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Commodore 1930, 1935, 1936A, 1942, 1950, and 1960


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As the 80s came to a close, and video standards began leapfrogging in the early 90s, monitors also raced to keep up. Commodore kept their monitors up to date by releasing newer and more powerful 19XX model monitors, each with increasing resolution abilities to keep up with the amazing video power of the Amiga.



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Model      : 1930
Type       : VGA Monitor
Screen size: 13", .31mm dot pitch
Interface  : VGA connector
Sync       : ?
Notes      :


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Model      : 1935
Type       : SVGA Monitor
Screen size: 14", .28mm dot pitch
Interface  : VGA connector
Sync       : ?
Notes      :


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Model      : 1936
Type       : SVGA Monitor
Screen size: 14", .28mm dot pitch
Interface  : SVGA connector
Sync       : ?
Notes      :


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Model      : 1942
Type       : VGA Monitor
Screen size: 14", .31mm dot pitch
Interface  : VGA connector, dual RCA Audio jacks
Sync       : 15.6-15.8 & 27.3-31.5 Khz Horzontal
           : 47-75 Hz Vertical
Notes      : Stereo speakers!


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Model      : 1950
Type       : SVGA (multiscan) Monitor
Screen size: 14", .31mm dot pitch, up to 800 X 600
Interface  : VGA connector
Sync       : 15-35 Khz Horzontal / 50-80 Hz Vertical
Notes      :


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Model      : 1960
Type       : Multiscan xGA Monitor
Screen size: 14", .31mm dot pitch, up to 1024 X 768
Interface  : VGA connector
Sync       : 15-38 Khz Horzontal / 50-87 Hz Vertical
Notes      :



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