Keene?deksawyer said:You need a motherboard with onboard ATI graphics (X200 and up) or a separate ATI Radeon gfx card, such as a 9200 or greater.
A custom made vga-scart cable can be bought from Keene for around £35.
You'll also need a bit of software called Powerstrip to force a widescreen resolution and a 50Hz refresh rate.
This is the best possible way to get a quality picture to a crt tv. S-video is ok, but there's still problems with resolotions & refresh rates....
So hi res files are a no go on a crt, i thought it would just down scale the image or somthing is that not the case then?deksawyer said:Well, a 9200 is the bottom limit - get the best ATI card you can afford.
HD content on a CRT tv.......interesting concept. I don't think it's going to happen.
Right click here and 'save as' for a guide to setting up a 16:9 CRT tv resolution.
You'll need a motherboard with SPDIF out so you can connect it to your receiver, which will do the encoding.