Just saw this on amazon. It has Rca video in. Would this work on a IIe?
It has a composite in, so in theory it should. But hard to say how good the image will look. The Apple IIs used a slightly off spec composite signal. Some newer displays don't like it, and the image might not be as crisp. I believe some of that also to do with how newer displays parse the image, specifically using a comb filter.
If you look through the forums here, you'll find multiple examples of how some modern displays show the image. Including a recent discussion about comb filters.
Wow, that price is criminal.
If you want a cheaper option, head over to your local Goodwill or Value Village. You'll probably find a selection of 14" and 15" LCD television sets, all with A/V inputs.
If you win you win, if you lose, you've lost 20 bucks tops.
Wow, crazy expensive. You could buy a 32" TV with AV inputs for less.
Thanks for the reply, I did look into comb filter a bit, and I have a bit of an understanding, but it's definitely above my pay grade lol.
For size, they also make a 19" version. Would that be too big? Right now I have a commodore 1702, but I would like to get 80 column working to try and back into relearning some of the programing I did a 100 years ago when I was in high school.
As for cost, up here in the great white north, everything is expensive.
Probably the most cost effective solution right now if you want an LCD screen is to use a cheap second hand VGA monitor and get a VGA Scaler from A2Heaven.
They're not always in stock, but can be. Often an email to Plamen Vasilyov will sort that right out.