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I just connected OMEGA MVS to the OSSC via scart (scart cable by the omega guys) and looks pretty awesome resolution wise but I get this green tint on it pretty much like in this post. https://videogameperfection.com/forums/topic/picture-is-green/
Also I tried with the omega component cable and everything looks amazing. Is there a problem with my scart cable, I need to do some extra setup or could be the unit?
Here is a pic of the problem https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByIhgyPo9j24OTRyWmVJQjE2Z3JMendma2JMSHJab2pRUDQw
Please let me know, thanks
Did you set the small switch on the back of the console next to the cable port to RGB? I only get the green tint if I hook up scart while the switch is set on YPbPr. May or may not have to power cycle the console after flipping the switch to get normal color.
If that is set properly and is still not working, the switch may be broken, or some kind of bad solder joint in that area.
TBH I didn’t know there was a switch on the back of the console >.<, once I get back home I’ll check that out! Many thanks for the info, I’ll let you know if that solves the issue.
Hello there, yes the whole the thing was the switch hehe, now I got a crisp and amazing image thanks a lot ErebusMaligan really appreciated. Now totally unrelated I guess I need to report in the tv compatibility sticky post that my sony tv is not working at all with the omega mvs.
Glad I could help you out.
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