bfollowell wrote:I read about some issues with STFs not having composite sync on the monitor output, so they don't work correctly with the SCART cables or the HDMI adapters, or both.
I'm still working on the rest.. real life getting in the way as per usual. I'm aiming for the "perfect" solution. Something that converts and looks like it's on an original monitor, one box (or two at max), and not for a three figure price. I really don't believe this needs that much cash to solve. So I'm not giving up for a while yet.
bfollowell wrote:I think you'll find, like I did, that such a solution doesn't exist.
Like a contractor friend used to say, "You can have it fast, cheap, or easy. Pick two."
bfollowell wrote:... though the mouse didn't work in every direction. I'll need to check the solder joints on the mouse/joystick port. ... I think I want to replace the failing floppy drive with a Gotek floppy emulator ... I may need to pickup a new/old Atari mouse too. I know I could replace it with a better mouse, but I'm already using it with a multisync LCD and replacing the floppy for a USB emulator; I want to keep my ST experience as authentic as I can otherwise.
bfollowell wrote:Anyway, I bought an NEC 19" MultiSync LCD1970VX. It'll be here in a few days. I need to order one of the Best Electronics' ST Multi Sync adapter cables and, assuming the monitor is good, I should be in great shape and I'll be able to use all three resolutions to boot.
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