Could be a number of issues that you're going to have to experiment with. When you plug your famicom directly to your tv, do you experience this issue? I doubt the "jumpy" colours are related to the adapter, but it's also not out of the question. I would first try hooking it up directly to you HDTV- it's going to look like crap but at least you can rule out a faulty system. If it happening when it's connected directly to the HDTV then you know it's not your XRGB. Question - have you tried running it in Game1 mode?
Yes, it's on Game Mode now, which I do as a rule when it comes to gaming to avoid any lag or added visual features.
So, I tried using another console (TG-16) connected to the Framemeister (via a selector), and it started creating the same, and often a new weird glitch.
So I decided to just connect the TG-16 DIRECTLY to the XRGB's composite input and it still pops up.
See here: https://youtu.be/LiP7CdnfDoE
Description: This is my second video trying to figure out where the problem lies... (my first video shows a similar color glitch from my Sharp Twin Famicom... *see it listed in my other uploads)
You see the weird color wipe occur at the 00:05 second mark. I've isolated the problem enough (so far, at least) to be able say that these weird color glitches seem to occur with all my systems that are connected via composite. I am not using a switch or a selector, and the system is connected DIRECTLY to the XRGB, and the XRGB DIRECTLY to the Samsung.
From the looks of it, could it still be a voltage thingy? It couldn't be faulty caps within ALL my composite systems right? Could it be the XRGB, or a setting, and/or how it may be handling composite signals. Anyon here have experience with Samsung HDTVs, in case it could be how the XRGB interacts with the UA55KS7000?
What does it look like to you guys? Any help would be appreciated.
Turbografx-16 (composite modded) - connected via composite - XRGB Framemeister - connected via HDMI - SAMSUNG UA55KS7000 HDTV