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    • xtrasmiley wrote:

      Anyway, my TV keeps displaying the “resolution is not supported” message and nothing.
      The OSSC most likely IS outputting a image with the rates above, but the TV is unable to display the very low (57.66Hz) sync rate (remember most LCD panels want 60Hz but some will accept 58~61 at the widest).
      Do you have a iScan DVDO VP30/50/50pro you can test with it? If this really is the problem, the DVDO can (in most cases) "unlock" the sync rate (smooth it) to a pure 60.0Hz output.

      How is the sync jumper on the HAS set BTW? I'm 99.9% sure the OSSC has locked the sync or it wouldn't display any #Hz I'm just curious (I use unprocessed for basically everything).
      Darksoft: CPS3, CPS2, F3, MVS
      RGB: RECO v2, HAS v3
      XianXi: JNX Raiden, SC Taito Classic, SC Sega System 16/24
      Frank_fjs: JAMMA Extender (HAS - Special Edition)
      HighFlow: Acrylic Cases (M72, TMNT, T-Unit, Y-Unit)


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    • Well, I know this is a really strange and not really preferred scenario...
      1. Output from the HAS into Euro SCART
      2. SCART-2-Component adapter (like the CSY-2100/clones)
      3. Component into OSSC
      4. HDMI to TV
      Success? :huh:
      Darksoft: CPS3, CPS2, F3, MVS
      RGB: RECO v2, HAS v3
      XianXi: JNX Raiden, SC Taito Classic, SC Sega System 16/24
      Frank_fjs: JAMMA Extender (HAS - Special Edition)
      HighFlow: Acrylic Cases (M72, TMNT, T-Unit, Y-Unit)


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    • I say owning a iScan DVDO VP30 is just a good idea, if you ever find one for a reasonable price snap it up.
      That's a solid plan S24 or not!

      The SCART to component adapters on the other hand...
      Meh, I don't know if you want to invest just to test, it might not work (or look great).

      Try out the 8-pin mini din to Euro SCART cable first, also try unprocessed sync in addition to buffered and regenerated.
      Play around with the H and V sync tolerances of the OSSC.
      Darksoft: CPS3, CPS2, F3, MVS
      RGB: RECO v2, HAS v3
      XianXi: JNX Raiden, SC Taito Classic, SC Sega System 16/24
      Frank_fjs: JAMMA Extender (HAS - Special Edition)
      HighFlow: Acrylic Cases (M72, TMNT, T-Unit, Y-Unit)


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    • Some arcade boards have a weird sync that the OSSC has trouble latching onto. I’ve personally seen it with the Taito F3 and Irem M72 boards.

      In addition to the suggestions already mentioned, @RGB has an adapter you can use to output the HAS to VGA rather than SCART. The OSSC can then latch onto the sync more easily because VGA has separate horizontal and vertical sync signals while SCART combines them.

      Using VGA has gotten those difficult boards working on the OSSC for me.
    • That's super classy opt2not. HAS Level Up!

      I haven't been keeping up with RGB latest, could I get on a list for 2 RGB extenders when the time comes?
      Yeah, RGB's extender is fantastic. I had to opt for it when they were available.

      I also like to use a JAMMA right-angle connector with my HAS. I bought it from shadows on the N-G forums, and it helps with space and organization (originally it was supposed to be for my arcade cabinet and bigger PCB's that barely fit in the PCB bay).
      Here's an updated shot of my set-up, with shadow's right-angle connector, RGB's extender, 3P4P and HD-15 add-on board.

      I love my HAS!
    • electricgrave wrote:

      That's super classy opt2not. HAS Level Up!

      I haven't been keeping up with RGB latest, could I get on a list for 2 RGB extenders when the time comes?
      Thanks EG! Good to see you on A-P as well!

      Unfortunately, a few pages back RGB mentioned he doesn't have any plans to make more of those extenders because it was too time consuming:


      RGB wrote:

      the Goat wrote:

      Are you referring to that JAMMA extension cable? Are they still available? It looks high quality.
      Not available anymore (and no plans to re-stock), I only built like 10-15pcs iirc, they were too time consuming to make:

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      limwer wrote:

      Hi,

      How do I order a Supergun HAS?

      I have a Supergun Mak Strike V3, I use it only to connect the Neo Geo MVS to the PVM, I do not dare to use it with my OSSC, it does not have protection in the RGB / Sync lines.

      Thank you
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      limwer wrote:

      I do not dare to use it with my OSSC, it does not have protection in the RGB / Sync lines
      Protection? Uh... It only needs to output proper SCART levels.
      I guess if the sync is TTL and of a high voltage that isn't good for the long term health of the OSSC.
      But remember, even the HAS must output TTL sync to get the Taito F3 working (it is low voltage however, and shouldn't be an issue).

      If you can display it on a PVM/BVM without any issues (aka high voltage TTL sync would be bad for a PVM as well) I'm almost positive its fine for the OSSC.

      Kano wrote:

      where as the ps1 converts rgb to component
      Poorly, the conversion has many color imperfections and artifacts added from the NTSC compression.
      I highly recommend you toss that cable in the trashcan where it belongs.

      Kano wrote:

      Not working on a cps2 or another board that I have. Any ideas you can throw my way?
      How are you getting the audio from the CPS2... RCA jacks on the CPS2 itself or JAMMA edge/HAS 3.5mm jack?

      lobogau wrote:

      I was wondering if the HD Retrovision PS2 component cable will work
      I suspect so many of you want to use this cable because you own a LCD TV and for some reason think this will A) work and B) actually look good.
      I'm here to tell you that...
      A) it most likely will NOT work and B) even if it does work it will look like shit because LCDs will never understand that a sub 480 resolution image can be progressive (aka it treats everything <=480 as interlaced).

      If you own a CRT you can disregard both A) and B).
      Darksoft: CPS3, CPS2, F3, MVS
      RGB: RECO v2, HAS v3
      XianXi: JNX Raiden, SC Taito Classic, SC Sega System 16/24
      Frank_fjs: JAMMA Extender (HAS - Special Edition)
      HighFlow: Acrylic Cases (M72, TMNT, T-Unit, Y-Unit)


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