/ ADSP models and test with arcade boards.