An Research of the Amiga 1080 Monitor Modifications by Toshiba
Amiga 1080 Monitor Modifications
A number of Amiga 1080 monitors were designed by Toshiba. The persons at
Toshiba could have done an improved job in several respects:
First, they did a poor work of extracting vertical sync pulses from the
video signal that originates from the Amiga. This makes one in the
interlacing when the Amiga can be used in 320x400 or 640x400 display settings.
When you look closely at the display you see alternating collection spacings. It
also gives characters a ragged glimpse. The modification defined in the
dPaintII file decreases the interlace error by one factor of about 5.
While interlaced video recording isn't the nicest element to learn characters on, it's
neat in order to put almost most of a typewritten webpage on the screen. Most
of the Amiga outlets handle a neat element called Jitter-Rid, or some such
thing. It is just a thick little bit of smoked plastic that continues on your 1080
monitor. It enhances the comparison and attenuates the light from the screen
to keep the human brain from rattling as well badly from the