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Old 29 October 2019, 19:50   #4
th4t1guy
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I was able to find an older 4:3 lcd NEC monitor that works at a local electronics recycling store. I paid around $50 for it. However, it has issues displaying PAL, and theres some odd artifacts when scrolling.

I think you'd be better off buying a converter and outputting to a normal hdtv/hdmi monitor, depending on what you are looking to use it for. I haven't used any, but going by existing threads here, it seems the best quality one (and priciest) is OSSC.
Some people report good results using SCART to HDMI converter (you'd just need RGB to SCART cable as well), and if you want to do some DIY, there's a board called GBS-8200 (threads on here as well about that), but quality may be hit n miss on that one.
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