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Old 01-12-2016, 08:24 PM
Titan1a Titan1a is offline
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I have three crt monitors. Until I can get an adapter, it's the only way to use my Amiga A4000 video toaster.
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Old 01-12-2016, 08:43 PM
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I keep a shed filled with CRT monitors and displays for my systems. LCD panels are lighter but sometimes it doesn't feel the same. There's also three or four machines I own where their light pens require a CRT to operate at all.
I did run dual 21" Trinitron monitors on my desktop until 2013 when I moved and my new desk pretty much forced me to use wallmount LCD panels. I'd love to go back and use something like FW900 monitors but aside from only having one of those they are famous for their flybacks giving out.
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Old 01-12-2016, 11:42 PM
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i have few kicking around, for use with an Apple iie, a commodore 64, and a monitor with the higher res mode for my Amiga 1200, which recently had a hard drive failure. That one was in occasional use until last year.
I do have extra Commodore 1702 monitors if someone is interested in one. They are pretty sharp for 13" color composite video, much better picture than most 13" color TVs.
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