> Strange that it says 50/60Hz on one, and just 60Hz > on the other, no? :) Actually, no. It simply means you can feed it 115V at 50Hz or 60Hz, enabling the use of the monitor with a 240->120 transformer in Europe. The most interesting question remains unanswered: what video sources did he use for NTSC and PAL and how were they connected? -Pasi -- "But there may be some dangers that threaten both our peoples, not to mention the Minbari, the Earthers, the League and everyone else around here. Except possibly the Vorlons, I don't know what could threaten them, really." -- G'Kar to Londo in Babylon 5:"Revelations" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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