GameGeezer Posted June 25, 2020 Share Posted June 25, 2020 (edited) As I said before, you are unlikely to get a proper signal on an LCD. They are designed to demodulate video in an entirely digital manner, with very little wiggle room for nonstandard signals. The Apple II PAL signal is what Apple dubbed 'International NTSC @50Hz'. You can try a C1084 PAL monitor with it, and you should get decent results. The Apple II was the only system where we used NTSC machines to write and test software, before using PAL systems, in that era. Part of that was marketing, as the software would primarily be sold for NTSC markets, but part of it was that we needed to get it to look right on NTSC, then see if it had problems on the PAL systems. (Let's not even think of ITT 2020 compatibility.) Edited June 25, 2020 by GameGeezer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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