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Old 24 January 2014, 22:20   #19
alenppc
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I used to own a 1084S monitor that could be stretched to display the full 640x256 (or 640x512) resolution; simply adjust the relevant control. I also still own an older 1080 monitor (dated january 1986!) which can be adjusted to display about 90% of the PAL resolution, to perhaps 640x240 (or 640x480 approx). A very small part on the bottom is cut off but that's rarely a problem.

Or you can get a multisystem TV as kipper says.

I have discovered that the RCA RLED2445A model sold by Wal-Mart supports PAL over composite (but the picture quality over composite isn't great of course).
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