- Drakon wrote:
- What makes you think I havn't already tried using a jrok? I've built and bought every type of encoder and amp out there. If you actually read my worklogs you'd find out that everything except for the kit from japan had video issues such as flickering backgrounds in certain games and lower video sharpness. Also these rgb ppu chips even with a rgb amp the video quality decreases when the signals travel over any length of cable. Even adding 2 inches of wire made the sharpness noticably go down. The kit from japan feeds the rgb directly into the video encoder at point blank range.
I thought that because I did not see alot of topic's about the jrock that you did not mess with the 4.1 jrock encoder.
I know you used a rgb amp that had s-video and composite but, not the one with component video.
Also, I don't remember if you used a sync cleaner or not.
Maybe, the one you used had a crappy video encoder.
I am sure you could replace that with a better one and it would fix the issue's you had before.
Most supergun's use the jrock 4.1 so I cant see it being all bad.
Also, Alot of people have the toaster Nes systems and Finding a Toploader or AV Famicom is not always easy for a decent price.
With a Toaster Nes you have alot more options for upgrades than the toploader. I am not saying it's perfect for toploader or Av famicom's but, for Toaster system's it might be a good option because,
your going to have distance in the wires anyway. You have improved the Japan Kit. I think you could improve the jrock with the sync cleaner combo. Also, think of how much time would be saved using this and how much quicker you could
mail systems back. This is just my $0.02 so take it for what it's worth.