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  • #18210

    nicolahu
    Participant

    Hi folks,
    i am not really expirienced with the OSSC. The problem is that the picture is somewhat unstable. I get a picture for 2-3 seconds then it disappears and after a random time it is here again. This goes so on forever, now my question is, is there a way to get a stable picture?
    Thx a lot in advance
    My config:
    Super Famicom
    N64 PAL
    Philips 55PUS6482

    #18211

    Morpheus_79
    Participant

    Does the red LED of your OSSC turns on while the picture is gone?

    #18212

    nicolahu
    Participant

    No, when i play with some settings sometimes it gets better or worse. But it is more guessing than knowing. Funny is that the TV has a constant signal on x5 mode. Otherwise no

    #18221

    Morpheus_79
    Participant

    Is it possible for you to test another HDMI cable and another TV to rule ’em both out as source of those problems?

    #18224

    nicolahu
    Participant

    I tested another cable and TV, other my computer monitor has no problem. My brother his OSSC makes the same on my TV. But because there is a picture i hope there is a way to get it permantly

    #18235

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    I could understand that with a SNES/SFC but a n64 is more unusual. Do you have any other consoles you could try?

    #18239

    nicolahu
    Participant

    So i tested some consoles, that i have to hand, more in depth:
    PC Engine 60Hz, works fine
    SNES PAL, works fine
    N64 PAL, high-res doesnt work (used by some games and the 64drive) other games work fine but onlx x3 upwards
    Super Famicom, doesnt work

    The N64 was tested only with the 64drive, i tried it now with a normal game and it worked

    #18293

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Sounds like your TV has quite unusual compatibility. Try using the Line 2x (bob) mode for interlace content if your TV won’t handle it passed through.

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