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17" lcd SCREEN

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by la gran siete, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. la gran siete

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    I'm looking to replace my rather nasty crt monitor with an lcd and wondered what I should be looking for.Obviously the cheaper the better but I'd go up as far as £160 .Resolutiin on most seems to be about 1280 but contrast ratio varies as does brightness and response time. I want to use the sccreen ofr video editing so bearing that in mind what should I be looking for?. Presumably it should be an active one.The Relysis tL735 looks quite attractive
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    you should find a Samsung SM713N for about that price.... very nice screen.

    1280x1024, 600:1, 8ms response... 1 analog input only, in case that matters?

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    Thanks Dude .I t would have to be analogue - parallel port( I think) plug with two screws one at each end .
     
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    Not parallel port but a standard VGA connection on a female D-sub 9. If nomenclature bothers you, if it doesn't then just accept that there's only really 2 ways of connecting your monitor - analogue or digital. Analogue uses a VGA cable, digital uses a DVI cable. :)
     
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    Ok thanks John . How r u btw?
     
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    Thank you john
     

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