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  • #12591

    SRRAE
    Participant

    With the OSSC now supporting audio with the audio addon (and seems to be standard shortly) via the DVI port there needs to be a way of having audio in for the component and VGA inputs.

    #12596

    LazyEpic
    Participant

    Not 100% sure but you should be able to use the scart input for sound and according to the newsletter the audio-jack will double as a audio input for the 1.6 version and since it’s directly tied to the audio of the scart you should just be able to connect an audio in there to get sound but then you have to make sure you haven’t connected anything to the scart input to avoid problems.
    I think the 1.6 version will have a switch just to make sure you don’t damage anything connected to scart when you use the audio-jack as input, as the audio signal gets routed directly in to the audio circuit then straight in to the HDMI chip you should be able to have audio on all inputs without much (or perhaps any) changes to the code, but haven’t gotten my audio board yet so can’t test it yet.

    What you need is either a RCA to scart (most 4th to 6th gen consoles came with one of there as standard in the PAL regions) and they should be easy to find online, or an RCA to 3.5mm.

    #12650

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Not 100% sure but you should be able to use the scart input for sound and according to the newsletter

    Correct. Also correct that 1.6 will have audio inputs for each input just to make wiring a bit neater.

    #12685

    SRRAE
    Participant

    I can confirm that the audio jack does work as audio in. Its very quiet though, any way of increasing the volume on the OSSC?

    #12697

    LazyEpic
    Participant

    In school now but don’t think the audio circuit has an amp, but you should be able to just increase the audio on your TV or use an external amp. However give me to later today and I can check what levels the audio board can handle but should be fairly easy to amp the sound.

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