The SCART cable has the following note attached to it: “Playstation SCART – Do not use on XRGB without SCART converter.” I don’t know if this matters in my situation.
In the Output slot, I’m using a HDMI cable with a DVI adapter. This is hooked up directly to the TV above.
On my first attempt last weekend, I tried a component cable that I’d purchased for the PS2. The TV, OSSC, and PS2 all powered on, but I only got the grey screen. The LCD on the OSSC said: AV3 YPbPr No Sync.
I read the Troubleshooting page in the Quick Start guide and that is when I bought the SCART cable.
Today I tried again with the SCART cable and I’m still getting the gray screen. It still says AV3 YPbPr No Sync, even though I double checked to make sure the PS2 was set to RGB. I hit info on the remote and got the following:
What are your headphones connected to – the OSSC? The OSSC can only loop through audio; it can’t change volume. You need to send the audio to something with volume control capability (a stereo, an AV receiver, possibly your TV) and connect your headphones to that device.