If your SOIA displays the same rolling picture through both the VGA and the DVI output, then it's most certainly not your TV.
Well, actually the only way I have tried it through dvi is when I had it connected to my geffen vga to dvi scaler, so I can't confirm if its happening through the dvi port just yet.
Did you buy an actual VGA to component converter or a pure transcoder ? A converter would change the timings of the signal, while a transcoder does not. I have the FC-14 and it works fine, but of course you have to feed the the proper timings.
As far as I know this device is suppose to convert rgbhv into component from a vga source, but apparently it must only be a transcoder because it seems to be only converting the rgb signals, not the h/v signals.
Ya so fare it's done it on both a lcd and my current crt.
Edit: Ok I've had some time to mess with this vga to component converter. It turns out that the resolution was set to 720p for some odd reason; which is really weird considering most devices brand new usually default to 480p. Anyways their is slight improvement to the picture, it is not looping quiet as fast as when connected to the geffen unit. I still get the same oddity though when I play Dino Crisis and go into the inventory screen and then exit it it makes the picture stable.
Anyone know why or how that is?
I know my image anyplace has no problem displaying 480i and higher, just 240p signals give it the trouble.
So am I still right to think it's the H/V sync signals that aren't getting converted properly?