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QuoteA list of modern flat panel (LCD, OLED) monitors that directly support analog 15 kHz signals through discrete RGB connectors (VGA, DVI-A, and/or SCART). (Note that Component video is actually YPrPb.)"Full" 15 kHz RGB Support in the table below means it supports 15kHz signals at least as well as a CRT:The monitor requires no external scan doubler (such as an XRGB-mini or OSSC) or other powered devices to correctly process analog 15 kHz signals through the RGB connector. Only unpowered adapters are allowed for "full" support.The monitor is able to display the image centered and in the proper aspect ratio (4:3), shows every pixel of the source signal, and doesn't waste screen space. This means black or grey bars at the top and bottom (but not sides) of a 5:4 monitor and on the sides (but not top or bottom) of a 16:9 or 16:10 monitor.The monitor supports 240p/288p and 480i/576i and is usable in these modes without annoying flicker, at least not more annoying than a CRT's flicker.If the user needs to manually center or stretch the image, the settings persist across screen mode changes and power cycles.
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