NEC Multisync Color JC-1401P3A

From: Richard Erlacher <>
Date: Wed Jan 10 19:48:42 2001

You can ignore the switches, at least until everything's in order. It's
really an analog monitor, and I've no idea what the switches are intended to
do. Tht connector, if it's like the one in the basement, is a DE-9. There
are plenty of adapters floating around, by the way, to make it run from a
VGA. It was, originally, called an EGA type.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sellam Ismail" <>
To: "Classic Computers Mailing List" <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 5:04 PM
Subject: NEC Multisync Color JC-1401P3A

> I just picked up an NEC Multisync Color Monitor model JC-1401P3A at a
> thrift store today for $8.
> It has one DA-9 connector on the back, plus a few switches for selecting
> RGB or color depth (I guess?), plus a digital/analog switch. I didn't
> have a chance to test it other than to turn it on and verify that it had a
> raster. I figured for $8 I couldn't go too terribly wrong.
> Is this a good all around display for use with different machines? It
> doesn't have any composite input however.
> Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer
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> International Man of Intrigue and Danger
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