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Thread: New 19inch CRT

  1. #1
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    Default New 19inch CRT

    I am getting a new 19inch CRT. I am concerned about the best image quality. I am looking at the samsung 997mb and the viewsonic g90fb. Are these the only choices? Which one is better? Are there any other companies that offer a high quality option?

    It seems very hard these days to get a CRT, even though many gamers prefer them.

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    Default Re: New 19inch CRT

    I am running a Daytek 21" CRT and even though it is not a flat screem it is an awesome monitor. Runs all my games 1600X1200 @ 85Mhz refresh rate and has beautiful color. IMO, no sense on getting a 19" when you can get a 21"+ that will blow you away.
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    Default Re: New 19inch CRT

    ViewSonic and Samsung are both good brands for LCD monitors, as are Philips, Sony and several others. To say which one is best, though, is often a subjective opinion.

    As a general rule, if your system is capable of using a digital monitor, you will get better image quality in both 2d and 3d applications. I've been using a Princeton brand monitor for a little over a year now and love it! Analog signals will still be a bit better than a CRT is capable of producing, but the digital signal is best for sharpness and clarity.
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