I have an OSSC 1.6 that was shipped to Insurrection Industries today for repair. I made the mistake of plugging the 12V PSU from my Bandridge switch into it. Oops! That won’t happen again!
I want to be sure that going forward I am taking proper care of my setup, so any advice on my plans/thoughts below would be greatly appreciated.
I just ordered a Lotharek wHydra 2 SCART switch.
I was a little worried about using this switch with my OSSC after reading the testing done by retrogamingcables.co.uk (https://www.retrogamingcables.co.uk/HYDRA-2-SCART-SWITCH-TESTING)
But I wasn’t able to find any further clarification on the subject, and plenty of people seem to be using these switches without any issues.
I plan to pickup a couple of these Scart->Component adapters for use with component game systems: https://www.amazon.de/Transmedia-Scart-Svideo-Kurzad-umschaltbar/dp/B0014HB7T6
This adapter is linked on the Lotharek website and there is a reference to a “Jonas” testing the use of the adapter with a wHydra 2 and an OSSC, and confirming that there was no issue with the Wii at least… I was unable to find further information on those tests.
I currently have all RetroAccess gaming cables, I don’t believe any of them are CSync. And I am just using a KabelDirekt SCART cable between the OSSC and my TV.
Does anyone have any experience with using the OSSC and a Hydra SCART switch?
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