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Arcade monitor Geometry settings
« on: August 03, 2016, 09:49:44 am »
Hi all,
I'm thinking of upgrading my Sony PVM to a multi-sync arcade monitor, but before taking the plunge I'd like to know how the geometry settings work.

The PVM 20L2 remembers separate screen settings for 50hz and 60hz modelines and also separate settings for the overscan switch. So in effect, I have 4 different presets I can play with, particularly useful for fixing Amiga games which are squashed vertically without affecting other emulators etc.

If I get a multi-sync arcade monitor, what options do I have? Are there presets? Do these monitors remember individual screen settings for different resolutions, vertical syncs, horizontal syncs, or even an overscan switch like the PVM?

The monitor I have in mind is a Toshiba PF, but would consider others.

Thanks for any info!

  
 

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