I wound up throwing mine away. But that is just me.
crt monitor parts-front screen
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A row of lighted bars that go up and down according to the sound waves. The little numbers on the side tell you the frequency
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. Within the product are two panels which are separated by a liquid crystal solution. The crystals in the liquid either block light or allow it to pass through, thus forming the image you look at on your screen.
People call others weird because they are either A: not used to someone being different and are jealous that they can get out of the norm. Or B: Because the media has set a particular 'image' of the 'normal person' in the mind of the person calling another weird.
u are not mentioned which OS u r using if u are using Win2K or above that it will detect automatically when we are trying to reinstall it.if u are using adapters just check the adapter and search on internet for getting the drive.if it OS onboard check what is ur mothher board type.then search on Websites.Thanx
LCD displays use tiny liquid crystal shutters, one for each pixel that makes up the display. Behind the shutters is a light source that passes through the shutter when it is open. LCD displays have used a form of fluorescent lighting behind the shutters but increasingly, LEDs are being used as the light source. The display technology hasn't changed, just the light source.
Note that these are different to true LED displays. These use LEDs to create the image directly and replace the liquid crystal shutters and the light source behind them. Although they are a very recent introduction in domestic televisions, this technology has been around in the large arena and stadium displays for many years.
yes. Just hook it up to the computer hardware. But you cant't get cabel or watch a tape on it. there are converters that convert NTSC signal into computer signal. However they run around $100-$150. update June 27, '07: my Grandtec GVC-1000 cost only $60 and works very nicely. It even has a remote control. It has inputs from Composite Video (RCA plug), S-Video, and VGA, and output to VGA. So you can use it to switch between VCR, DVD player, and computer, all through the same monitor. The VCR or DVD player provide the TV channels if you want them. And my computer monitor has much better resolution than my old t.v. did. you can buy a 'Scart to VGA SyncBlaster Cable' from Maplin Electronics
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;307873 This article indicates that WinXP supports up to 10 monitors. Many video cards will support 2 monitors. If you install two such cards, then you may connect 4 monitors. Add video cards as long as you have empty PCI slots in the PC.
"Flat panel" screens refer to any screen that does not have a cathode ray tube, the large glass tube that takes so much depth inside a conventional television. Flat panel screens include plasma, LCD and LED and are normally about 5 inches deep. Wide screen describes the shape of the screen. Conventional screens are a ratio of 4 wide to 3 high. Widescreen normally refers to a ratio of 16 wide by 9 high although there are other ratios that can be described as widescreen as well. Flat panel screens and CRTs come in 4 : 3 and 16 : 9 formats. Flat panel is a thin television, widescreen is what most HDTVs are. Widescreen is basically a movie style screen. It's a lot wider than it is high.
Samsung makes displays for Samsung, Sony
Sharp makes displays for Sharp
LG makes displays for LG, Philips, Toshiba, Vizio, et all
CMU - Taiwaneese OEM
AUO - Taiwaneese OEM
About 100w for a cathode ray tube and 60w for an LCD.
The CRT refers to cathode ray tube. This is the oldest of the varous TV types. More recent developments have been projection, plasma, etc.
You need a decent computer with at least 2gb of RAM (check your program requirements, they may have changed); 2gb may not be enough depending on image size/resolution, and amount of layers you are working with. On anything less than 1GB it will run slowly and crash from time to time. Photo editing programs are very memory intensive, the best system is one with lots of memory. The more layers you are working with and the larger the image is, the more memory your image editing program will consume. A good video card will also help out, however, it is the memory that is mainly important. A good quality monitor is also a plus.
Good examples are computers are Mac Pro , and Dell Alienware M15X (there may be better examples at this time), but you can also have your computer custom built to meet your needs
Buy a VGA cable for the PS2 off Amazon. It's like £10.
Its basically the same as hooking your desktop up to your monitor, depending if your laptop or the cable uses VGA, DVI, DisplayPort or HDMI. Usually there should be a port on the back or sometimes even on the side of your laptop. Most VGA ports are blue, most DVI ports are white and nearly all DisplayPort and HDMI ports are black.
Example of VGA: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:VGA_port.jpg
Example of DVI: http://help.bluebones.net/imgdvi_port.jpg
Example of DisplayPort: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mini_DisplayPort_on_Apple_MacBook.jpg
Example of HDMI: http://www.surfshopcomputers.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Guide-connect-laptop-to-HDMI.jpg
If the cable that comes from the monitor is DVI (white) and the port on your laptop is VGA (blue) or vice versa, you will have to get a DVI/VGA converter, they run from 5-10 USD. In most cases you should be fine just as long as you have a VGA or DVI port on you laptop.
If you have a DisplayPort or HDMI, all you need is either an HDMI or DisplayPort cable with the same type input in your display. If you don't have DisplayPort, chances are the laptop has an HDMI so you can just use the HDMI connection. Most new displays (TV's and Monitors) have an HDMI, DVI and/or VGA input.
is to show a movie or anything bigger and doesn't affect youreye
Monitors serve to display what is inputted on a computer. There are various types of monitors, but you should choose the one that is best for your vision.
Depending on the motherboard model, you may need to use a PCI video card. On some of the Gateways, the on board video is using the AGP, so if you put an AGP card in, the on board shuts itself off. Just go to newegg.com or other computer parts seller and purchase a dual head video card.
It depends on how many pixels the camera manufacturer cram into the sensor.
Diagonally across the screen. (From top left to bottom right, or top right to botom left.)
If the computer contains more than one of the same type of component, such
as two network interface adapters, instances enable you to monitor each one
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