Best LCDs for retrocomputing - Was: Re: New *square* 1:1 26.5" LCD monitor 1920x1920

Ian Finder ian.finder at
Mon May 16 18:35:14 CDT 2016

See prior references in the thread to 15khz input for "Arcade frequencies".
I have not tested it, some reports appear to indicate that it works.

On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 4:17 PM, Jules Richardson <
jules.richardson99 at> wrote:

> On 05/16/2016 02:13 PM, Ian Finder wrote:
>> I dunno if it's relevant or not, but my go-to LCD for retro stuff is the
>> Dell 2007FP-
>> There was a panel lottery, some are TN, some IPS. Both are solid.
>> They are 4:3, 1600x1200 native.
>> They have DVI, VGA, Composite and S-Video inputs, and very stellar
>> scalers.
>> They sync to SoG, and have no trouble with oddball resolutions like
>> 1152x8-whatever.
> Any idea if they support arcade-type frequencies and inputs (i.e. TV rates
> and composite sync with separate analog RGB inputs)?
> I'm keeping an eye out for something that will work properly with an old
> Jamma board that I have (I currently have it hooked up via a mess of
> resistors to an old green-screen mono display sitting on its side :-)
> cheers
> Jules

   Ian Finder
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