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    Talking best 19" CRT

    really need recommendation

    1, bright

    2, 100fps or up for 1024 res

    3, low radiation...

    4, not THAT expensive (no Eizo)

    5, Hong Kong available
    Hitachi  CM721FET  
    Hyundai  Q910  
    Philips  109P  
    Samsung  959NF  
    Viewsonic  G90F   P95F, P90F
    Sony  CPD-G420  

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    REal sync

    Pc club will have this monitor on sale from time to time i got mine for $209 about a year and a half ago. you want to look for dot pitch size, smaller the better

    Dot Pitch 0.21mm horizontal
    Glass Surface
    Video
    19" (18.0" viewable) CRT, 90ー deflection

    Tint: TM~50%, anti-reflection, anti-static screen coating
    RGB analog (75 ohms, 0.7/1.0 Vp-p)
    Sync
    Frequency
    PC
    H/V separated (TTL), composite
    f h: 30~95kHz; f v: 50~180Hz
    PC compatible from VGA up to 1600 x 1200
    Mac
    Signal
    Power Mac up to 1280 x1024
    15-pin mini D-sub [attached]
    Power
    Voltage
    3-pin plug (ICE3200)
    AC 100-264VAC (auto switch) 50-60Hz
    Consumption
    Basic
    90W (typ), 130W (max)
    Power, On/Off, 1, Up, Down, 2
    On View
     
    Contrast, brightness, H/V size, H/V position, pincushion, pin balance, trapezoid, parallel, rotation, degauss, zoom, H/V moire, language, recall
    Bandwidth
    150MHz
    Factory
    362mm (H) x 273mm (V)
    Temperature
    540ー C
    Humidity
    595% (non-condensing)
    Physical
    448mm (W) x 465mm (H) x 451.5mm (D)
    Net
    21.6kgs
    Weight
    UL, CSA, FCC-B, ICES-003, DHHS, MPR II, NOM, TUV/S, EPA ENERGY STAR, E2K
    Regulations
    Meets Energy 2000 standards

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    check dell.com frequently and look around for the secrets to getting good deals on their stuff..


    viewsonic, mitsubishi, samsung are among my favorites.. (Trinitrons by sony sure do have a nice picture, but sony's warranty just doesn't turn my crank... )

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    Of the list of requirements in your post (assuming they are listed by priority) I would say look pretty hard at the viewsonic p95f+. It has an ultra bright mode and will support high refresh rates at high resolutions. The bandwidth is over 300 (if my memory is correct, about 350) and will support resolutions over 1900. The price is less than most of the others & warranty is pretty good. Don't get caught up in the dot pitch game, not all manufacturers advertise their pitch dimension in the same way.

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    but itz Taiwanese product....

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    If ur spending out a larger screen monitor u wanna go for something that can do high resolotions at a good refresh rate (u'll end up using 1600/1200 sooner or later, if u game) u may aswell spend that touch more and take advantage of those good refresh rates and nice colour at a high resolotion while ur spending out, as ur monitor is ur most important interaction tool with ur computer dont scimp on it, it's gotta have a solid image with no distortion round the corners, cheep monitors tend to be flacky, sony trinitons are good, IBM's p96's i think are suposed to be good my monitor's nice aswell, im sure there are aload more that are highly rated aswell.

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    I would go for the Viewsonic G90F!

    great monitor and it has never let me down.
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    uhhh what kind of question is this...the Sony CPD-G420 is the best 19 inch monitor and not IMHO, it just is, period.
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    I'll second the P95f+. I have it and it meets your reqs. It's around $330 shipped. It will go to 2048*1536 and do very good refresh rates (like 1600*1200@85hz)

    Manufacturers measure dot pitch vertically, horizontally, or diagonally...you can't compare them. Aperture grilles have lower pitches than shadow masks, etc. The P95 is positioned in viewsonic's Professional series at the top of the range. It has an ultra bright mode that is very bright that you can toggle on and off (it is so bright that it can wash out small text; use it for video or gaming only).
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    I have the Hitachi CM772. I chose it for 2 reason:

    1) This Review - 8 Great Monitors

    2) 5 year Warranty - something none of the other manufactures offer.

    I would agree that the Sony provides a slightly better picture, but once you factor in cost and warranty - Hitachi makes more sense.
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    From your list, I would say that Viewsonic p95f is the best. If I am in the market for a high-end monitor now, I will really consider LCDs rather than CRTs.

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