Started by acem77, October 12, 2005, 05:06:04 PM
QuoteDude, chill out. You solved your problem, but did you use this with any other display? Including a PC monitor for that matter? All I am saying is that the problem you had was caused by the video line when used on your TV. I'd be careful before declaring it the absolute that you are. I don't think we've had a rash of XRGB2+ users complaining about this problem before, and it goes without saying that your TV is quite a bit different from the animal that the XRGB2+ was originally made to sync up with. It is the nature of this stuff that you're going to find some finicky equipment that doesn't play well with others from time to time, I've not had your problem with my XRGB2+ though, and that the dither remains jailbars seems to point to something that your TV is doing that the upscan does not expect. Don't you think Lawrence himself would have noticed something like that years ago?In the interest of science what TV is it that you are using?
QuoteHe is absolutely right.I now have some personal experience in this as I tried my Mega Drive RGB cable, which exhibits interference from a yet undetermined source, on multiple displays when looking for a TV set.On a Samsung and a JVC the interference was excessive to a horrifying degree, whereas a Blaupunkt did not show it that much; and a Philips did not show any interference whatsoever.Same cable and Mega Drive in every case.
Quotejailbars seems to point to something that your TV is doing
QuoteWow, that made a hell of a difference. Nice work.
QuoteAlways shield your cables.
Quotei have seen these artifacts in the snes cable before i change the original scart cables wire on the snes side.they had the (pin 9)composite video as the sync . i switched it to just the (pin 3)composite sync.now the picture is perfect.