Started by A Murder of Crows, September 05, 2005, 05:12:06 AM
QuoteI've given you monitors that you want. It doesn't require any further investigation. Look at all these monitors. They all do 15KHz. The Sony GVM does 15 and 31+. Not enough? Well here. Start looking into this and you see pretty quickly why nobody has the little pull-down "buy this" menu that you are expecting. The stuff is obscure. But you know the catches already. That's all you need to find it. If it does 15KHz analogue (not digital) composite sync then you are in business.What criteria are you looking for? Size? Must it do 31KHz and 15? Price? Ease of acquisition (i.e. cost of shipping and/or picking up)? These are things that can't be easily quantified into a database of items that are mostly only available affordably second-hand. But everything you need to know to get what you want is before you already. I really don't know why you don't see that.
QuoteAll Mitsubishi Megaview monitors do 15KHz RGB also; I am less familiar with this line even though I own one, but the model that I have supports 15 and 31+ KHz. It's possible that all of them do as each Megaview I have seen does this. There are several various and sundry NEC monitors that do 15 and 31KHz and several others that do 15KHz only, and several other NECs that only do Composite and/or S-video. The thing with those monitors is that you can tell on sight that they won't work, because they lack any complex pin connector. Sometimes you'll see a connector labeled "VTR," which looks like it has enough pins but this only does composite and sends some controller info between the monitor and device (for use in TV studios).The monitor you listed does work. It does RGB, it does RGB in analogue mode, and it works at 15KHz. That's all any monitor needs to do this. Get it if the tube is in good shape (since you mention craigslist I presume it is locally located) and be happy. What model number is that Megaview? You mentioned 37", is this the one?