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rickself:
I have to buy a monitor for our new Harlequin rip station. $5500 bucks for the rip installed on a pc and you don't get keyboard, mouse, or monitor?
Okay then.
I'm thinking of 24-27" LED, either a Viewsonic (my choice and cheaper than most monitors) or the boss wants Dell or HP monitor. Any difference when checking traps and separations? It has to sit on a desk so the wall mounted Sony Bravia is out, darn.
As always, thanks for the input!
Rick

Joe:
I'm notoriously cheap when it comes to monitors. They are a disposable item to me. I buy cheap and dispose and get a new one when that one craps out. Frailer will be along to scold me later. And point you at a really good Dell. In the meantime...here is his stickied topic on the subject.

https://www.b4print.com/index.php?topic=3915.0

david:
If it's not used for critical color, you can use just about anything. As far as viewing traps and seps, bigger is always better.
We view our 1 bit plate tifs on a 42" Sony.....     Traps as big as your head!

rickself:

--- Quote from: david on October 13, 2011, 12:16:17 PM ---
We view our 1 bit plate tifs on a 42" Sony.....
--- End quote ---

That's just wrong!
Make room for a recliner and apartment sized fridge to keep the beverages cold.

DigiCorn:

--- Quote from: rickself on October 13, 2011, 12:25:23 PM ---

--- Quote from: david on October 13, 2011, 12:16:17 PM ---
We view our 1 bit plate tifs on a 42" Sony.....
--- End quote ---

That's just wrong!
Make room for a recliner and apartment sized fridge to keep the beverages cold.

--- End quote ---
Hell! If color isn't critical, you can go get a 46" Plasma at Target for $399

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