Bar none the world's best CRT ever the business of Sony has always been on the cutting edge and has always set a high mark for those in the business to want to be paired up with: Sony high end product. This is the second purchase of this monitor over the past few years first one was for a graphic design business in the beginining stages and the second is for the enjoyment of our son who wish to start a career in game design. Once again Sony has set the mark and is in this product line and the only one standing!!!! A must have monitor if you are very picky about beautiful colors, fast response time and high resolutions. If your a FPS gamer, then this is the best widescreen out there. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned.
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The CRT thread (I bought a GDM-FW900)
Super Best Audio Friends. Read these "rules" AND introduce yourself before your first post. A healthy approach to understanding measurements Being true to what the artists intended. This is a very popular CRT and often mentioned as one of the best, mainly because it's pretty large Here it is on the floor when I first got it: This picture doesn't capture how massive it really is.
I kind of want to buy this one. It is supposed to be the last ang greatest CRT monitor. I'm interested because it is a 24" widescreen CRT which is very very rare, and of course it does not have a native resolution so I don't have to be stuck at x or x like with LCDs. For the low low price of that CRT, you are gaining non native resolution support, better color uniformity, losing a lot of desk space and increasing your power bill by that beast. Is it worth it for me?