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PC Engine csync buffering with ths7374

gorgyrip

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From what I have read, csync on pc engine needs buffering.
What's the proper way to do that with ths7374?
Maybe something like that?
csync---100nf---CHin CHout---330uf---75R----csync out?
 
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kaliki

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I always brought c sync from the pce straight to scart without any component, never had sync issues with any monitor
 

gorgyrip

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If I use it directly, my led tv acts weird. the brightness increases and decreases.
 

kaliki

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Mm actually I use only crts I remember trying a pc engine rgb modded but without amp (rgb signals directly to av out) on the Samsung lcd I use as a TV and it seemed like amped by itself I mean I was seeing bright colors, lcd act weird in different ways
 

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From what I have read, csync on pc engine needs buffering.
What's the proper way to do that with ths7374?
Maybe something like that?
csync---100nf---CHin CHout---330uf---75R----csync out?

Yes (y)( probably )

"Wherever you decide to get the RGB signal from you still need to amplify the signal as its too weak to attach directly to most TV or monitors."
 

Unreleased console from the big THREE

We're urgently fundraising for an unreleased games console from the big three game companies.

There is less than 5 of these known to exist, and we have the chance to secure one and document it on our new channel.

All data/software found on the system will be shared with researchers, but donators will get first access. High res 4k video will be done on the device and it's internals for future reference.

This fundraiser is time sensitive.
Goal
£2,000.00
Received
£2,071.00