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  • #18435

    asl
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    Hey!

    I want to use OSSC for my SNES with RGB scart.

    Firstly, with the OSSC, can I output video to monitor, via HDMI, and audio to analogue speaker system, via 3.5mm connector? Secondly, if this is doable, will audio output on both devices, namely TV and speaker system, at the same time?

    Thanks

    #18438

    Morpheus_79
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    can I output video to monitor, via HDMI, and audio to analogue speaker system, via 3.5mm connector?

    Yes, you can. The “A1 OUT / A2 IN” 3.5mm connector…

    … has two functionalities:

    • it can output analogue audio that comes directly from the SCART input connector (pass-though mode)
    • and it can be used as audio input connector in conjunction with the “V2 IN” Component input connector

    There’s a toggle switch between the 3.5mm connector and the HDMI connector, to change the mode according to your needs.

    will audio output on both devices, namely TV and speaker system, at the same time?

    Since it is intended for the usage with gaming devices, the OSSC is designed for a low as possible latency between analogue input and digital output. But every monitor/TV will add its own latency to that – some more, some less. In the best case there’s no noticeable delay between the digital video output and the analogue audio output.

    #18439

    nmalinoski
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    Secondly, if this is doable, will audio output on both devices, namely TV and speaker system, at the same time?

    Which devices the audio will play on depends on what kind of speaker system you have, how you’ve configured it, and whether the OSSC is connected to the TV or the speaker system.

    What kind of speaker system do you have, and how is it connected (if at all) to your TV?

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