|05-01-2006, 01:06 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2005
While I was rigging up an Amiga->VGA cable today I mixed up the darn wire colors on the internal power cables (yellow, blue, and orange, WTF?) and fried my JROK with 12V. So now I'm back to running demos in B&W.
If anyone could recommend an LCD that would work correctly with my A2000 and old video game systems I'd consider replacing this C=1702 (which is barely better than a garden-variety TV with composite input). Thanks for any info
|05-01-2006, 04:13 AM||#2|
Defender of the Faith
Re: multisync LCD?
tell me where do you live ?
European TV-LCD have 15 Khz entrance : Péritel (scart/euroconnector) that can handle composite PAL/SECAM/NTSC 50 and 60 Hz and also RGB 50 and 60 Hz. And lot of them also got VGA imput connector entrance for +31 Khz/60Hz modes.
European TV-LCD can be used as monitor in 60 Hz country if you use a step up voltage converter 110 to 220v.
I'm sure that is the same in Japan (japanese scart + VGA), but not in North & South America (for why i don't know...).
Keep the Faith !
VG 5000/A1000/500/500+/600/2000/CDTV/1200PPC-GREX/1200PPC -ATEO-BV/4060D/CD32/Aone/Peg 1/Peg2 G4/ various funny machines too :-) http://www.mo5.com/collection/index.php?pseudo=CLS2086
I also repair drives of our old beloved Amiga
|lcd , multisync|
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