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You’re welcome and no problem at all. I definitely hear you on the cable mess. I didn’t like the component box at first because it also needs a power cord (unlike the VGA one) but I find that the component box has been more reliable and produces a better picture due to the OSSC LPF.
I actually haven’t tried your setup. I’ll see if I can dig up the VGA converter and give it a shot. I guess I always plugged the audio directly into the OSSC or PC (for captures).
Yeah, I can see why you might think a lack of power button is a bit odd. Maybe I’m weird but I guess I never turn off my stuff…
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