Fully assembled GBS-C AIO with enclosure which is plug and play.
UK Power supply (5V, 1A rated 100-240V) plus extension lead with on/off switch. International buyers can use a simple passive adapter to convert the UK plug to your local plug type (not included).
Full list of features:
- Very low lag, less than 1 frame.
- High quality upscaling for nearly all retro game systems and computers – anything pre 2000s.
- Fast resolution switching between 240p and 480i video signals – output to the display never drops sync.
- Motion Adaptive deinterlacer that engages automatically and is superior to most BOB deinterlacing and BOB deinterlacing is available should you want it.
- Easy to navigate interface via web browser.
- Color reproduction with auto gain and auto offset for the triple 8 bit @ 160MHz ADC.
- Zero Lag bypass capability for transcoding video.
- Simplified power management compared to other DIY GBS-C set ups.
- PCB style enclosure.
- Inputs: SCART(RGBS), Component (YPbPr), VGA(RGBHV).
- Outputs: VGA/YPbPr 1280×960, 1280×1024, 1280×720,1920×1080, 720×480/768×576 and Source Pass-through.HDMI 720P/1080P. only one VGA or HDMI output at a time on the GBS8200.
- Fast downscaling at 240P via VGA/YPbPr.
- Built in Sync Strike that can be turned on and off.
Many thanks to everyone involved in this project: Ramapcsx2, Amoore2600, Zerohimself, Tinkerplunk, RetroRGB & MyLifeInGaming.
This project uses the GBScontrol firmware by Rama: https://github.com/ramapcsx2/gbs-control
Support the GBScontrol project and Buy Rama a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ramapcsx2
AIO board design by Jacob Proctor (Arithmaldor): https://twitter.com/Arithmaldor
GBS-C AIO user fourm: https://www.gbscaio.com/forum
GBS-C AIO Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gbscaio