17" CRT

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  1. parimal

    parimal New Member

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    I work as a 3d modeller in 3ds max. I'm looking for a 17" CRT monitor. Which is good one..??

    1.Samsung 793s
    2.Samsung 793DF/MB
    3.ViewSonic E70
    4.ViewSonic E72f+SB

    Any other model...?? How's LG Flatron....??
     
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    john_the_ultimate No pain....No gain

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    Well I use SAMSUNG 793s and it gives excellent performance and it's been around 2 year since i've been using it without any problem. I also work in MAX and Cinema4d.
    Currently using at a resolution of 1280 X 960 @ 72 Hz.
     
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    go for 793 DF/MB they are much better for a professional like u.
     
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    lg here
    700e sxga monitor
     
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    Naaahh.
    Its pretty clear, definitely go for Viewsonic E-72f+SB.
     
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    What is the current price of Samsung 793DF/MB?

    Is it the best in market in 17" CRT??
     
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    Around 8500 to 11000 bucks...... i guess.
    No, it is not the best 17 "CRT out there.
    you may look out for Philips,Viewsonic and Sony too.
     
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    Vyasram The pWnster

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    I use a lg e700sh flatron 17' , good one.

    My choice 4 best is an acer model 17', not flat , but supports a res of 1600*1200. google it to find model name. My frnd has it and it is simply great especially if u have a super system and wanna frag at high res
     
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    Go for SamSung 793s.It's very good and I'm using
    it for the last 8 months. ViewSonic is also equally
    good. ViewSonic is the number one selling monitor
    brand in the US.
     
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    Is Sony available here..?? How is the performance as compared to Samsung. Please give me model number of Sony and approx price if possible.
     
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    samsung 793S 5500 Rs
     
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    What about Sony...??
     
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    It seems nobody is interested in CRT these days....!!
     
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    go for sony or philips as they r leaders in CRTS
     
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    Hey,.... if you r a 3d modeler go for 19" monitor instead of 17".

    Consider 19" samsung 997DF monitor for 12800/-.
    It has gr8 reviews but it is available in white only.
     
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    what are the prices of
    Samsung syncmaster 793 mb and 798mb plus pleas e reply fast
    thank you
     
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    zombie Resident Weapons Expert

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    My word, go for ViewSonic E72F+SB. Sony and Phillips are quiet good but am not very sure about their after sales support across the country.
     
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    LG flatron, go 4 it
    Service centres are spread thruout india and their service is quick may u need them.
     
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    I think Samsung 510N is good .. its time to get tfts
    but anyone plz quote on Philips

    which models are avaiable
     
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    ViewSonic is the BEST
     
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