SCANLINE SCREENSHOT THREAD. BECAUSE 240p IS ALL THE P'S I NEED. (56k warning)


#203

Ah that’s just an oldie from my album. Since gotten that AV Fami modded for RGB… and also picked up a Hi-Def modded AV Fami.


#204

Good stuff. I’m afarid I’m a RGB snob when it comes to older consoles.
Even in 1987 my master System ran via RGB.


#205

Currently cutting down on game time in general as I’m preparing for a couple of big exams in the next month. Play the occasional old game here and there for a few minutes to unwind. Anyways, here’s a pic of Pocky and Rocky 2.


#206

Playing the e-reader levels for the first time


#207

Got around to building an RGB scart cable for my NT Mini yesterday! Shots taken of it on my JVC 1950whateveritwas


#208

Love that soft, low res look.:heart_eyes:


#209

Lurked in these threads forever, here are some old pics of various sets and games. Will add better ones in the future.

Space Adventure Cobra - Sega CD - JVC TM150CG

Super Metroid comparison or; A Tale of Two JVCs. First pic is JVC TM-A13SU (~350TVL), second is TM-150CG (~750TVL) the washed out colot in the second pic is my camera, not the set. Both have their charms.

Now some Rocket Knight, TMNT, and SoR3 on the PVM 1953Q:


#210

That’s funny, I have both of those JVC CRTs. Couldn’t pass them up because they were cheap, brand new/like new, and both to one degree or another look different from the usual PVM/BVM screen.

I was recently playing Blazing Lazers and will later post screens of it running simultaneously on a BVM 20F1U and the JVC TM-A13SU.


#211

Go for it! Everyone needs more TG-16 in their life!

I love the A13SU, it was my first non-consumer CRT and it hooked me. The lower lines make it a different beast from a PVM, like the epitome of what a consumer shadowmask should be. Just like you’ve said before, I’ve found it can handle some things–like busy pixel art, composite or N64–better than a higher-res monitor. Between it and the higher-grade shadowmask units, my JVCs are my favorite sets.

Now to find a 17-19" unit with an RGB input card…


#212

Blazing Lazers. In each pair, top image is BVM-20F1U, bottom is JVC TM-A13SU. It really holds up well on both.



#213

Well my PS1 is dying maybe, taking a lot of time to stream from disc. FMV plays fine without stuttering once it loads, maybe it can be fixed? Anyways some shots from early FFVIII


#214

The image is looking nice and sharp on that JVC.


#215

Quick, unplanned shots of the graffiti in Vendetta. Sorry about the glare.

Good thing Reagan got rid of all these dangerous punks.


#216

I really like Vendetta the laughs outweighs the bad.

Dragon Force



#217

RGB modded N64, JVC H1950CG CRT


#218

Retropie running on a BVM1911


#219

Do you have a VGA output in the pi or are you using the hdmi out? I am thinking about using retropi for an arcade with a vga output fitted over the pins and into a JPAC.

Does anyone know if there any more inherent lag in retropie compared to groovyMAME or something similar?


#220

I’m using a hdmi-vga adapter @240p. I feel like there is a very slight delay but that could be the inherent lag that comes with usb. I’m able to hit 1 frame links without issue so if there is any delay I’m able to adapt to it without thinking. For reference I’m a fighting game junkie and I’m VERY sensitive to input lag


#221

Awesome. I’ve got something called a VGA666 that just came in from China. I have to adjust the timings on the pie but it should come out to the set resolution on the arcade monitor.

Yeah I used to play a lot of fighting games, before I got old. I’ll try out some short frame links in ST once I get it working, but it’s good to hear I shouldn’t have anything to worry about.


#222

Was just playing some old school Fatal Fury, captures Andy get his ass kicked as Terry eats ice cream and watches idly.