Reply 100 of 133, by Jo22
mkarcher wrote on 2020-09-30, 19:35:
As the 8-bit guy stated, the one he got had a color monitor (and obviously a 15kHz model), whereas the other computers might have had the 31.5kHz monochrome monitor. I don't hear the 15kHz whine on youtube videos on my hardware, and I am admittedly too lazy to caputure the sound with a spectrum analyzer to find out whether the non-working system had the 15kHz signal others observed at the kind-of working system.
That's interesting. So in simple words, any common, cheap LCD TV set with a VGA-in had a chance to display an MCGA picture generated by these machines?
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