34570Re: [midatlanticretro] Suggestions for composite to VGA and/or HDMI converter
- Feb 27, 2014On Feb 27, 2014, at 8:29 AM, <bob@...> <bob@...>
>After you cost things out, you might want to consider an inexpensive
> I'm not going to be able to squeeze all my computers and large
> monitors into my small car for VCF and am thinking of using some LCD
> panels for display. None of them take composite video, of course,
> so does someone have experience with a particular brand/model
> converts that work? Or horror stories of models to avoid?
> Searching on Amazon is tiresome because their search tends to
> produce VGA to composite solutions.
TV set. All of them have a composite video input, and most also have
a VGA input. Oh, and they have an off-the-air and cable NTSC/ATSC
tuner, too. Then, you have a spare TV for the house. Not too long
ago, I got one from AD2DA for $55 that runs from battery power. Of
course, it has a small screen (7"). I've seen TV sets for $99 or less
in the stores.
73 de Ray
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