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Monitors reported to be working with the next

Monitor vga0 50hz Size Comments
Acer AL1715 No ? 50hz vga5 works, 60hz modes work
Acer K242HL Yes ? "seems to work just fine"
AG neovo F-419 Yes ? no issues on vga mode 0. (accepts 49Hz to about 75Hz)
Asus VG278 Yes ? All modes work, both vga and hdmi
Asus VS239 Yes ? All modes work
BenQ BL2420PT IPS QHD Yes 24" The pixel response times are too slow to show the multi colour effects in the Mescaline demo properly.
Dell U2410 Yes 24" All modes work
Dell 2000FP Yes ? 4:3 resolution. Has DVI, not HDMI.
Dell 2007FPB Yes ? 4:3 resolution. Some 'feedback' on image via VGA, but overall very pleased.
Fujitsu-Siemens B19-6 19 Yes ? 50hz vga0 works
Gateway 2153 Yes 21.5" VGA0-6 work in both 50 and 60 Hz modes. Has DVI-D input, but does not seem to accept VGA7 50 or 60 Hz via this imput.
HP Compaq LA2205wg Yes ? vga0 50hz works
hp 22cwa Yes 22" VGA 50Hz all modes, VGA 60Hz all modes, HDMI both 50Hz and 60Hz. Does not have speakers.
Hp L1910 Yes ? 50hz mode 0 works
LG Ring 1900R No ? 50hz vga4 works
Samsung syncmaster 152T Yes 15" 4:3 60hz all modes; 50hz vga5, vga6 (correct timings on multicolor, but runs significantly faster than original ZX Spectrum)
Samsung syncmaster 223bw Yes ?
Samsung SyncMaster 940Fn Yes 19" 4:3 60hz all modes, 50hz vga0, vga1, vga2, vga5, vga6

By official specs it supports only 55 ~ 75 Hz inputs, 50 is unofficial
The upscaling of LCD to panel resolution is ok-ish only (not great), creating slight "vertical lines" (it's OK for me, still two miles better than anything I have seen BITD)

Samsung SyncMaster E1920 Yes ? 50hz vga0 works
Samsung Syncmaster 997mb Yes ? Works fine
Vibrant VL5A9DL No ? 60hz all modes, 50hz vga4, vga5, vga6
Vizio E241i-B1 Yes 24" VGA0-6 work in both 50 and 60 Hz modes. In 60 Hz modes, screen requires manual adjustment (otherwise shifted too far left to be useful). Has HDMI Input which accepts VGA7 in both 50 and 60 Hz.