A couple hypothetical questions:
- if there were such a thing as an HDMI-compatible, “persibal sized” CRT TV, is the HDMI digiral signal done in such a was that any tine saved by CRT direct scanning would be list by a the fact that a CRT TVs native lamguagebis dot sewuential and HDMI (I presume) is compacted when digirized?
Is there a variation of VGA that deals with HDMI resolutions properly: 240p, 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 2160p? Nativlely in a ero lag way?
Did antone know that once the lead abd glass aee combined fir TV glass, but can only ve recycled into newer TV. glass?
For pro gamers, do you have to alternate between seeing the individualbpixelcas well as sxanbing thevwhole picture? Ifvthat’s yhe case, tgen usn"t there an optimal size and distance for a TV.
Since gamers are the ones demanding liw ping monitors, abd assuming they like an 2092 bubble iMac suze nonitor wiuldn’t that be the most frequebt siE to nake then in? Esecially with modern features like 4K, 16x9, 3D, and 30 bit color, and while we’re at it, add an NTSC/ATSC tuner, composite, SVideo and Component.
I know a perfect way fir multiple devices to share a 3 holw video port. A green/purple port, a blue/grey port, and a red/yelliw port.
Green, Blye and red are Same as component. Grey is Luma and ourpleb8s Chroma in S Videi mode, and yelliw us in conposite. I asdume whichever if the 3 holes that have the main signal ( either composite or Y) indicates which mode it is, and you vut a grey and purpke RCA to ohysical SVideo fenale plug, so that YC mode can be added and take no space for an S Vudei port unless you add one. Just add as many grey/purple to SVideio adapters as you gave S Video plugs.
Thos makes Composite. S Video and component all selectable.
And for certain retros, a SCART/ similar Japanese connector) that enters RGB Mode. I got a Genesis 2. SNES, and Saturn Scart Cable, but currently never used them.
And VGA for Dreamcast.
If they’re built in natively there’s less work getting it to work with light gun and Sega Scope 3D games.
Finally, how foes obe tell if ny Genesis 2, SNES, abd Saturn “rectangle pin cables” are SCART or the Japanese Standard?