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  • #54361
    LayrusQuinn
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    Hi everyone! I own an OSSC and a Super Famicom. Actually, a couple of monitors seems to lose sync even in x2 Scanline. I’m using a cheap RGB cable, however I’ve already order an high quality one. It’s possible to use an OSSC withot a dejitter mod? Also, does the Retrotink requires a dejitter mod? I’m wondering also if could be some type of issues of compatibilty with monitors? I’ve tried it on an Asus VG248QE and on an LG tv. Same problem. I know the dejitter mod is out of stock so I really want to find a solution. Could someone help me? Thanks in advance!

    #54366
    BuckoA51
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    Some monitors will work without the dejitter. For RetroTINK products the dejitter is only needed on the 5x and then only when using higher resolutions on certain displays.

    #54370
    Komaru
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    I have the same monitor (Asus VG248QE) + setup (RGB SNES OSSC)! For me, the monitor works fine in Line3x. Any other mode adds lag, and it doesn’t like Line5x. Currently looking for a dejitter myself because I’d like to be able to actually capture video on my USB3HDCAP and use Line5x.

    #54371
    LayrusQuinn
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    @BuckoA51 This VG248QE should work without the Dejitter mod on x3 (however no audio) by the way the OSSC I bought (not from you, sadly I guess) still loses sinc even with this monitor and on x3 ( @Komaru, yours does it too? I bet no) When the OSSC arrived, it had a really tremble SCART input, like it goes up and down even if I touch it slightly. I’m meditating on gettin a Retrotink if the compatibility issues are way less. Do you know whatever can cause a sync loss aside the display compatibility? Such dunno, a bad cable or a faulty PSU? By the way, the image is great, no strange artifacts and nothing similar, so I don’t think it could be the SuperFamicom itself. Any feedback about that?


    @Komaru
    I did put 3x on the VG248QE but I still lose sync. I’m pretty sure it might be the very cheap RGB cable, I should try once the new arrives. But honestly, since I’ve already contact the seller on Amazon (Kaico OSSC) and he accepted the restitution due to the faulty RGB input, I might buy a RetroTINK.

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    #54374
    Komaru
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    My OSSC also has a really awful SCART input. I got my OSSC from here, and I don’t fault them, SCART is just a bad connector in general. If you wiggle the cable, the color shifts and stuff.

    I would say you’re asking the right people in the SM discord (came across your messages while doing some reading) but also might be worth asking in the R3 Retro RGB discord http://r3.fyi/

    Anywho, I use a SNES mini with Voultar’s RGB mod + s-video, with an RGB SCART cable from Retro Access. I use the oem power supply for the SNES. The monitor has no problem with Line3x, but at Line5x it says it’s “out of range”. I’ve been hoping to get a dejitter chip for a year or so now but no dice. I was thinking of upgrading to a retrotink5x but $$$

    #54375
    LayrusQuinn
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    @Komaru Thanks for the link! Yeah, I’m asking there and discussing since a lot of time, OSSC and tech wise. (that’s a nice coincidence!)

    I was using a x3 too but I’m wondering: how much is the Hz output if you run SM through the OSSC? Might be this the issue? I’ve heard some monitors don’t like the frequency at all. I can’t really figure what could be the problem, sadly.

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