I received my OSSC 1.6 a couple of weeks ago, and it has been working fine with my SNES and NES using an HD Retrovision component cable. I ordered a SCART cable for the SNES multi out connector to be able to plug in both consoles and switch the input using the OSSC, I don’t have enough consoles to justify either a component or SCART switch. I plugged in the SCART cable (from retro access) to both SNES and OSSC and the console doesn’t power on! Same with the NES (modded with NESRGB and multi out connector). When I unplug the cable from the OSSC, but not from the console, the console powers on just fine.
Is there a short somewhere preventing my consoles from powering on? Has this caused damage to my consoles? What is the solution here?
Thanks for the reply @buckoa51. I just sent you an email. Very curious to understand what might be going on here! I didn’t leave the consoles connected for more than 15 seconds at a time, so I’m not too worried following your comment 😉