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    Naomi B/W screen

    So I've got my Naomi up and running except when I use the harness to encoder all I get is a black n white screen, it looks fine sync wise. VGA works fine when I have the first switch down/up depends on how you look at it.

    Here is a pic of the VGA:


    I've toggled the sync switch back and forth on the capcom I/O and has no effect.

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    Is this in a cab? Supergun?

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    Hillbilly supergun routed to pvm.

    NG & CPS2 work fine with color on this set up
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    Do you mean the games play in B&W or you get some sort of screen that's just B&W garbage? Are you able to check voltages? I haven't heard of voltage issues causing no color, but the NAOMI is sensitive.

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    The picture is fine, except it's just black and white.

    VGA is fine, great color picture.

    Here's da screen:



    PS...the video is going through an encoder (s-video) then to the pvm (no rgb)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neodogg View Post
    (s-video)
    That changes everything. Svideo is 2 signals, one black and white, and one for color diff. So your s-vid encoder, cable, or input isn't connecting the chroma. You're getting luma (brightness) but no chroma (colors).

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    Even if other Janna stuff works fine?

    Let me try the composite out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neodogg View Post
    Even if other Janna stuff works fine?

    Let me try the composite out...
    If other JAMMA stuff works, and the VGA cable you're running from the NAOMI to the IO is tested on a working VGA monitor, in theory that kind of leaves the capcom IO. While I would think the problem is s-vid related due to the picture, I'd still want to test the capcom IO on a JAMMA monitor if I could. If the IO works fine on another monitor, then it's gotta be something with supergun in that case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skate323k137 View Post
    If other JAMMA stuff works, and the VGA cable you're running from the NAOMI to the IO is tested on a working VGA monitor, in theory that kind of leaves the capcom IO. While I would think the problem is s-vid related due to the picture, I'd still want to test the capcom IO on a JAMMA monitor if I could. If the IO works fine on another monitor, then it's gotta be something with supergun in that case.
    The IO is going to pass RGB though... in what case would it result in a BW picture? Maybe if the R/G/B outputs were all shorted together?

    I suspect it could be a timing issue, like the Naomi video signal doesn't get the colorburst inserted at the right time or something. Does the same signal path work with a different S-video TV/monitor?
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