Faicuai Posted May 29, 2020 Share Posted May 29, 2020 (edited) 9 hours ago, Rybags said: A question for PAL machine owners who already have DVI capability: Do LCD monitors generally accept a 50 Hz signal or is it a roll of the dice? Well, my Viewsonic 950b Pro (Monitor) does... I bought this one for $40, from a surplus vendor... and this monitor is rather old, by today standards. Normally, when it comes to MONITORS (not LCD-TVs) supported frame-rates are stated on the spec. If 50Hz does not show up anywhere, you can assume it won't. In the case of VP930B, it pretty much takes everything (overlay screen is the video processor, from where I can rate-adapt any of my inputs to pretty much anything I want, out through DVI): Actual image source is a PAL (analog) output from XEP80 (which is a heart-braker for almost any CRT out-there) landing on DVDO iScan and then rate-shaped with on-board time-base conversion, then out through DVI to VP950b, unlocked below 50 Hz, just for testing...) Edited May 29, 2020 by Faicuai 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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