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Does the CRT have HDMI? DVI? Is it widescreen, like many games are designed for? How much energy does it use compared to an LCD or LED?
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Not only response times, but input lag is a huge factor. CRTs dont suffer from input lag.
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2ms?
AFAIK, CRT response times are measured in microseconds (millionth/sec), not milliseconds (thousandth/sec).
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EDIT - Wrong thread.
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AFAIK, CRT response times are measured in microseconds (millionth/sec), not milliseconds (thousandth/sec).
CRTs don't have response times. They have phosphor decay times, which is the time it takes for a phosphor to stop emitting light after the electron beam passes over it. It depends on the specific compounds of the phosphors, and varies with design.

For an extreme example, you know the radar screens, where you'd have a line going from the inside to the outside that turned around the screen, and there'd be a ghost trail behind it? That's an example of a CRT with a very long decay time. The ones in old oscilloscopes would be another.

Obviously the ones in computer CRTs decay a lot faster than those.
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