Dual 867 G4 here. 19" KDS works with DVI-VGA Adapter. I've got 17"
Mac flat panel in the main slot. Can't imagine ever going back to just
one monitor. However my 17" Scepter did not work as well when I tried
that first. Never could get the colors right.
In article <p-lefebvre-D6497D.20392910072003reader1.news.rcn.net>,
Phil Lefebvre <p-lefebvreGOnorthwestern.edu> wrote:
--> In article <robbscott-B9E811.13363010072003netnews.attbi.com>,
> Robb Scott <robbscottcomcast.net.REMOVE> wrote:
>>> > Hi,
> > I've got an old Apple 14" monitor (15 pin connector) hanging around, and
> > I'd like to use it as a second monitor. Our Mac is a G4, dual proc 1gig
> > - there's already a CRT hooked up, obviously, but there's another plug
> > back there not being used. Can I just get some kind of converter box and
> > hook it up?
> Theoretically yes. I have an old Apple ColorSync 17" monitor attached to
> the DVI port of my Power Mac G4 using a DVI-VGA adapter and a VGA-Mac
> monitor adapter in series, and it works fine.
> However, I once tried to attache my old Apple Hi-Res Display (13"
> visible, 14" by industry standards) and the card didn't support the
> 640x480 67 Hz resolution that the monitor required, so it didn't work.
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