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This is what I use for GameCube and PSP at the moment:
I use it to send YPbPr signals to the monitor, but you can also send the PS2’s 31KHz RGB signal through it. I’ve had no problems with it. Just be aware that it is passive. It won’t convert anything. Your monitor still needs to support YPbPr or sync on green 31KHz RGB.
Of course! I've also messaged some super old threads hoping to get more info and people have always gladly helped me so least I can do is pay it forward.
I used this vga to component cable and it works great.
When I was gaming on my 4k gaming monitor I was using the MClassic a good bit cause I enjoyed what it had to offer for the ps2 mainly when combined with the gbs-c using motion adaptive deinterlacing. However, ever since I got my LG OLED 65" I haven't liked at all what the MClassic does to the colors. The OLED just has such a beautiful and pure picture when used with the OSSC any additional "filters" just became too noticeable. Though I must reiterate that I used and enjoyed my MClassic a lot before my OLED.
Still hoping to snag an OSSC Pro that has the built in motion adaptive deinterlacing cause while the gbs-c with the OSSSC is great, having another converter in the chain adds a tiny bit of noise plus the image is a tad dark with my gbs-c. I can tune the brightness through gbs-c but it still isn't perfect and my crt tv looks a little better still when it comes to the ps2. Otherwise all of my retro consoles absolutely shine when hooked up to my OLED through the OSSC.
You mean making the adapter?
It's just basic connect the dots.
Just google the VGA pinout, then you just take a VGA plug, and solder Y to G, Pb to B, and Pr to R. And then the grounds to the appropriate pins.
Final product will be this: https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Cable-Adapter-Component-HD15CPNTMF/dp/B00213KFHW/ref=sr\_1\_3
Then you need a Component to VGA adapter like this (you will need to connect the audio to some speakers if you buy this adapter.)
I'm not sure how to make it any more clear. I'm not going to bother speculating on cores that haven't released yet. It's a waste of your time, but more important to me, it's a waste of my time to try and make some sort of guess as to what your optimal setup should be based on an uncertain future.
However, it seems like you are mixing up the names of things and the current set of features so I'm happy to help you out with that.
If you have the Analog IO (now known as "Standard IO") then you have almost everything you need already to output component video. With the Analog IO board, you need an "HD15 to RCA breakout" (like this) in order to hook up a set of standard RCA cables for component video. "HD15" is a more technically-correct name for the port commonly referred to as a "VGA port." "VGA" is a video sign
If you only have the DE10 and a RAM board, and you want component out, you can use the "Direct Video" feature which utilizes certain "HDMI->VGA" adapters to send RGBs, RGsB or YPbPr out through the adapter. Once you have configured your Mister appropriately, you'll then need a way to hook up the adapter to your consumer TV. You can use the aforementioned breakout adapter I linked in the first paragraph.
If you have a "Digital IO" board, I believe you can also use the "Direct Video" feature.
If you want S-Video, you'll have to order a custom video adapter from one of MiSTer vendors. I believe there is one vendor who's making them, but they are not "official" designs developed by the MiSTer project.
Isn’t it simpler to just use one of these for the vga output?
> I already have a Startech vga to component cable and Startech dvi-I to VGA adapter but when plugged directly to the tv the image just scrolls so I’m guessing I need an active transcoder correct?
Well it depends on what that cable/adapter does. Is it this one?
If not, can you share a link of what you have?
You will need:
The only hiccups thereafter will be those games which run in a video mode that may not be supported by your monitor. Plus, you would have to configure every game (through OPL's GSM modes, presumably) to work with this setup -- and not all games will play nicely.
There are component female to vga male you can use with the original av cables theoretically. I have not found anyone who can confirm or deny it working tho. I bought mine so I can update in the next week or so.
StarTech.com Cable Adapter - RCA Breakout - HD15 (m) - Component (f) - 6in https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00213KFHW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_d9lUCbMZ6ZV7Y
As someone else mentioned, I think you can use one of these to plug component into your VGA port. StarTech.com 6-Inch HD15 to Component RCA Breakout Cable Adapter - M/F (HD15CPNTMF) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00213KFHW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_eYKezb55FXWM0
it could be a while. waiting on an xbox360 VGA cable.
I'm also going to try this cable
Sure, Regular Wii component cables into one of these types of things (I have the 2 eBay ones, the Amazon link looks way better quality)
No conversion, just using three pins of the VGA connection for Y, Pb, and Pr.
I'm using cables like these to input YPbPr from an applicable source:
Then I'm using these to get Stereo RCA into the 3.5mm stereo jack:
And outputting with these:
You need this adapter
StarTech.com 6 in. (1.8 m) VGA to RCA Cable - RCA Breakout - HD15 (M)/Component (F) - VGA to Component (HD15CPNTMF) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00213KFHW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_RSB0DXF0JB0YG9PPWAFK
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Extron has options for component, too. This P/2 DA4xi can handle component if you use some breakout cables. (NOTE that these breakout cables do not actually convert component to VGA, they just pass the signals through the connector)
If you already have component cables, all you need is this. You'll have to figure out something for the audio, my solution was this, attached to a portable speaker.
I'm not sure if the other commenters have never tried it for themselves, or just had bad luck, but this was basically plug and play with my crappy old dell monitor. The only thing I had to do was switch from RGB to y/pb/pr in the monitor's settings.
Yeah i used my HD retrovision component cables into this
and like i said i get picture but green. What converter you suggest?
Look up an Extron MPS 112. 12 total inputs, three out, plus a gain controlled master audio out. Usually will run you $50 or so for a used unit on eBay. The outputs are 4x BNC composite with rca stereo audio, 4x S-Video with rca stereo audio, and 4x de15 vga ports with 3.5mm stereo audio. The DE15 ports are signal pass through, not actual VGA -- so you can do whatever signal you want as long as the output 8# the same. I use Component with passive adapters for video and audio:
Appreciate the answer! Would I be able to create a custom resolution in the Nvidia control panel to get 240p / 15 khz out? Also, do I found some different possible items for VGA -> Component. Some are just cables (like here: https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Cable-Adapter-Component-HD15CPNTMF/dp/B00213KFHW/) and others are full on boxes (like here: https://www.retrotekshop.com/products?pn=VGACTV2). Do you know which I should go with? Does it matter?
Thanks, but I have what's known as a "GBS Control" unit, which has various conversion capabilities.
So what I'm looking for in this case is a passive adapter, or "how do I properly make my own one of these" : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00213KFHW/ , as was linked by RetroRGB in this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmfR0XI5czI
Jeez I thought component was component. Maybe I have the wrong adaptor then, this is what I got.
I'm using the BenQ RL2460HT. Recently made the switch from Sewell converter to an RCA adapter instead