sync on green to horizontal and vertical wiring seperator.

From: Clint Wolff <>
Date: Mon Jun 11 18:40:03 2001


My (modern) Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 21TX accepts both Sync-on-green
and separate sync. I suspect that most PC monitors with BNCs will
do the same.


On Sun, 10 Jun 2001 wrote:

> Hi!
> This is getting frustrating.
> This is fairly on topic because I run older Macs (1987 to 1991, and
> many nubus video cards) that does not have native separate syncs by
> design. I'm using a very dim Mac high resolution monitor. If
> adjusted brighter, it will lose sharpness. It's already adjusted
> perfectly and this doesn't helped. That's bad tube, caps that I can
> check with my ESR are replaced already.
> This is killing my eyes staring at that dim monitor bought about this
> thinking to solve that problem because finding decent monitors with
> sync on green and composite features that does have good tube is
> getting harder to find. I do have a semi-working Nec 3D but tube is
> real small! And at other extreme, I have 20" Nec monitor but I'm not
> gonna drag that thing here. HUGE and power hungry.
> Except I have this dead 17" with all this features is IDEK Liyama
> waiting for schematic but that will be long awhile till I have money.
> The important details I need is fusiable resistors, they blew and
> cooked off the numbers completely.
> But I might have one or two monitors I might able to extract certain
> IC to split the sync out to drive a peecee monitors which are in
> plenty around here.
> Otherwise if there a way to build that thing from scratch is nice.
> Cheers,
> Wizard
Received on Mon Jun 11 2001 - 18:40:03 BST

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