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4k for mimicking native resolutions
« on: July 11, 2018, 12:50:53 pm »
Hi everyone

So it's a no brainer that CRT always is better for classic gamming. I myself am very happy with my 15khz / Scart to component / 29" CRT tv setup.

Nevertheless eventually my tv will die and we will have to adapt with the new hardware.

That said, common sence tells me that a 4k monitor will have less distortion to display low resolutions as it has 4 times more pixels per square inch that 1080p.

What's your experience with that? I'd appreciate comments and close up pictures. Please share.

Thank you