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  • #15764

    figbash
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    Hi all, I’m using an OSSC to play various consoles on a PC CRT using an HDMI->VGA converter.

    I have recently purchased a cable called RGB-Pi (http://www.rgb-pi.com) which allows me to use a Pi 3 in 240P at different refresh rates than 60hz. I am trying to play R-Type at the correct hz, and the cable is successful at doing this when connected to my PVM 2530, R-Type’s scrolling is butter smooth.

    However I really want to use this on my PC CRT with the OSSC, and the OSSC just will not sync with it. I am wondering if anyone has any ideas to try, like what settings I should mess with to try to get this to sync? I have run a Neo Geo, Duo-R, SFC 1-Chip, Genesis, X’Eye, NES RGB, and others all through the OSSC and never touched a single setting, this is the first thing I’ve tried that just won’t sync 🙂

    I know it’s an odd situation and I doubt anyone else has tried this particular setup yet, but if you have any ideas I would appreciate it!

    #15779

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    What’s on the LCD when you connect the RGB-PI, what colour is the LCD?

    #15784

    figbash
    Participant

    It just says No Sync and a green LED as if I haven’t connected anything at all. One time I saw it flash through a couple different things too quickly to read them and then go back to No Sync, but only the once.

    #15788

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Hmm, it should work really. Can you try adjusting the Vsync threshold under sync options?

    #15790

    figbash
    Participant

    I just tried increasing vsync threshold in increments of 5 up to the max, no luck. I also messed with horizontal threshold. Starting to think it’s just not going to happen.

    #15808

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Can’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be compatible though, if it works on a SCART TV. Maybe try contacting the makers of the device ask if there’s anything unusual with the signal.

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