I think monitors for Acorn computers had this configuration, not too sure,
but I'm sure you could pick one up cheap in buy and sell or something.
Long live the confused,
Bother! said Pooh as he drew a Dragon's Fang on Rabbit's door.
On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Dave Airlie wrote:
>> Just to say this is for the Decstation port of Linux :-)
>> I've got a decstation which has a 3-coax output with Sync on Green, that
> drives the heaviest monitor I've ever seen, now I wanted to get something
> a bit more let us say small, (my room is not that big), so I said ah PC
> monitor, so does anyone know if it is possible to convert a VGA input on a
> monitor to RSoGB coax system? and cheaply possibly DIY, I think Blackbox
> had something that looked right but was 300 quids :-)
>> Failing that, what about somewhere to get a 15-17" light monitor which
> accept RGB inputs and works Sync On Green in Ireland cheap,
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