Scrolling horizontal lines!

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  • #37906
    republicaog
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    Hey guys, I’m having scrolling horizontal lines and a lot of audio noise with a PS2/Component cables in OSSC firmware 0.84a and 0.85a. I’ve hooked up my PS2 directly to my TV and there’s no scrolling horizontal lines and the audio’s clear. i’ve tried other cables with OSSC and nothing changed. Thinking in taking back my money, if there’s no solution.

    #37929
    nmalinoski
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    Where did you source your OSSC? And you’re using the same component/SCART cable to connect your PS2 to your OSSC as your are to your TV?

    #37936
    republicaog
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    I’ve tested a Retro P4 PC via VGA and the image is crystal clear, no wave noises or interferances at all. Could it be the component cables the root of the problem or is it a powerline interfereance? My old apartment that I live right now don’t have an electric grounding! Also, I’ve tested on another room the OSSC with component PS2 on AOC Smart TV… no problems found. Thanks in advance!

    #37962
    republicaog
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    Guys, I’ve tried a bunch of tests today… another TV, another room, even bought an isolator module and nothing changes, the same noise in PS1 games, PS2 games 480i/480p. This whole thing is driving me crazy and I really want to use this great device. I don’t have another component cables to test it right now and I don’t want to loose money with a faulty unit. Please, help me!

    #37999
    paulb_nl
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    Your video is private.

    If your PS2 only has this problem through the OSSC and not when it is directly connected to your TV’s then there must be something wrong with the OSSC or its power supply.

    Did you buy it from Videogameperfection?

    #38061
    republicaog
    Participant

    Yesterday there were no problems, except by connecting my PS2 directly in my internet router via lan cable… and horizontal lines appeared. It seems that is an external problem, and not with the OSSC itself. This is so strange, ‘cuz I’ve tested without lan connection a couple days ago and the noise was there. I bought a scart cable and another PSU for OSSC, and when it arrives I’ll update here. Also, I bought OSSC in a local store, and I don’t think right now that’s a OSSC faulty. Thanks for the support!

    Just an update: the problem was fixed by not using my cheap component cables.

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