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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-29-2004, 01:04 PM - Thread Starter
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yea im really broke... need a monitor anybody want to give me a link to newegg on something cheap and decent?

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hey i went onto searched computers --> crt monitors--> set price and it spat out some decent deals, you want to try to stick with name brands. price grabber showed newegg to have this nec pretty nicely priced. like most of the guys here, they will tell you, stick with NEC, Viewsonic Samsung, Hitachi. and for 150 you could find a really decent 17"

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ife you are looking for a CRT monitor search your paper or online for a ad with several computers and call them ask them if they have monitors
or look in the yellow pages for pc surplus

in my home town of phoenix i have a good source for cheap pcs ...
my friends tend to ask me for help on there computers if they need a replacement for cheap i send them to this guy...
i picked up my monitor from him its a philips 17" max resolution of 1600x1200 at 72hz i got this one because it has 5wire inputs as well as vga...
this allows me to hook up to some of the AV stuff that i use at work...
but the 5wire is a good indication of a high end monitor
5wire is 5 bnc blugs on the back ,, it has seperate inputs for
red green blue horizontal and virtical syncs...
i got mine for 25 bucks it proll used to cost 300+ when it came out
also most used monitors will still last for a long time
not to many people have seen a monitor die
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