[rescue] Old Monitors

luigi30 at gmail.com luigi30 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 15 14:32:34 CST 2018

Do those Dell monitors work on 15KHz input? Ibve needed something that can
do that in order to get color output from my Atari ST.

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> On Feb 15, 2018, at 1:47 PM, Jonathan Patschke <jp at celestrion.net> wrote:
>> On Wed, 14 Feb 2018, Mouse wrote:
>> Possibly; I don't recall any such details, for what (little) that may
>> be worth.  It seems obvious to me to take the sync-to-signal
>> electronics from a CRT and backend it with a flatscreen,
> If you want a very general display (for dealing with odd fixed-frequency
> display generators, and display generators with unusual frequencies), you
> end up needing a framebuffer in the middle.  This might be a fun project
> to build on one of the many ARM development boards that have HDMI outputs.
> I keep a few Dell 2001FP LCDs around because they are _so_ _good_ at
> synchronizing to strange devices--from old microcomputers to workstations.
> Unfortunately, a great many of them are already 14 years old and weren't
> design with the same lifetimes in mind as workstation-grade CRTs.
> --
> Jonathan Patschke
> Austin, TX
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