CURRENTLY STILL AVAILABLE
As I managed to buy limited amount of an old stock of expensive real 23 pin female connectors I intend to use them to build my Amiga Video - VGA Adapters and Cables.
I call them "DELUXE" because the Adapters feature real 23 pin connectors and metal coated case. The Cables use 23pin cons and also 23pin cases.
As bonus I can offer also Adapters with the buffer/sync inverter built with the exact same components as Commodore VGA Adapter. Please note that for BenQ BL912 and 702A inverter mod is not needed and these monitors accept unmodified Amiga sync perfectly.
All adapters should fit all Amigas fine, but in case of A4000, there is little space between audio and video conns, in that case it is needed to cut small part of the case - I can do for you, just let me know when you intend to buy for A4000. Cables fit A4000 perfect without any modification as they use 23pin case and 23pin conns.
More info about these adapters/cables and compatible monitors you can find in my original thread here.
Don't forget to set the monitor settings Pixel Clock between 90-94 for BenQ BL702A, BL912 or BL2205PT and finetune with Phase to have perfect picture without any distortions.
For help easy setup your BenQ monitor I provide Amiga Floppy Disk ADF with picture showing B/W pattern and instructions for download here.
* I was asked how those BenQ BL* monitors (in addition to PAL) performs at Dbl* resolutions on AGA. Among all those modes I can recommend using Euro72-Productivity (640x400) or Multiscan-Productivity (640x480) that apart from DblPAL or DblNTSC can fill nearly the whole screen. Moreover Euro72 can be tuned to give perfect clear picture like PAL (see the pattern picture here). Do not forget to load VGAonly monitor before loading other monitors.
** I had several reports that vga adapters bought from one amiga eshop do not work reliably with BenQ's. This is caused by a bad design of their adapters. I can guarantee my adapters and cables will work fine. I do test every piece I made on the real hardware before shipping.
Monitors tested and found working in 15kHz mode (PAL) with this adapters / cables: (Please report other working monitors here in the thread or by PM to me, thanks!)
BenQ BL702A (tested by me and many others)
BenQ BL912 (tested by me and many others)
BenQ BL2205PT (tested by me. This monitor is widescreen, and also has integrated speakers. Picture fills entire screen and can not be stretched to 4:3 ratio. Wired adapter works fine with A500/A600 and 1200 for bigbox amigas you need buffered adapter.)
BenQ G2420HD (tested by radiokida. Widescreen display)
BenQ G922HDL (tested by vladimpaler. Rock steady, and 4:3 on this widescreen display, so no problems with aspect ratio either.)
BenQ MS510 Digital Projector (Tested by me. Projector shows good picture, but Pixel clock cannot be tuned - some vertical banding appears. Also no overscan is shown.)
Acer v226hql (tested by Zavuch)
ASUS VE247 (tested by suave)
ASUS VW227D (tested by ancalimon)
DELL U2412M (tested by joftek)
Epson H416B Digital Projector (tested by PedroZlin)
Fujitsu B23T-6 (tested by PedroZlin. Widescreen display. Picture fills entire screen and can not be stretched to 4:3 ratio. 15kHz capability stated even in users manual.)
GeChic 1303H (tested by vladimpaler)
NEC 1970NXp (tested by doboy. Wired adapter works fine with A500/A600 and 1200 for bigbox amigas you need buffered adapter.)
NEC Accusync 71V (Wired adapter works fine with A500/A600 and 1200 for bigbox amigas you need buffered adapter.)
DELL 2001FP (tested by nifmus. Please note that not all revisions of this monitor work in 15kHz. On other internet forums they say, that DELL 2001FP made up until June 2005 is working, monitors from September 2005 don't).
DELL Ultrasharp 2311h (tested by kulichbulich)
Panasonic TH-42PWD6UY Widescreen Professional 42" Plasma Display (tested by Kremlar with buffered cable)
Planar 1520M (tested by eslapion)
Waitec Shining 181T (does sync to 15khz but picture is a bit off center to the right and on-screen position settings cannot completely compensate)
According to various internet sources it seems that these monitors also work in 15kHz:
ACER G206HQL, ACER V193HQV
DELL U2211H, DELL U2711, DELL U2913wm, DELL SR2320L, DELL ST2320L, DELL ST2420L, DELL SR2320L, DELL ST2410
LG 1721a Flatron, LG 22LS4R, LG 19LS4R, LG M228WA, LG M198WA
Payment by Paypal (gift or if wanted to pay for goods add 4% for fees) or SEPA BankTransfer. Prices (excluding shipping):
1/ Adapter (metal coated case and 23pin conn) - 13,5 €
2/ Adapter (metal coated case and 23pin conn + Inverted Sync like Commodore VGA Adapter) - 15 €
3/ Adapter (metal coated case and 23pin conn) + Switch for selecting H/V or C-Sync - 16 € (Why you might need C-Sync? Check this)
4/ Cable (23pin conn and plastic case) - 16,5 €
5/ Cable (23pin conn and metal coated case) - 17 €
6/ Cable (23pin conn and metal coated case) with integrated Sync Inverter like Commodore VGA Adapter - 22,5 €
7/ Cable (23pin conn and metal coated case) with H/V or C-Sync Switch - 21 €
I emphasize on best possible build quality. All ground wires connected, shielding, cable wires well fixated for best durability.
Cables are available in white color too. If you want white one, notice it by PM.
EU shipping costs (registered priority delivery w. tracking):
for 1 adapter: 4 €, 2 adapters: 4,5 €, 3 or more adapters: 5,5 €
for 1 cable: 5,5 €, 2-3 cables: 6,5 €
overseas shipping costs are +1 €
and few photos how good is the image on BenQ BL702A monitor: