Here you go, not sure which connectors you are asking about, so here is both sides.
Thanks for posting this, I was beginning to think I was crazy! It's not an OSSC thing, the HAS (or game board) is cutting off the bottom.FWIW, the same cutting-off-the-bottom thing happens with my HAS piped directly into a Sony PVM CRT. I think it's just one of those quirks.
I don't have a way to test as I don't yet have an RGB cable, but I'll ask RGB if I can run the CSync unbuffered without any risk of damage or if I can run the TTL as 75R to see if it makes a difference. I think I need the RGB cable to do so though.The HAS has a few sync settings, have you tried them to see if there are any differences ?
You are running RGB out of the HAS Mini-Din so all the sync settings will apply. The SCART cable applies to the input of the OSSC.****Are we even sure it's the HAS? Maybe the M72 version of DB doesn't have that info and they added it for the later versions?
I don't want to derail this thread, but I had a similar issue with my R-Type 2 board.Thanks, I agree it’s getting cut off, but it’s not my monitor or as far as I can tell the OSSC. I’m not sure what else to try. I’ll mess with more settings today.
Played Dragon Breed on the weekend and it shows up just fine for me using the Sentinel. I could adjust my PVM a little more, or hit the underscan button to see full bars. It shows up completely fine using RGB into the Framemeister too. Every game on the M72 has weird visual nuances though.I don't want to derail this thread, but I had a similar issue with my R-Type 2 board.The only solution I got was to adjust the screen of my Sony TV (I'm using HAS + OSSC).Thanks, I agree it’s getting cut off, but it’s not my monitor or as far as I can tell the OSSC. I’m not sure what else to try. I’ll mess with more settings today.
Your baord is fine, but those IREM boards have some weired sync/resolution