My Macintosh Color Display has terrible geometry problems. It has trapeziod, pincusion, size, and positions issues, and there're no adjusters for either the trapeziod or pincusion!Scott Baret wrote:Any of Apple's external Trinitron displays are of good quality. Although I don't have an AV14", I have nothing but positive to say about the Macintosh Color Display and 13" Hi-Res RGB. The only Trinitrons I've had issues with are those in the Color Classics, which seem to be prone to geometry problems over time.
Any LCD spoils vintage Macintosh output. They just don't do justice to the vintage screen designs-everything's to crisp and neat. You need the "smudge" produced by a CRT.
I think the main reason LCD's don't look right connected to older computers is that most LCD's don't have the correct resolution.
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