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Old 09-26-2005, 08:22 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Alrighty sorry about that, its a bad habit
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Old 09-26-2005, 08:39 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ive got a 21 inch CRT from a company called MAG Innovision. I picked it up a few years ago to replace my old miniscule CRT that was about 300 years old. This monitor has been great, no problems, games look great on it. DVDs are all right, but i rarely use my comp to watch DVDs. This monitor was pretty cheap. I dont know if they still make this line, but it cant hurt to check them out
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http://www.maginnovision.com/index.htm

didnt find any 21" CRT monitors
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Lol.

Seriously, what do you guys think about the ViewSonic G220fb.
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probably kick *** good but wayyyyy to spendy I think... mabe?

have you thought about a LCD? you can get good lcds for that much...
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Want cheap?

http://www.retrobox.com/rbwww/home/s...ex%5Frank+desc

Hewlett Packard, Viewsonic, NEC, Compaq... all 19", currently at $65 or less.
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Are they decent....?
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I'm using a MAG Innovisoin 19" monitor. Works fine for me. Flatscreen with 75hz
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Where do they sell those...?
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