Could anyone help me with the optimal settings for a NES 8-bit? OSSC is working great, the one problem I have is that it loses signal once in a while.
I do not believe it is the cable or the console that is the issue because I’ve changed both and still experience the “blackouts”. I’m not the only one experiencing this issue either so I believe it might be the NES nature to be somewhat “unstable” at points.
I’ve tried playing around with the sync settings myself, but I’ve done that mostly blind because I don’t really understand the differences, hence I am asking for help here.
Any ideas what settings I could change to let the OSSC be a little more accepting of “sync” faults the nintendo might cause?
Thank you in advance! <3
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