Started by Techboy, 06:17, 20 June 20
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Quote from: Techboy on 06:17, 20 June 20. I'm considering buying one down the line and would like your opinions (despite the fact that my desk is at beast 25 feet across with barely enough room for my tv). I am across the pond in NTSC land and don't want to have to shell out the cash for a PAL to NTSC converter if i don't have to. any ideas for a beginning collector?
Quote from: cpcitor on 10:18, 01 December 20Hi! Not sure why you would need a PAL to NTSC converter. Amstrad CPCs come with their monitor.
Quote from: cpcitor on 10:18, 01 December 20You would need a way to provide it 220-240V AC still. Which, according to Technology Connections is available in all US homes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMmUoZh3Hq4Feel free to question again.
Quote from: Gryzor on 17:00, 22 December 20Learn something new every day.
Quote from: cheshirenoir on 03:06, 23 December 20Late to this party, I know but I had a lot of success plugging in my standard CPC464 into my 15KHz capable LCD with a simple adapter I made with $5USD worth of components. I based mine off this design: https://www.octoate.de/articles/connect-cpc-to-vga-display/Because I had a 15KHz LCD, I didn't even need the scaler.The picture is so crisp!(The 15KHz monitor has been one of my best purchases for retro computing. I use it with my Atari ST, my Amiga 1200, the CPC464, and, of course, all my modern hardware via HDMI. I got it for around $80USD. See this list: http://15khz.wikidot.com/ )Chesh
Quote from: tjohnson on 12:15, 23 December 20@cheshirenoir does that Acer monitor support 15hz signals?
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