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when some one buys a pc its easy to check up how good it is but checking its speed ram mother board etc.

but when i want to get a new monitor what do i ask for?

i want to get a new flat screen monitor(not lcd)

so what should i ask as far as i knwo color and things like that are determited by graphics card. so is resolution.

help any one?

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...when i want to get a new monitor what do i ask for?

...i want to get a new flat screen monitor (not lcd).

As a monitor repairman (and TV repairman going back about 40 years), I tend to start with the CRT and work back from there.

Assuming you want the best CRT available, here it is: the Mitsubishi Diamondtron. Mitsubishi licensed the Trinitron from Sony, but an improved electron gun design makes the Diamondtron a much better tube.

A number of manufacturers use this series of tubes, including Mistubishi themselves, Samsung, Iiyama, and Sceptre.

Another good choice is ViewSonic/Optiquest--most models are made under contract by Matsushita (Panasonic) and use Mastsushita CRTs.

Sony is usually a safe choice as well.

At the cheap end, Sceptre and Envision/AOC are safe choices--even our local discount appliance store chain sells Envision/AOC brand monitors. AOC has a nearly forty-year history.

If this doesn't answer all your questions, fire away!

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alright thanks guys. i think i will go with a viewsonic then because its most common where i live. and probably best for price. but the way i understand it there is no way to check up on how good a monitor is you just have to knwo from experience.

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without perusing the provided links...
...and TallCool1's obvious expertise in this matter not withstanding... i was told to check for a good crt by making the crt show a white background and ablack (blank) display; the logic being that it takes good phosphur (sp?) quality to display a bright white and that it takes good contrast masking to display a truly black/extremely dark gray blank (but powered) screen. jm2c

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