PAL video in the states
binarydinosaurs at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 10:17:35 CST 2017
On 13 January 2017 at 15:49, Tony Duell <ard.p850ug1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On my workbench I have a little (9") Sony Trinitron monitor. It's the sort
> thing that was used for moniitoring signals in a TV studio. It's a model
> PVM9044QM. It can handle just about any TV rate video (US or UK
> rates), PAL, NTSC, Secam, analogue RGB (seperate sync or sync on
> green), component video, S video, etc. OK, 9" is probably too small for
> normal use, but it is ideal on the bench as it will display the output of
> about any home computer. Be warned it's complex inside, 2 large PCBs full
> of chips and several smaller ones.
I bought one of those recently ostensibly as a monitor for my Apple ][s but
like you say it's capable of pretty much anything you can throw at it.
ukp25 too, bargain.
I didn't think of putting my Einstein through my big TV, instead I spent
quite a bit on the official Tatung monitor for an exhibition I was doing.
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