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  • #8434

    slampt
    Participant

    Hey Folks,

    Been testing out my DIY unit but I haven’t been able to get a number of consoles working via SCART (RGB Component works fine)
    Here is a diagram of my PS1/2 scart cable.

    PS1/2 Scart

    Looks like linking didn’t work, URL for image is;
    http://members.optusnet.com.au/eviltim/gamescart/psx.png

    It detects but doesn’t output anything, any suggestions?

    Thanks

    *edited

    #8467

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    What do the numbers say on the OSSCs LCD?

    #8606

    slampt
    Participant

    Sorry for the delay,
    The SYNC LED on the OSSC turns on too. 🙁
    The Display read the following and changed from time to time;

    AV1 : RGsB 0i
    15.70kHz 60.00Hz

    then sometimes it would read;

    AV1 : RGsB 1335i
    15.70kHz 60.00Hz

    and

    AV1 : RGsB 275p
    15.70kHz 60.00Hz

    and it did flick between

    AV1 : RGsB 562i
    15.70kHz 60.00Hz
    and NO SYNC

    Sounds works I can hear the PSX boot with no disc in it.
    Also the Wii works through the Component.

    any ideas?

    TIA

    #8610

    paulb_nl
    Participant

    Thats the wrong input. You have to use AV1 RGBS.

    #8611

    slampt
    Participant

    Oh! RGBS comes up with NO SYNC :/
    I left it at the office so will have to try again in the morning.

    #8614

    marqs
    Participant

    RGBS with “no sync” probably means that the sync line is either shorted to ground, missing termination (check R3), or disconnected from respective TVP7002 input pin (check C13).

    #8617

    slampt
    Participant

    So double checked the pins on U1, looks like some were slightly shorted. Lesson learnt, don’t be too generous with the solder paste if you choose to cook it in the oven.

    Thanks heaps for your help everyone (especially marqs). I will take it home and test over the weekend with the other consoles.
    One other thing I have noticed with the PS1 is that the image is to the right of the screen and thus slightly cut off on the right. Will keep playing

    Slampt

    #8618

    slampt
    Participant

    Ignore that, silly TV, change aspect and it looks good! 🙂

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