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SNES Station sound problem

Discussion in 'PS2' started by sephy, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. sephy

    sephy Guest

    The sound in my SNES Station lags, and it slows the game down too. The sound mainly echoes and the gameplay goes slower than normal. I've burned twice, both good media. I use swap magic 3.3 and fliptop. Whats wrong
     
  2. Icemonkey

    Icemonkey Active member

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    What games are you trying to play?
     
  3. sephy

    sephy Guest

    I've had problems with all i've tried. Super mario allstars, Super metroid, Ultimate mortal kombat 3, Mario world. Every game i try echoes
     
  4. sephy

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    I tried FF5 and it really messed up.. Ugh i cant get this right
     
  5. sephy

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    bump, someone said something about PAL and NTSC...does that have anything to do with it? I dont know what my ps2 is, if its PAL or NTSC, and i dont know if the roms i have are pAL or NTSC, how do i find out
     
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    If you live in Japan, U.S., or Canada, you're likely NTSC, otherwise probably PAL. As for your SNES ROMs, do a net search for SNES header tools. You should find some that will analyze the cartridge header and display the country of origin for each individual ROM.
     
  7. sephy

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    I know, but for example, FFV is an NTSC rom, and it lags on my game and the sound still echoes, even though i have a US PS2, i think <_< , i live in the US...

     
  8. sephy

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    bump!
     
  9. Icemonkey

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    Some other possibilities: Are you burning the CD-ROM using Mode 2/XA and also, are your ROMs interleaved or de-interleaved? There could be performance issues if the ROMs are interleaved.
     
  10. sephy

    sephy Guest

    I dont even know what interleaved is :-/ please help
     
  11. sephy

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    bump again, im sorry for all teh double posts!
     
  12. alphatech

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    Its a common problem with Snes Station, the problem doesnt specifically lie in whether its NTSC or PAL. The sound lags on my system aswell, and some games get to a certain point where there's a lot going on and just freezes the picture, until you get past all the movement. There isn't any fix for this.
     
  13. sephy

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    oh, ok thanks. ALso i realized that if you turn off sound, it doesnt lag, but still...games need music :(
     

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