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  • in reply to: Sync drops in 480p mode with PS2/ Wii #21968

    SabrinaB
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    I tried replicating the issue by connecting the OSSC to my computer monitor but there have been no drop outs.

    Also, the drops also apparently happen on my GameCube. So it’s not a 480p problem after all. Oh well, it was time for a new TV a long time ago anyway

    in reply to: Sync drops in 480p mode with PS2/ Wii #21936

    SabrinaB
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    Hi, thanks for your suggestions!

    As for the detailed 480p settings, everything except H.Backporch was already at that value. I adjusted it.

    Does the light on the OSSC change when the sync dropout occurs?

    I tried looking at it but either it was too quick or indeed the light doesn’t change. The drops are rarer than I had in memory, maybe once every hour or so

    in reply to: TV compatibility report thread #16800

    SabrinaB
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    Tested the OSSC on my old TV, the
    JVC LT-37A80ZU.
    I am planning to upgrade to a newer TV and need the OSSC for that, but note that this old TV has a SCART input anyway and I can’t tell much difference in picture quality between the native SCART and the OSSC 2x output. The advantage though is that the OSSC it supports 240p via component that the TV doesn’t support natively.

    Line-double works for:
    PAL SNES
    PAL GameCube with RGB cable
    PAL Wii with component cables (playing Virtual Console games)
    PAL PS2 with RGB cable (playing PS1 games)

    Line-triple for 240p content doesn’t work at all. Line-triple for 288p content obv doesn’t work since the TV is only 720p anyway.

    In my personal experience the sound quality of Game Boy Advance games playing on the Game Boy Player for the GameCube is suddenly massively improved compared to plugging in the SCART cable directly. Not sure what’s up with that. I use the same SCART switch as before.

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