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Old 25 June 2012, 02:35   #3
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Originally Posted by prowler View Post
You can get passive VGA converters for the Amiga's RGB port, but they will only work if your monitor will sync with the Amiga's 15kHz horizontal refresh rate.

Some early multisync VGA monitors are capable of this, but most others will require a scan doubler (AKA flicker fixer) to give a satisfactory display.
Here is my monitor..

Hyundai ImageQuest Q15 - LCD monitor - 15.1"



specifications
General
Display Type TFT active matrix
Diagonal Size 15.1 in
Viewable Size 15.0 in
Native Resolution 1024 x 768 at 75.0 Hz
Pixel Pitch 0.3 mm
Brightness 250.0 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio 300:1
Color Support 16.7 million colors
Response Time 16 ms
Vertical Refresh Rate 75 Hz
Horizontal Refresh Rate 60 kHz
Horizontal Viewing Angle 150
Vertical Viewing Angle 120
Controls & Adjustments Contrast , H/V position , Brightness , Clock , Color balance
Color Silver
Dimensions (WxDxH) 13.8 in x 7.9 in x 14.1 in
Weight 7.7 lbs
Audio
Type None
Input
Type None
Connectivity
Interfaces 1.0 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)
Mechanical
Flat Panel Mount Interface 75 x 75 mm
Miscellaneous
Cables Included 1.0 x Display cable - 5.0 ft
Compliant Standards VESA FPMPMI , TCO '99 , VESA DPMS , GOST , UL , EN55022 , TUV GS , PCBC , NUTEK , FCC Class B certified , cUL
Power
Power Supply External
Power Consumption Operational 40.0 Watt
Sustainability
ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes

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