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  • #26594

    retroboy87
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    What are some 1200p LCDs compatible with Line5x for 240p sources?
    My Asus VG248QE (1920×1080 @144Hz TN) and HP LP2065 (1600×1200 @60-75Hz S-IPS) are incompatible with Line5x.
    The image will display for a few seconds, but I’ll get an Out of Range message from my monitor’s OSD, and the screen will go black.
    I set the correct 5x output modes for both monitors 1920×1080 for the Asus, and 1600×1200 for the HP.
    The best I can do is Line4x and let my monitor do the rest of the upscaling from 960p to 1200p.

    Line5x does work on my 19 inch Daewoo LuComs VGA CRT monitor though.
    Could the problem be those two LCD monitors, or some setting(s) I have to change?
    Does anyone have a list of 1600×1200 and 1920×1200 LCD monitors that work with Line5x?

    #26600

    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Samsung Syncmaster 204b (1600×1200) works nice with OSSC, but these displays are a little dated now sadly.

    #26604

    retroboy87
    Participant

    Do you know of any other 1200p LCD monitors confirmed to work with Line5x?

    #26608

    Midge
    Participant

    Same with the Samsung SyncMaster P2250 should work too

    #26609

    retroboy87
    Participant

    That one is 1920×1080 though. I want all 1200 lines.

    #26610

    retroboy87
    Participant

    2560×1440 LCDs are fine too, as long as they’re compatible with Line5x and support 1:1 pixel mapping.

    #26612

    retroboy87
    Participant

    I also prefer having at least two digital video inputs on an LCD monitor, so I can use it with both my gaming PC and my OSSC.

    #26615

    retroboy87
    Participant

    What about the Dell Ultrasharp 2001FP and 2007FP? Do they work with Line5x?

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