how to connect a panasonic a1gt to a vga monitor

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Por syn

Prophet (2096)

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18-01-2016, 22:30

I dont have a xrgb but

Louthrax wrote:

Any idea if there's some extra-lag introduced with that xRGB mini ?

If junkerhq is correct,
http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-mini_FRAMEMEISTER#Do...

20ms

-Neo- wrote:

@Louthrax
Yes, there is lag but minimal; it's the fastest scaler around as far as I kno. As Grauw states it's specifically created for retro gaming where lag is essential (according to die hard gamers). I read somewhere there might be a 1 frame lag which is not much right? I myself don't notice any lag in practice.

If junkerhq is correct, the older model xrgb3 has a close to 0 input lag (2ms) in certain mode (vga only).

http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-3#Does_XRGB-3_add_in...

Afaik the main difference between the 2 (other than size) is the available connectors.

Por NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5918)

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05-02-2016, 14:47

Grauw wrote:

Exciting, keep us posted NYYRIKKI!

Ok, here is some very technical stuff
... and some compatibility testing that has been done.

Por Alexey

Guardian (3375)

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05-02-2016, 18:13

NYYRIKKI wrote:
Grauw wrote:

Exciting, keep us posted NYYRIKKI!

Ok, here is some very technical stuff
... and some compatibility testing that has been done.

Nice, I would like to have one too. The Chinese SCART to HDMI converter is not bad with many games, but with games using vertical scrolling it sucks @ss...

Por Retrofan

Paragon (1264)

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05-02-2016, 18:55

Hi, I use this converter with my Turbo-R ST and it works great. No delays as far I can see. It's only 31 euro and I use an additional RGB Scart switch. Maybe not as good as xRGB, but it's worth to try I think...

Por Alexey

Guardian (3375)

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05-02-2016, 19:00

Retrofan wrote:

Hi, I use this converter with my Turbo-R ST and it works great. No delays as far I can see. It's only 31 euro and I use an additional RGB Scart switch. Maybe not as good as xRGB, but it's worth to try I think...

I use the same one. Did you try to play Firebird/Hinotori with it? Does your screen stop scrolling smoothly and start jerking a bit?

Por Grauw

Ascended (10577)

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05-02-2016, 21:31

Here is a great page with a lot of reviews of upscalers:
Deinterlacing, Scaling, Processing: Classic videogame systems on LCD and Plasma screens

Ok, I read the entire shmups forum thread, quite interesting device.

I wonder if it could do x5 upscaling to 1080p. For 240p and 224p sources this would clip the image, but as MSX is just 192p / 212p, it should fit… Idk about the timing requirements though.

Por Retrofan

Paragon (1264)

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06-02-2016, 11:39

Alexey wrote:
Retrofan wrote:

Hi, I use this converter with my Turbo-R ST and it works great. No delays as far I can see. It's only 31 euro and I use an additional RGB Scart switch. Maybe not as good as xRGB, but it's worth to try I think...

I use the same one. Did you try to play Firebird/Hinotori with it? Does your screen stop scrolling smoothly and start jerking a bit?

Hi, yes, you're right, but I only have this issue with 1920x1080 @ 60 Hz. If I change the frequency to a lower one, for example 1024x768 @ 60Hz I don't have this issue with Firebird. Probably it has to upscale too much?

Por Grauw

Ascended (10577)

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04-11-2017, 18:03

NYYRIKKI wrote:

I have high hopes that this year there will be an upscaler that will finally beat xRGB mini in quality and push the delay more close to 1 line than 1 frame, but unfortunately I'm not allowed to give more details yet. I've seen an prototype and it seems to work great with the retrogaming hardware I have. (including MSX)

I think you were referring to the OSSC? It’s available now and I have one :).

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