Genbu's Turtle Keeper
- Dec 9, 2006
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Hi Mike, can you post the Omega's RGB scart diagram so I know in which pins to connect a sync stripper? Thanks
Disconnect the yellow wire from the scart connector and connect it to the input line on the lm1881. Connect the csync output to pin 20 on the scart end. Power is the brown wire and ground is the gray one.
Looking to find out what blures my RGB outpul. Are there any incline resistors in the Omega and before the RGB output? If yes can they be changed with pull-down ones?
My soldering skills are bad. I have ordered a sync strpper to be placed inside my scart hood from an expert, shodow told me it might help. If it doesn't, can an expert work with Omega's inline resistors?You don't need the drop down resistors, the Omega is using a video encoder. It has resistors inline (not incline) on the RGB out lines on the encoder circuit itself. I think I remember shadow saying they are surface mounted resistors so they will be quite small and a bit more difficult to work with.
My soldering skills are bad. I have ordered a sync strpper to be placed inside my scart hood from an expert, shodow told me it might help. If it doesn't, can an expert work with Omega's inline resistors?
How much ohm should I put. My AES with bypass mod works fine with pull-down 75ohm
I'm having an issue with it saving soft dip though. It seems once I turn off the system, it doesn't remember any soft dip settings for any game. Additionally it never remembers the previously set region (not sure if it's supposed to though).
battery sounds hosed.
Agreed. I have mine set to US and arcade and it always starts with that mode. Never changed the dips yet. Whenever a computer stops retaining the settings my first guess is the battery.
*It should be in an obvious location. Haven't needed to open my system yet. Easy as pop it out and insert a new one. Replacements are easy to find. Or should be anyway, what's the name, CR 2032?