May 7, 2017 at 10:50 PM #12747
have a 2 year old 1080p e600i-b3 vizio. I tested the ossc just for giggles on it as i have most of my stuff hooked up to my gaming monitor. so as much as a surprise 5x mode works (snes). It gives the perfect amount of overscan and looks absolutely glorious.
so I will do further testing in the future when I get more cables to test other systems.
and yes 5x!May 11, 2017 at 9:01 PM #12791
I just finished testing a Dell Ultrasharp 2007FP on LX2,LX3,LX4, and LX5. A 1600×1200 IPS panel made by LG.
At first LX5 didn’t work, then I realized by default, LX5 is set to 1920×1080, switched to 1600×1200 and it started working.
If anyone has the monitor, to avoid any scaling, make sure to set it to 1:1 pixel mapping. The 2007FPb also works, it’s the same monitor, just sold to businesses.May 13, 2017 at 12:22 AM #12807
ok just tried out my AOC i2757fm (1080p ips panel) and again 5x with no issues and looks glorious. once i have time and more cables i will do testing on my tv and now this monitor.
this monitor works better than my 144hz asus gaming monitor for the ossc
will try and get some pics up soonMay 15, 2017 at 4:09 AM #12837
New one for the list
This is a 47″ 1080p LCD that features separate RCA inputs for audio with HDMI connection and has a game mode under picture settings.
240p passthru: Yes (detected as 1440×240)
All the above was tested with a SNES as the output source. No glitches or judder! I didn’t have time to troubleshoot why Line5x was working. There was no noticeable input lag when tested in Line4x mode with game mode turned on.May 24, 2017 at 2:46 PM #12977
LG 65C6P (4K)
L2X-L5X work out if the box for Sega Genesis Model 1 w/ Sega 32X using both SCART and HD Retrovision cables
L2X-L5X work out if the box for Sega Saturn using SCART
SNES works out of the box for L2X-L4X via SCART and HD Retrovision cables as well. L5X does work, but it takes a handful of switches for it to lock in. After that it seems fine. Not sure what’s up with that. Still playing around with settings to see if I can get L5X consistently.May 31, 2017 at 1:32 AM #13048
As of 0.77, I can now use every line multiplier on my Samsung UNKU6300 with my Sega Genesis. Still need to test SNES.May 31, 2017 at 4:33 AM #13050
Just acquired a PMS Crystalio II VPS-3300. Don’t see it on the compatibility list but it accepts all modes from the OSSC. Updating the OSSC firmware now and I can test more.May 31, 2017 at 6:08 AM #13053
The Crystalio II handles the 480i/576i Line3x and Line4x but it downsizes the 3x which looks like poop (obviously).May 31, 2017 at 9:04 AM #13059
As of 0.77, I can now use every line multiplier on my Samsung UNKU6300 with my Sega Genesis. Still need to test SNES.
@virsago That’s awesome news! Can you clarify if this was with the IT content flag set to on, or it works anyway?May 31, 2017 at 6:35 PM #13064
Updated my report!
My Panasonic TC-P42UT50B still the same (no x3 or higher)… :/
But my Samsung UN40KU6300GXZD, as @virsago already reported, got work directly, no need anymore to be hooked in the Onkyo receiver! When I updated, the first thing I made is change to “on” the HDMI ITC function, not tried yet to put it “off” to see if have any difference. I’ll do it when I get at home.
Also, SNES fully working without sync problems! IN ALL MODES!!!
See details here: https://www.videogameperfection.com/forums/reply/10424/
Please @harrumph, update the fist page.May 31, 2017 at 6:40 PM #13065
@virsago That’s awesome news! Can you clarify if this was with the IT content flag set to on, or it works anyway?
Nope. I was excited to see it in the update notes and couldn’t wait to try it out, but it didn’t matter. Normally I have my OSSC set to do 240p passthrough on boot, but the FW update must have reset my default profile because it was set to a now-functional line 2x. From there I tested the other settings and saw they all worked. Finally, my OSSC can do more than just 240p HDMI!
I did get around to testing my SNES and noticed it worked in each setting, but had some issues with sync. I’m not entirely familiar with all the terminology but I noticed an intermittent “screen tear” that might be fixable through tweaking settings. I’ll have to play around with it more. If anyone has any pointers, please throw them my way.May 31, 2017 at 7:41 PM #13066
HarrumphParticipantMay 31, 2017 at 7:52 PM #13070
I did get around to testing my SNES and noticed it worked in each setting, but had some issues with sync. I’m not entirely familiar with all the terminology but I noticed an intermittent “screen tear” that might be fixable through tweaking settings. I’ll have to play around with it more. If anyone has any pointers, please throw them my way.
Try setting Analog sync LPF=30MHz and H-PLL Pre-Coast=0June 1, 2017 at 8:47 AM #13077
Try setting Analog sync LPF=30MHz and H-PLL Pre-Coast=0
Reducing the first setting seemed to reduce a bit of “jitter” I was noticing but both together didn’t eliminate the problem, unfortunately.June 7, 2017 at 12:14 PM #13159
Has anybody heard about compatibility with SHARP? I have a few 40″ panels now: LC-40LE830U and LC-40LE830E.
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