I'm in the US at the minute, being unjustly overpaid. And probably for another
couple of years.
> On 30 Apr 2015, at 18:25, Aleš Keprt <a...@keprt.cz> wrote:
> I think the NTSC-PAL signal compatibility differs manufacturer to
> manufacturer. But I wonder why do you use a NTSC display. You live outside of
> Europe? Or you mean NTSC like a standard 60 Hz computer monitor?
> From: Thomas Harte
> Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2015 10:18 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Prototype of case for planed new computer SAM COUPE 2
> With further consideration I'd suggest that the hypothetical hardware
> LDIR-alike be optionally able to logically invert its output addresses. With
> suitable adjustments to the inputs, that gives you counting down as well as
> counting up. So you can also scroll left-to-right!
> That stuff all aside, does anybody know anything about the compatibility of
> PAL machines with modern NTSC flat screens? The one I have otherwise does an
> excellent job with a composite input, including the off-spec non-interlaced
> stuff that '80s computers put out, but I've not tried it with a 50Hz or PAL
> signal. Do manufacturers still bother to differentiate or have economies of
> scale reduced everything down to a single chip regardless?
> It also has component inputs but I've nothing that outputs component video
> and wouldn't be surprised if it's implemented in such a way as to accept only
> HDTV signals.
> Which is a roundabout way of wondering whether I'd ever be able to use a Sam
> 2 on this side of the Atlantic. Anyone care to speculate? I guess one of
> those composite/s-video/RGB to HDMI converters might be a smart investment
> anyway as they're probably only going to get more obscure.
>> On 29 April 2015 at 08:09, <da...@properbastard.co.uk> wrote:
>> Case looks very good. Discussion is pretty interesting.
>>> On 29.04.2015 09:34, the wub wrote:
>>> What a great project, your Sam Coupe 2 looks really amazing. I
>>> particularly like the spherical feet!
>>> And the Lynx did have at least one good game: Super Skweek! :)
> Mgr. Aleš Keprt, Ph.D.
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