Originally Posted by Daedalus
Very few games use interlaced output - pretty much everything uses 50Hz 288p (or 60Hz 240p on an NTSC Amiga).
Every TV will support 15kHz if it has analogue inputs since this is also the frequency used by analogue video signals. I've yet to see a new TV without at least one analogue input, but I suppose those days will arrive at some point so it's good to have a HDMI option available. Computer monitors are a different story since they don't often support 15kHz, but that's been the case for probably 20 years so it's nothing new.
Good work on the project!
Thanks a lot, I will keep you guys updated on the project. Perhaps we can get a small series of these boards to be produced
Oh, I did not know that, I thought it was 30Khz minimum on VGA, but maybe this is only true for computer monitors. And I agree, HDMI will be around for some years to come.