Thank you for your reply, SuperDeadite, interesting & informative as ever.
I've got a pair of questions:1)
You wrote about "a video card restored the 15khz", I'm posting here the pics of my HB (both front and retro) and I'm only sure that there is a Midi Card, what about the other cards? Is there the video card you've mentioned?2)
When I turn on the system without any game the HB is struck in a loading screen. Is it because I didn't have an hard drive to boot?
Here's the pic of the internal (I hope it helps):
As you can see, not in the best condition
Here's the boot without a game (struck in loading screen):
Here's the boot screen with a game:3)
Today I've found that the spindle of the Cd-rom is "melting" leaving black traces on the games:
Do you know if is there any solution to this issue?
Resolution changes can vary in speed depending on the monitor, video source, and scaling mode. On the monitors I have here, they generally re-sync within a second or two. Its definitely faster then the Framemeister from what I've seen in other's videos.
Thanks for your reply but I need someone that has both the Ossc and a X68000 to solve this:
1)Has anyone tried the OSSC with x68000 (compatibilty with 24 khz)?
I saw this video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXouxncVu6w
But it was too short and he didn't show "the screen-mode transitions between 15khz/24/31kz ( for example Bubble Bobble has this in the config). and how a 24khz game looks".
2. What about interlaced video? Again rare, but Code Zero, Syvalion, and a few others actually do use 480i. Syvalion use 240p for gameplay and 480i for menu screens, and considering the stages are less then a minute long, you are switching quite often.