Switch 1 on the OSSC is set to buffered. Maybe I'll try the regenerated later to see if that helps. But that is for the S24, any ideas on the Buccaneers? It doesn't even sync with the OSSC, let alone getting to my TV..
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!
Thanks EG! Good to see you on A-P as well!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?
Protection? Uh... It only needs to output proper SCART levels.I do not dare to use it with my OSSC, it does not have protection in the RGB / Sync lines
Poorly, the conversion has many color imperfections and artifacts added from the NTSC compression.where as the ps1 converts rgb to component
How are you getting the audio from the CPS2... RCA jacks on the CPS2 itself or JAMMA edge/HAS 3.5mm jack?Not working on a cps2 or another board that I have. Any ideas you can throw my way?
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 was wondering if the HD Retrovision PS2 component cable will work
Get this...then using a stereo RCA to female 3.5mm adapter from the CPS2 to the 3.5mm audio connector on the SCART cable