On 1/7/01 13:12, Paul E. Knupke, Jr. at email@example.com wrote:
>The answer is generally no. The Macs use a whole different video standard
>than the VGA and SVGA standard used in the PC world.
Not true for the multi-sync monitors! Although the connector is
different, you can adapt the older DB-15 connection to VGA.
> I guess there has
>never been enough demand for a mac monitor to vga convertor. I checked out
>the only place I could think that might carry anything like that, Blackbox
>doesn't even have one.
They used to carry them at CompUSA.
>If the question was to use a SVGA monitor with a Mac, there are converters
>for that though.
Well, some Macs don't need a converter. For a while, Macs were using the
VGA style connector. My G4 tower is one of them.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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