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since no one makes a dvd player with DVI outputs or a monitor with component inputs, should i just then try an unconvert player with hdmi output and then use an adapter to convert to DVI. I guess I could also use an Svideo to component adaptor and run that through my comp then onto the monitor. Im being cheap and refusing to purchase a LCD TV right now because my old SD TV isn't good enough any more. any ideas ?
My monitor does.
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some monitors do have component inputs....
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post #13 of 15
My Old 17' LG FLATSCREEN got

1600x1024 @ 60hz (Disable "modes that this monitor cannot Display" and I can hit this high)
1280x1024 @ 60Hz
1152x864 @ 75Hz
1024x768 @ 85Hz - 100Hz
800x600 @ 120hz
640x480 @ 72Hz

But it died because it was like 3 year's old. I have 17Inch again but it isn't flat and I'm once again At 1152x864 @ 75Hz. I never tried 1600x1024 on the non flatscreen but I don't really want to
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post #14 of 15
My old CRT looked so fuzzy that AA didn't even need to be turned on in games. MY LCD makes me turn it on CRT< LCD
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On my dell trinitron I turned the color up to 11000k I seriously cant see any difference in vibrancy between it and a 600$ 19'' lcd my friend owns.
    
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