Nintendo 64 Games On HP Lcd Monitor 16:10

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Jan 9, 2013
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    looks much better then my old CRT tv
     
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    Doing a comparison might make for a better video unless I'm missing something here. Not seeing the appeal.
     
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    You don't see the appeal of an HD widescreen LCD monitor over a CRT TV?
     
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    I guess I should say, well, hell I don't know it's too late in the morning but outside a showoff piece I'm just all "Okay." Maybe I'm just a downer, disregard. I play the N64 emulator off of two different tvs so maybe I'm just apathetic :)
     
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    I'm pretty sure 4:3 is the optimal aspect ratio for N64 and it would be best played in that, unless you are using Dolphin for Wii/GC.
     
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    The majority of games instead used the system's 240p/288p modes. A number of games also support a video display ratio of up to 16:9 using either Anamorphic widescreen or Letterboxing
     
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    sorry for bump
     

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