This kit has now been updated to include a OSSC 1.6 PCB and case. Price remains the same as the 1.5 kit.
Got mad soldering skills? Then build your own Open Source Scan Converter (OSSC) by ordering this DIY kit. This kit contains just the bare PCB and pieces needed for the standard case. All other components must be sourced by the customer. Many of the components can be sourced from local electronics suppliers or from online suppliers such as Mouser.
Optionally, you may also donate £3 from the price of the kit to Markus Hiienkari (Marqs), creator of the OSSC. We highly recommend this, it is a great way to say thank you for all the hard work Markus continues to put into the project and also to help fund future developments, such as firmware updates. Every donation will be paid to Markus in full, with no deduction for processing fees, etc.
For full assembly instructions and a full bill of materials (BoM), click here.
The OSSC is the ultimate lag-free retro gaming linedoubler and processor. Now there’s an affordable way to use your retro consoles on your PC monitor or TV in perfect quality. No more bad upscaling, no more interlacing artefacts, no more high input lag, the OSSC is a dream for retro gamers and collectors! For more information on the unit see the product page here or our review here.
Please note, this is an advanced DIY project that requires significant soldering skills. We cannot provide technical support with fitting and assembly. Community based technical support is available through our forum here, but we do not offer e-mail or any other technical support for this product. Unfortunately we cannot offer refunds for kits that have been damaged due to accident or misuse or incorrect assembly.
You can also optionally purchase our “advanced” kit that contains some of the harder to find components, as well as a pre-programmed firmware chip.