Marko Mäkelä wrote: > 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. :) Unfortunately, not every NEC Multisync monitor handles 15 kHz. A couple of years ago I leeched the website Monitorworld.com to compile a list of possible models that seem to handle at least both 31 kHz VGA and 15 kHz. While the information does not necessarily have to be entirely correct, the NEC models on that list boiled down to MultiSync II, 3DS (!), 4PG, 6PGPLUS, XM29 (XM2950), XM37 (XM3750A) and XP37 (XP3778A). Sony also made a number of possible candidate monitors: CDP-1302, 1302A, 1303, 1402E, 9000, GVM-1310, 1311Q, 2020, PVM-1351Q, 1354Q, 1390, 2030BS, 2530BS. Of course there also are Commodore's "own" monitors such as 1940, 1942, 1950, 1960 to consider. I found a reference that AOC CM-314 should be identical to the 1950. The list goes on with even more, obscure brands, but as I can't vouch for its accuracy it is mostly of academic interest, in particular as old CRT monitors now mostly live at the recycling station and those with dual or multisync abilities were uncommon already back in the old days. Best regards Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-12-18 09:01:20
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