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Hyundai BlueH H94W 19" DVI HDCP compliant Monitor Now just £69.99 delivered @ Cdiscount
Hyundai BlueH H94W 19" DVI HDCP compliant Monitor Now just £69.99 delivered @ Cdiscount

Hyundai BlueH H94W 19" DVI HDCP compliant Monitor Now just £69.99 delivered @ Cdiscount

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Screen diagonal 19"
Contrast ratio 800:1
Response Time 5ms
maximum resolution 1440x900
Brightness 300cd/m2
DVI & VGA ports
Millions of colours 16.7M
Angle of view 160° / 160° (H/V)
holizontal frequency band 30 ~82KHz
vertical frequency band 56~76Hz
Power consumption

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Great price.

Don't forget Quidco - every little bit helps

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hey this acer has better contrast ratio if you are interested.

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whats the horizontal and vertical frequency band about?

looks a bit nasty imho
good price for 19" with DVI though

As this is HDCP then you may be able to run this as a cheap TV by plugging in a DVI to HDMI cable to a freeview or DVD player (that have HDMI ports of course )

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As this is HDCP then you may be able to run this as a cheap TV by … As this is HDCP then you may be able to run this as a cheap TV by plugging in a DVI to HDMI cable to a freeview or DVD player (that have HDMI ports of course )



no sound if you do....

I have a question regarding HDMI/DVI/HDCP, and any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have a Sanyo DVD recorder / Freeview receiver with HDMI output, which I picked up as "untested" and in fact works fine bar the front flap being missing. I'd like to use this in conjunction with something like the above monitor for the back-room (sound would be provided through a stereo system so that's no problem as the Sanyo has audio outs).

I was under the impression that the monitor would have to support 50Hz as well as HDCP and the correct resolution for 720p in order to accept the output from the recorder. Is this correct, and are there any other problems I should be aware of?

Thanks for any assistance
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