[BBC-Micro] BBC connected to LDC-television via SCART
kortink at inter.nl.net
Sat Nov 22 12:11:39 GMT 2008
On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 02:08:07 +0100, "janssenp" <janssenp at xs4all.nl>
>If I connect a BBC B computer with a 15" LCD television via the
>(of course with resistors to bring down the voltage level), will I be
>able to read
>text on the screen in 80-character modes? In other words what will be
>of the image on the screen?
I suppose it depends a bit on how well the LCD monitor
scales and interpolates in relation to the native
resolution of its panel, but I'd guess it /should/ be
near perfect in most cases. On my Sony KDL-20S4000, it
is. Near perfect legibility. Probably even better than
the excellent (tubed) TTL-RGB monitor I used 'back then'.
A purely digital signal transfer (e.g. TTL-RGB to DVI)
would only be a tad better in my estimation. By far most
of the quality drop is already prevented by not using
composite video or a derivative.
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