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[filmscanners] Re: keeping the 16bit scans; now=HDlongevityOT



Paul et al.,

This 'boing' at start-up of a CRT monitor is usually just the routine
degaussing procedure that the monitor goes throught to demagnetise itself.
You can also select it from the on-screen menus usually.

Bob Frost.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul D. DeRocco" <pderocco@ix.netcom.com>


> From: Frank Paris
>
> A fascinating perspective which quashes all my qualms about leaving my
> stuff on 24/7. But now I'm concerned about my monitor, which I put in
> power saving mode during the day and physically turn off at night. Maybe
> this is a bad idea??? When it goes into power saving mode and then I
> bring it out with a mouse move, I get this big, "boing!" sound. This
> MUST be stressing the electronics, somehow, don't you think? Maybe it
> would be better to just let a blank screen saver run 24/7 when I'm not
> using the monitor. At least I'm not throwing electrons away. What do you
> think?

My monitor (Nokia) makes a sound like that, too. Of course, every monitor
and TV I've ever owned did, too. I think it's pretty normal.

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