On 18/12/13 17:14, Marko Mäkelä wrote: > On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 07:55:09PM -0800, Steve Gray wrote: >> I've been meaning to try connecting a PET to my NEC Multisync 1551M >> which is one of the few LCD monitors the CAN sync to 15 kHz. By >> adjusting the output voltage I THINK it may just work on the PET! > > Back in the 1990s, I remember reading that there was a NEC Multisync > model that could handle 15 kHz hsync. Nice if NEC has kept this feature > all these years. :) > > On a related note, I upgraded my TV setup from a 14" Sony CRT with a > Linux/VDR based "set-beside-box" to a 22" Samsung SmartTV. The TV > supports HDMI, SCART, composite video and component video (Y/Pb/Pr), but > the manual does not mention S-Video or Y/C. So far, I have only tested > the C64 and Vic-20 composite video output on the TV; I did not even set > up my C128D (plastic case) yet. I suppose that it does support analog > RGB on the SCART for the 80-column VDC output. > > I wonder if there is an easy way to connect Y/C (luma/chroma) to the TV. > > Best regards, > > Marko Apparently SCART may have either RGB or S-Video depending on the device? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCART Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-12-18 07:01:26
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