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Tested these 3 European TV’s today (Ireland). Was surprised to see 2/3 accept line 3x mode.
Samsung UE32J5100AK – | Lx2 YES| Lx3 YES| SNES (not yet tested)
LG 47LD450-ZA – | Lx2 YES| Lx3 YES | SNES YES
Sony KDL40W705CBU – | Lx2 YES| Lx3 NO | SNES YES
Good to see Sony’s accepting the SNES, thanks to Marqs hard work way more sets accept it now.
480p LineX2 works.
Seems my first post is locked out of editing again, can you extend it again Bucko? Cheers!
Just like to say thanks Marqs for an excellent product
I’ve tested a couple of TV’s with a JPN Saturn and Neo Geo CDZ (no SNES)
Sony Bravia KD49X8005C |Lx3:Y|
Hisense LTD40K321UWTSEU |Lx3:Y|
I just edited my entry from page 2, cleared it up and added another set I tested today.
Cheers, I had missed to add your sets to the summary, thanks for letting me know!
Starting to (slowly!) add this information to the Wiki too, keep the reports coming!
The ASUS MG24UQ is a small 24″ monitor that’s compatible with both x3 and SNES. I tested it against a CRT and it consistently had less then a frame of lag; Sometimes .5, sometimes closer to 1, but never over. It actually looks great and scanlines line up well: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/MG24UQ/
Supposedly the 28″ version has even less lag, but I don’t have access to one for testing.
Can not adjust Advanced Timing Settings either.
To make it work perfectly i have to change Analog sync LPF to the Max (2.5MHz: Heavy filtering); if not, it gets out of sync ocasionally. It cames and goes.
Here’s a cheap model that seems to work with everything I throw at it using the OSSC:
TCL 40FD2700 40-Inch 1080p LED TV
Line X3: Yes
Super NES Line X3: Yes
480P LineX2: YES!
Maybe other TCL models have similar compatibility?
Other systems work fine.
A shame really that snes, neo geo and line triple doesn’t work, cause this tv has amazing picture quality for retro-gaming.
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