I’ve looked through the forums and and compatibility list but, haven’t yet come across an answer so I figured I’d ask. I just purchased a brand new 27″ MSI monitor to play Series X on and I’m planning on retiring my 240p compatible flat panel Goodwill special. I have a Retrotink 2X pro and I tested it out with my monitor tonight and it picks up the signal just fine. I was even surprised as it was the first time that the scanline filter actually looked halfway decent and I can’t wait to play some compatible shooters in Tate mode. However, like most of us here I’m sure, I was wondering if I could improve the picture by using and OSSC? Has anyone had any experience with comparison between the two(price vs. improvement)? Also, has any one tested MSI monitors for compatibility?
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