Started by David_Fischbach, June 17, 2008, 09:26:58 pm
Quote from: "leamanc"I just have one question:Does the OS (OpenStep 4.2 in my case) recognize the increased resolution of the display, and adjust accordingly?
Quote from: "cbrunschen"Black Hardware - NeXT cubes, slabs, etc - runs as a single resolution: 1120 x 832. That's it.So while the OS itself is perfectly capable to run at many different resolutions, the hardware simply isn't designed to do that.
Quote from: "paolo.bertolo"Hello,this is a nice match I would recommend: Eizo FlexScan S1910https://www.dropbox.com/s/51tt25cf2cy49gw/FlexScanS1910.JPG?dl=0
Quote from: "paolo.bertolo"Real value is of course zero, I got mine for some 50 CHF (think about 50 dollars). They are some 10 years old now, so not all that common, especially considering Eizo is a premium brand. But there are very nice Dell "all black" models (including the logo) available in quantity out there (we're still using some of them in the office as secondary display).However, don't know about the sync on green feature, which somewhere in this forum is indicated as mandatory (the two Eizo I have support this). In my understanding should not be needed at least for mono machines (I only have mono), as H and V sync signals are routed through dedicated channels.However, I've never tested the adapter I have with displays not supporting sync on green, so I can't really tell.Another one model that works fine is Eizo L768, mine is white, but was available in black too,https://www.dropbox.com/s/xppfc2a0yh0tm57/Eizo%20L768.jpg?dl=0whereas the most "philologically correct" alternative is a good old, contemporary CRT such as Eizo's, Sony Trinitron's or this one https://www.dropbox.com/s/k92r9q14vxjkugf/Apple%20Multiple%20Scan%2017.jpg?dl=0The latter, being from Apple, needs in turn an adapter, but works just fine.
Quote from: "paolo.bertolo"As it seems as though we're both Italians, in case you may need some more details about this kit, please feel free to contact me via private message.Buona domenica.