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[filmscanners] Re: OT: Choosing a high End CRT



No, Mitsubishi designed and made their own -- I think the Sony patent expired?

Many people have reported that the Mitsubishi version is to be preferred --
but of course they all make their fair share of duds, and the video card
used has some bearing on it too...

Charles

>Don't the Sony and Mitsubishi use the same tubes?
>
>rob
>
>Bill Fernandez wrote:
>
>> Florian--
>>
>> I have a Mitsubishi 2040U (replaced by the 2060U) and a Sony GDM
>> F500R, both 21" monitors, sitting next to each other.  Both have
>> aperture grill CRTs.
>>
>> They both calibrate & profile nicely with OptiCal and the Monitor Spyder.
>>
>> But the Sony is very fuzzy (even at only 1280 x 1024)  while the
>> Mitsubishi is very sharp even at 1920 x 1440 (the highest my card
>> goes).
>>
>> The Sony also needs its convergence adjusted more often, converges
>> less precisely across the screen, and it's dark bias drifts both in
>> color and intensity.  It also cost significantly more than the
>> Mitsubishi.
>>
>> Needless to say I'm very happy with the Mitsubishi and will avoid
>> buying Sonys in the future.
>>
>> --Bill
>>
>

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