1960 Reference

The 1960 may have been made by Daewoo (Korea) or a Taiwan company, or may be an OEMed Panasonic Panasync. The tube is made by Hitachi. There has been some debate over whether it is a true multisync or a trisync monitor. Reports have been provided that indicate it can handle Super72 screen modes at about 23 kHz, and the manual says it can sync up to 38 kHz. It may be a sort of hybrid, with a wide "window" in the 15.75 kHz to 31.5 kHz range.

Common Problems

One common problem involves a component that is insulated with eletrical tape (inadequately) from the factory, resulting in arcing. Replacing this insulation can cure the problem.

Typical failures also result from cold solder joints on the 1960 boards, which can be repaired by resoldering. Additionally, some solder joints (such as those on the flyback transformer) tend to go bad with age. Resoldering them may cure arcing problems.

The screen size adjustment pots may be prone to failure, making adjustments difficult.


      Sync Frequency: 15 kHz to 38 kHz Horizontal
                      50 Hz to 87 Hz Vertical

           Dot Pitch: 0.29 mm or .31 mm

    Input Connectors: HDD15 (Analog RGB), DB9 (Digital RGB; some 1960s may
                      not have this connector.)

Pin-Outs (HDD15 Analog RGB)

   Pin 1: Red
   Pin 2: Green
   Pin 3: Blue
   Pin 4: Monitor Sense, Ground to Pin 10
   Pin 5: Ground
   Pin 6: Red Ground
   Pin 7: Green Ground
   Pin 8: Blue Ground
   Pin 9: Unused
  Pin 10: Digital Ground
  Pin 11: Jumper to Pin 10
  Pin 12: Unused
  Pin 13: Horizontal Sync
  Pin 14: Vertical Sync
  Pin 15: Jumper to Pin 10

Pin-Outs (DB9 Digital RGB) (EGA?)

  Pin 1: Ground
  Pin 2: Red Prime
  Pin 3: Red Video
  Pin 4: Green Video
  Pin 5: Blue Video
  Pin 6: Green Prime
  Pin 7: Blue Prime
  Pin 8: Horizontal Sync
  Pin 9: Vertical Sync