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I need some help. So I'm in the UK and I'm wondering what TV's can do NTSC over Composite and S-Video at 60Hz. I get that RGB can bypass these issues, but my plan is to get a Rasp Pi 3B+ and use NTSC 240p 60Hz output via Composite for up to 5th Gen, and then use a HDMI to Composite 480i converter (from which the PC will output 640x480p 60Hz). I'm on a budget and I feel like this would make for a comfy and easy setup.
How common are TV's that can do NTSC 60Hz Composite in PAL regions, any specific models?
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I'm currently looking at a bunch of 14 inch Sony KV's, but I'm not sure if it'll work. Also, I should've mentioned, the PC part was for emulating Gamecube, Wii, PS2 and Dreamcast.
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bump
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most from the late-90s early 2000s can or so I heard
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>>5654397
Early 90's Sony Trinitron models have no issues with NTSC. Upper model Philips as well.
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>>5654397
Sounds like a super shit setup. You'll have a hard time finding one that can't handle NTSC.
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>>5655382
Why do you think it'll be shit? Surely it'll look the same as a console plugged in with composite?
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>>5654397
Bang & Olufsen
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>>5654397
I have cheap pal consumer trinitron and it does ntsc through composite
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>>5655450
It'll look like a Rasp Pi 3B+ and don't call me Surely
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For starters, try not living in a sharia controlled shithole.
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>>5654397
Pi2scart for 240p RGB over scart? Most scart equipped UK sets handle 240p 60Hz over scart just fine as long as it receives the 5v over on pin 9... I wasn't aware that Raspberry Pi was able to output 240p over composite. Happy to be proven wrong but I still wouldn't touch composite with a barge pole.
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>>5655883
Because up and leaving just like that is so easy right?

Moron.
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>>5655802
Well no because it can output Native 240p
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>>5655938
I would but I'm on a budget.

Check it out https://youtu.be/vJEDRAA4nJ8
You have to set it up a bit but yeah it can do 240p, most importantly, the Pi actually has a pretty clean composite signal, close to S-Video.
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>>5655964
Cool. Well I have a late 90s 27" Toshiba CRT and a smaller 16:9 Trinitron that handle NTSC composite just fine. Most sets from that era will be compatible.

I don't use those TVs for anything but N64 now, really should get that RGB modded too. :\
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>>5655954
Well yes, because that's what it is. Sounds like you might be retarded.
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>>5654397
>what TV's can do NTSC over Composite and S-Video at 60Hz
Pretty much all of them can as long as they're not super ancient.
>my plan is to get a Rasp Pi
Stop
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>>5656430
What's wrong with the pi for up to 5th gen?



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