Samsung 22" 1680x1050 120Hz (3D Ready) Monitor - £199.99 @ del @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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For 120Hz (akin to CRT refresh rates) and 3D Ready should you wish to opt for the Nvidia Tech, this is a great price

Samsung's SyncMaster 2233RZ is the first LCD monitor on the market to incorporate 120 Hz scanning technology for exceptional-quality images! In addition to its 20,000:1 contrast rate and 300 cd/m² brightness level, the SyncMaster 2233-RZ boasts a 16:10 panoramic format and 1680 x 1050-pixel resolution to bring you an audiovisual experience you won't forget in a hurry! This LCD monitor is compatible with GeForce 3D Vision display technology from Nvidia, and it's been specificially designed for
video games and film viewing, with a response time of just 3ms.
SAMSUNG SyncMaster 2233RZ 22" wide TFT Screen (3ms) - 3D Vision Ready 3 ms, DVI 20-23 inches LCD monitor/TFT screen
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#1
3d ready blue and green panel?
#2
crse2008
3d ready blue and green panel?


3D Ready as in Nvidia's Stereoscopic 3D Ready, i'm not sure how it'd work with other methods of 3D transmission
#3
Going to go for the 21.5" touch screen in Aldi next week £199
#4
t4v
Going to go for the 21.5" touch screen in Aldi next week £199


thanks for that, I'll sleep better tonight :whistling:
#5
t4v
Going to go for the 21.5" touch screen in Aldi next week £199


Enjoy horrible contrast shifts if you plan on using this as anything other than a "sit in front of" monitor
#6
The 3D on these works with shutter glasses - each lens in the glasses can turn from opaque to transparent (using LCD) very quickly and does so 60 times per second. When one lens is closed the other is open - the picture on the screen alternates between left eye pic and right eye pic and the glasses only let you see the correct picture for the correct eye (hence the term shutter glasses). Because (American) TV is 60 frames per second and there is 2 eyes your screen needs to be capable of 120 frames per second or 120Hz. At this speed your eyes dont the shutter effect and just see a different image in the left and right eye which it assembles as a 3D images in colour (rather than the anaglyph red and blue method from the 70s)

The glasses need to be connected or sent a signal when to operate left eye and when to operate right eye. This screen would need a way to sync with the glasses as well at 120hz and I am not sure if this needs to be built into the screen or can be an additional attachment.

Glasses are about £100 at the moment!!!!!!
#7
I won't buy Samsung again after being stung by a fault in my TV that can only have been caused either by sheer (albeit quite convenient) idiocy or deliberate time-bombing, but £200 for a 3D-capable monitor is excellent. Verry tempted.
#8
dxx
I won't buy Samsung again after being stung by a fault in my TV that can only have been caused either by sheer (albeit quite convenient) idiocy or deliberate time-bombing, but £200 for a 3D-capable monitor is excellent. Verry tempted.


What happened? Who's idiocy?
#9
£193 for viewsonic 22" 3D on scan / todayonly. £123 for the glasses tho.
Remember you need a seriously beefy NVIDIA card to make good use of one of these.
#10
dxx
I won't buy Samsung again after being stung by a fault in my TV that can only have been caused either by sheer (albeit quite convenient) idiocy or deliberate time-bombing, but £200 for a 3D-capable monitor is excellent. Verry tempted.


Wassup with your TV? I had to repair mine shotly after the warrenty ran out.
Capacitor plague issue ...Ok now & only cost me £2 for a some capacitors:thumbsup:
#11
djfluff
Wassup with your TV? I had to repair mine shotly after the warrenty ran out.
Capacitor plague issue ...Ok now & only cost me £2 for a some capacitors:thumbsup:


Exact same for me. 10v caps soldered to a PCB approximately three inches from where it says on the PCB that it's a 12v line. Quite a convenient mistake, don't you think?
#12
dxx
Exact same for me. 10v caps soldered to a PCB approximately three inches from where it says on the PCB that it's a 12v line. Quite a convenient mistake, don't you think?


Oo nasty ! I had leaking / buldging capacitors, looked really cheap. Replaced them with better quality ones. I had been quoted £300 to get it fixed !!
First time I have ever repaired a TV !
There were quite a few Samsung owners had issues with kit built about 3/4 years ago,
just google "samsung capacitors problems" ;-)

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