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Old 10-03-2005, 10:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default what is an lcd inverter?

i was trying to look online for a definition or an explanation of what exactly inverter does but couldnt find it

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ok what i ve gathered so far is i had a SXGA 16.1" lcd with 1400x1050 resolution and apparently the serial number states the voltage (96v)
and what im trying to get is a SXGA 16.1 lcd with 1280x1024 resolution that has a voltage of 56v
the video card plugs are exactly same and the lcd is same size the only difference is the voltage
but doesnt the inverter take care of that
so i should be able to use that 56volt lcd with appropriate inverter ?

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