AHh man. I cant wait to use this thing.
I read that it supported 21-64hz on RGB and up to a vetical resolution of 120hz. Are you hooking it to the dsub or are those composite?
heres the spec off the broadcast store:
HI-rez 37" RGB, S-VHS, Composite, Data PAL/NTSC
XC-3725C Graphics Monitor
• 24 kHz to 64 kHz RGBS Input
• Resolution: 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1025
• 1 - S-VHS Input: Line Doubles to 31.5 kHz
• 2 - Composite Inputs - NTSC/PAL
. 34"W, 23"D, 28" High. Non Stackable for multi monitor use.
Accepts RGB input signal 24kHz-64kHz horizontal and 40Hz-120Hz vertical • 35" viewable image • NTSC, M-NTSC, PAL, SECAM and RGB analog • Resolution up to 1024H x 768V • Composite video input is scan doubled • Input 1 is Composite BNC looping or RCA and S-Video switchable • Input 2 is Composite BNC or RCA • RGBS input accepts 24kHz-64kHz and is BNC in/out • Internal speakers and external speaker output •
Also RGB rob did a video on it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-rGfxP7VLs&t=497s
and mentioned the lack of 15khz on RGB.
I ended buying a db-15 to hd-15 adpater for a MAC external monitor connection. I am hoping it works but I know nothing of DIP switches and its got me confused
I had a similar adapter, and ended up needing to make my own adapter to get things to work. You may be able to find a DIP setup that does work, but I couldn't.
Every single photo is of RGB, via the BNC connectors. Some is native RGB from the SNES, N64, and Saturn, and others are transcoded from Component from the PS2, GC, and Wii.
I know mine is rather picky about sync and NEEEEDS cleaned composite sync. Neither Luma or standard CVid will work.
I will say the line doubling stuff does sound strange since mine also doesn't seem to do that; Just straight up support for both Composite and S-Video.
These are both S-Video from the DC, in 240p.http://imgur.com/a/ftI6C