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Replacing Trinitron display for NON-HD gaming
IceBurnerIt's cold and there are penguins.Registered Userregular
I would like to adequately replace a destroyed Sony Wega - a 21" Trinitron of high quality. The "What TV should I get?" thread has utterly failed me; no one providing answers has demonstrated the slightest interest in standard-def gaming performance.
My particular problem is that I'm uncompromising and have rather specific needs:
Will be used exclusively for Playstation 2, Gamecube, Wii; 480i & 480p support needs to be good.
Screen size of 26-32" (~66-81cm) if 16:9 aspect.
Screen size of 21-26" (~53-66cm) if 4:3 aspect.
Widescreen preferred due to Wii (and maybe some DVD viewing on PS2).
Y Pb Pr + S-Video Input(s).
Std-Def picture latency must seem or be non-existant.
Std-Def scaling issues must not exist.
2x Y Pb Pr & 1+ S-video inputs would be nice so I could avoid using a switchbox.
Honestly, a nice Trinitron would fulfill it all but 16:9 aspect (though some do/did exist). My brother has a 26" HD 16:9 Trinitron -- it would be perfect if there were still someplace on Earth that still sold them. I just don't even know where to begin looking for such a device now.
This is why I've been stuck mulling over:
HD LCDs - which all have 480p/i performance as a secondary concern.
PC monitors with analog TV inputs/tuners - which are few and often have scaling issues.
TV-to-VGA/DVI tuner devices - numerous but often suffer from video latency or scaling issues.