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16-Sep-2005, 05:15 PM #1
LCD Monitors
Looking for ideas on LCD monitors good bad or recommendations or a place to get reviews on monitors and where to buY !! Thanks
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16-Sep-2005, 07:39 PM #2
I don't like LCD's .. I prefer a CRT .. Decision is yours .. they both have pro's and con's

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24-Sep-2005, 09:16 AM #3
LCD's i never had one yet......still have the CRT............
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24-Sep-2005, 09:24 AM #4
I like my Samsung 19" "Syncmaster 912n" ... will never go back to CRT.
IMO ... more pros than cons
I think they're on sale at BBuys this week (today).
The newer version is the 930
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10-Oct-2005, 01:44 PM #5
I've been using the Viewsonic vx900 for a long while now. It's a great monitor. The only thing I don't like after a while of use is the monitor frame is silver/gray instead of black. It wasn't offered in black. After downloading the correct drivers on initial installation, the monitor has been a pleasure. I will never go back to a CRT.
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10-Oct-2005, 01:57 PM #6
I always preferred CRT's. Recently (3 months ago) because of a new work space I had to change to LCD. Samsung 930e. It has proved to be a great replacement for the CRT. The only thing I will say is a LCD does not work well if you try to use it in anything but its native resolution. For example if your vision impaired and need to use a low resolution of say 800 by 600 you will not be happy with the resulting display. Most LCD's I think use 1024 by 768.
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10-Oct-2005, 04:37 PM #7
I have my Samsung 912n dialed down to 1024 x 768 and it looks great .. if set up properly.

I did install the "ClearType Tuner PowerToy" from ....
And it helped make the "extra sharp" text easier to read.
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18-Oct-2005, 12:57 PM #8
Desktop -> right click -> properties -> Appearance -> Effects -> "Use the follwoing method to smooth edges of screen fonts" make it "Standard"

this improved MY LCD alot .. i have SyncMaster 710B
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27-Oct-2005, 02:47 AM #9
I have had LCD, can't keep them. Minus the desk space saved I only LCD to surf the net.
Use only CRT right now, and my TV sometimes.
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03-Nov-2005, 02:47 PM #10
Depends what you use you're pc for.
If you're a gamer stick with CRT. If not TFT monitors are the way to go IMO. I use the Benq T903:

I love it.
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