This is a short list of just some of the more popular Atari ST Monitors we carry. For a complete list of the hundreds and hundreds of Atari ST Monitor replacement parts and Atari ST Monitor Field Service manuals we carry, see the Best Electronics Rev. 10 Catalog or
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|Reconditioned U.S. SM124 Monochrome Monitor With power cord and built in ST video cable||CB102803||Sold Out|
|Reconditioned U.S. SM147 Monochrome Monitor With power cord and built in ST video cable||CB102803||
|Special Buy From Atari! Factory Reconditioned Goldstar U.S. SC1224 Color Monitor with 110 Volt Power cord, Owners Manual and 13 pin Video Cable for use with 520ST/ 520STFM/ 1040ST/ 1040STE/ Mega2-4/ MegaSTE Atari Computer Systems.||CB103015||$99.95|
|Reconditioned U.S. JVC SC1224 Color Monitor With 110 Volt power cord and 13 pin 6 foot video cable. Also works with the Roland S760 and S770 samplers||CB102805||$175.00|
|Atari TTM195 19 inch Monochrome Monitor (110 / 220 volt switchable) for the TT series Computers. Includes 4 foot monitor cable, 110 Volt power cord and Owners manual||CB102875||$395.00|
|Best Electronics Custom Made Universal Multi Sync Monitor cable|
|For Color or Monochrome displays on the same Multi Sync Monitor using this Multi function Custom cable. For use with20ST, 520STFM, 5 1040ST, 1040STE, Mega, Mega STE Atari ST Computers also Falcon Computers with the 19 Pin to 13 Pin Atari video adapter to Multi-Sync Monitors. This 6 foot Multi-Sync cable has a molded 13 pin Atari Custom Male connector molded in on one end, a High Density HD15 Female molded connector on the other end (Some Multi Sync Monitors with a DB-9 input connectors will require a breakout / configurable Gender changer, Contact us for the wiring / pin out information) and a separate single Male 6 foot Coax cable out of the 13 pin end for Audio. Also on the HD15 pin monitor side of this molded Gray cable is a cable with a switch so you can toggle (causes the system to reboot) between Color or Monochrome Multi Sync displays. The Multi Sync Monitor you plan to use on your Atari ST system must be able to accept the following Atari ST series computer range of Video outputs, TTL level Output of 1 Volt Peak to Peak (P-P) Video (R.G.B.) lines and 1 Volt P-P Audio Signal with a Horizontal / Vertical Synchronization and Scan frequency of: 15.75 kHz Horizontal, 60 Hz Vertical for Color display, 35.7 kHz Horizontal , 71.2Hz Vertical for Monochrome display. The Multi Sync Monitor Male HD15 end this Multi Sync cable outputs to the following Multi Sync Monitor HD15 input lines: #1 Red, #2 Green, #3 Blue, #6 -11 Ground, #13 Horizontal Sync, #14 Vertical Sync. You no longer need a bulky multi cable Multi Sync Switch Box, or Multiple cables which you disconnect and connect up every time you want to change resolutions , or those Scary hand assembled Multi Sync monitor cables, Now it is all done in one simple Molded Custom made ST Cable. You now can have the Best of both worlds in one Multi Purpose Monitor, which can also be used on other Computer Systems in the future! Will work on most VGA Interlaced monitors for High Resolution Only and Multi Sync Monitors like the NEC 2 or 3D , Acer 7015 or Princeton Ultra 1400 or Toshiba MM20E45 and others, that accept the above ST level signals for all three Resolutions, Low Color , Medium Color and High Resolution Monochrome. Falcon computers will work with most of the Multi Sync Monitors Brands on the market today! Some ST compatible Multi Sync monitors may require some minor internal adjustments on the horizontal control circuit or require some pull up resistors be added to the RGB lines. Click here for more information and pictures on the New Best 2nd Generation ST Multi Sync adapter cable CB102582-6 2nd $54.95|
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