Yep, we have a bunch of those dealers who will take the goods back after 30 days of use "no questions asked". So that is a relief
But after 10-12 returns, they might start to wonder
So if I get you right: Even though a LCD MOnitor which has a TV Tuner internally will still output to e.g. 56Hz or 60Hz to the LCD panel itself EVEN though you feed it with 50Hz from e.g. a C64 ? If this is the case, I presume the scrolling will look a little bad. Am I right ?
So to sum it up: I need to find a LCD/LED Monitor which:
a) Syncs the 50Hz signal from my MiniMig/Replay board
b) Stretches it out to fill the whole screen (preferably)
What I often see, is that even if I find a LCD monitor that can show the 50Hz signal, the OSD is not accessible as it is not a "true" resolution which I feed it.
I know a 4:3 monitor will work best to prevent the aspect situation when image is stretched to 16:9, but I hope that the one I find has the option to choose to show with "black borders".
Fujitsu Siemens 19" LCD and BenQ 24" which I tested with DOES show 50Hz, BUT the bottom part (ca 20%) of the image is somewhere "under" the visible area of the screen and cannot be seen.