30 May 2020 16:56
|This morning, chatting with Gunnar, we talked about my discovery of a very good and cheap video solution for every Amiga (and perfect for Vampire DIGITAL-VIDEO output) and asked me to share those infos on this forum |
This Telefunken have composite and Scart inputs, as well as a vga and 2 Hdmi inputs
Sorry for the bad lights and bad english
On our Italian Vampire forum my friend Alessio shared other videos about this tv (in Italian)
31 May 2020 12:10
|Thanks for sharing |
looks very similar to my Samsung B2230HD 2 hdmi VGA and Scart.
cheap monitors usually have low display lag (input-lag) and no additional processing on video or sound.
I used to have an awful plasma monitor with very high display lag, which made me feel as if using an emulator and not real hardware.
31 May 2020 20:20
|Can it do 1920x1080 at 25 Hz ?|
02 Jun 2020 10:05
|Honestly I haven't tried (AmigaOS @1080p on 22 inches will be usable? mmm.. maybe I'll try just for fun) |
03 Jun 2020 08:39
|Hi Stefano, is this screen still readily available anywhere? I'm struggling to find any stock online. Also, in the video regarding the PAL output... are you using a normal RGB to SCART lead or RGB to VGA?|
03 Jun 2020 08:44
|Simple rgb to scart cable.|
About availability of this exact model I don't know. I bought a couple of them on an electronic shop of my city when I discover that rgb output was better than any other scaler/scandoubler I tried before. Newer telefunken models should have the same Vestel board inside (if they have scart input), so results should be the same.. Obviously I can be sure only about my specific model..
03 Jun 2020 08:58
|I found this that may help find alternatives|
03 Jun 2020 09:22
|Stefano Briccolani wrote:|
Honestly I haven't tried (AmigaOS @1080p on 22 inches will be usable? mmm.. maybe I'll try just for fun)
Well, yeah - there's that. 1080p on 22" would be certainly brutal in the desktop :)
I use 1080p on my primary monitor TV which is 49". And that's barely at the threshold of useablity for me. Anything smaller than that and my head would just explode.
I now don't understand how I could do 1280x1024 on a 19" (at double distance than my TV now) 20 years ago...
Games, if there were any, could be real sharp in that res on 22"...
03 Jun 2020 20:07
|Thats really useful - scouring ebay now!|