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GlueyPorchBoy
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From here on, I’m afraid it’s all about you. If it has that many modes (looks like it was intended be sold internationally), fingers crossed that it has an onboard deinterlacer so you can use passthrough mode with PS2 games. The RetroTINK basically has the same de-interlacing process as the OSSC.

You only have to worry about it handling 240p if you’re in passthrough mode on whichever device you’re running, and there’s not much point in doing that with a progressive signal. In all regular settings, your OSSC or RetroTINK will be converting the signal into something a modern screen recognizes.

EDIT – I should add that, once you’ve got everything set up right (including the alternating horizontal scanlines), the bob deinterlacing isn’t that noticeable unless you’re viewing from really close (except with straight lines against black – the “loading progress” bar you see when booting up GTA, for instance). Obviously, no flicker is better than flicker, but it certainly doesn’t render games unplayable.