August 26, 2016 at 4:44 PM #8623
So did some testing with my Samsung LCD (can’t remember the model but it is an old one will get it in a moment.)
Tested NES -> Did not work. Composite to scart, no mod to NES. “Output Mode Not Supported”
AV1 RGBS 0i
Tested SNES -> Works with retrogamingcable.co.uk cable (Sync on Luma)
Tested n64 -> Did not work. Tested with above and below cable. Will need to source another cable to try.
Tested Gamecube -> Worked. Used Nintendo branded SCART cable (not the digital component one).
Tested Sega Megadrive -> Works, though cable was tight fit on the console, and it appears my console needs a clean as sonic was crashing. 🙁
Tested Sega Saturn -> Works but has a bright purple line at the top when image is set to 4:3 and image is also jumpy regardless of the TVs aspect ratio.
Tested PS one -> Works.
Tested Neo-Geo AES -> “Mode not Supported”, really bummed about this one. My favourite console! Works on Sony trinitron CRT (scart direct). The signal appears to jump around all over the place on RGBS
I have yet to test the Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox original, 3DO, Mater System.
FWIW I am plugging these directly into the OSSC ( i left my scart cable at the office so can’t use my scart switcher. :/ )August 26, 2016 at 6:01 PM #8625
Composite to scart on the NES should sync but give a black screen because no RGB. Is your N64 modded for RGB?
Did you try analog sync LPF max for the Neo Geo?August 27, 2016 at 2:20 AM #8634
Time to start modding all the things then I guess.
I will play around with the AES today.
Cheers.August 27, 2016 at 12:50 PM #8637
Tested what you suggested for the AES but it didn’t work. Tried tinkering with a few other things too but had no joy 🙁
My sega megadrive cable keeps losing sync too I think the scart connector might be a little dodgy.
Tried to fix the sega saturn image (jumpy with purple band at the top) but had little success.
The Dreamcast worked without the Toro, I will test with the Toro when I have a scart lead (can’t find any around the house).August 27, 2016 at 1:20 PM #8638
Just opened up the SCART leads for my megadrive and saturn.
The Saturn has no caps on the RGB lines. Or the composite (getting sync from this line). I will add some caps tomorrow to see if that helps with the picture.
The Megadrive pins are loose and look like they are touching inside the scart connector so I will put some heat shrink around them and try to glue some in place so they don’t move about.
Still no clue about the AES though :/August 28, 2016 at 6:43 PM #8660
Saturn does not require capacitors on the RGB lines. What make/model Saturn and RGB cable are you using?August 29, 2016 at 10:51 AM #8663
I am using an old cable (no idea where it came from) works fine on my trinitron.
The model Sega is a MK-80200-03
Thanks.August 29, 2016 at 12:17 PM #8665
That’s a Model 1? Hmm, they don’t normally have any issues. Stumped on that one.September 5, 2016 at 1:48 PM #8746
Damn, I have no idea either 🙁
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