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20" RETRO GAMING MONITOR, Composite, S-Video, VGA, DVI - $75 (NW 39th Ave Gainesville near SFC)

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NW 39th Ave near NW 69th St

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PLEASE NOTE: The contact number is a land-line and does NOT accept TEXT.

This is the ULTIMATE, PERFECT Retro Gaming Monitor described on many Retro Gaming sites. It is a 20” Dell Ultrasharp 4:3 (NOT Wide-Screen), retaining the original aspect ratio of retro games and computers. In other words: It won’t horizontally stretch your game! The monitor has these additional features: Height adjustment, Tilt and Swivel adjustment, screen rotate (landscape or portrait), four-port USB Hub and optional amplified stereo sound bar (see below).

Screen shots: The cockpit sky view is Sky Fox on my Apple IIe, Donkey Kong screen shots are from my Nintendo NES. Both the Apple Computer and the NES are using Composite-Out and the monitor is connected via the Composite-In.

This monitor supports the following standard video resolutions, and about 6 more:
640 X 480
800 X 600
1024 X 768
1280 X 1024
1400 X 1050
1600 X 1200

It has the following inputs in the back (in order of better quality video):
1) Composite Video-In (the yellow connector) Analog Input for direct input from your Retro Apple II computer, Retro Gaming consoles including the original NES (Nintendo Entertainment System), Atari, and many more.

2) S-Video-In (the larger round black connector): Better analog input for somewhat newer Retro Gaming consoles including the Super Nintendo, The Nintendo Game Cube and many others.

3) VGA (the blue 15-pin connector): Best analog input for most retro computers (to a point..) and some gaming consoles.

4) DVI (Digital Video Interface): Direct Digital input (same signal as HDMI, but lacking the audio component).

For those who have an audio-out jack on their retro console, you can add an Amplified Stereo Sound Bar, which attaches to the bottom of the monitor. The amplifier is powered by the monitor. Add the sound bar as shown in the last picture for $15. ThanksForLooking!

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