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When you think of buying a new computer monitor the following applies

Type: General

Submitted by Cybertoad (100)
Size matters. 30% 11 Votes
Anything over 20" is a waste 3% 1 Votes
I like my monitors big 35% 13 Votes
Don't want to pay allot for it 19% 7 Votes
Two plugs to hook up are good 3% 1 Votes
Are we talking about monitors? 11% 4 Votes

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37 Votes Total

May 9, 2010

Poll Replies (13)

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RagingBuddhist (63) The first thing I look for in a monitor is size, followed by refresh rate and maximum resolution capability.
05-09-10  02:20am

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Denner (233) Monitors are important (man, you look at it "all the time", somewhat like you sleep/read/fuck in your bed at least 8 hours every day/night in your entire life) - so it's natural to want the best you can afford... and can find at offers.
Just got a non-expensive 22" Philips - BUT it's wide screen - do not like wide screen for monitors, so the wife took over for her pc(she likes it).
I stick to my old 19" not wide screen - Want a bigger one, but what's a good size - even bigger - and what's it called when it's NOT wide screen?
Anybody?

05-09-10  06:31am

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RagingBuddhist (63) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

The only thing I know to call it is 4:3 resolution.
05-09-10  06:47am

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Drooler (218) Monitors? Hey, we're talkin' about 'em. OK. I'd be interested in knowing what others think is the optimum in parameters such as RB got going: physical screen dimensions, refresh rate, max rez ... the whole package both in terms of hardware and settings.

Thank you in advance for sharing!

05-09-10  06:51am

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PinkPanther (44) I'm very happy with my 23 inch monitor that I bought when Circuit City had their clearance. It makes a big difference - especially with cam shows, which I enjoy, because the small window is not so small anymore. Alex at ALS Scan recommended that if I really want to blow my mind, I'll buy a 30 inch monitor, which is what they all use there. Another web-master that I respect, James at Bryci.com, concurred with that. Maybe someday, I'm happy for right now.
05-09-10  08:19am

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Goldfish (67) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

Not wide screen is monitors are usually called "full screen". I assume the "full" came from the fact that wide screen video used to only fill part of the screen back in the day when most had 4:3 screens/TVs.
05-09-10  08:44am

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Denner (233) REPLY TO #3 - RagingBuddhist :

Thanks, RB - I'll put those words (4:3) to the dealer!!!
05-09-10  09:30am

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Denner (233) REPLY TO #6 - Goldfish :

Goldfish, as replied to RB - I'll try to go for that 4:3-deal - Thanks!!! And guess your're right about the old days and "full screen" - I'll remember that...
05-09-10  09:33am

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lk2fireone (194) I almost always buy a package deal, where the monitor comes with the rest of the computer. So I look at total price of the package, not as the price of a separate monitor.
05-09-10  06:51pm

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turboshaft (24) I like big 'uns...monitors that is. I think 23" and above, at least in widescreen format, is the minimum for what I prefer. 30" is nice if expensive, but anything over that can start to get impractical. Though if you want gigantic size you could always buy a projector, limited only by the size of your wall. Preferably an indoor one if you're watching porn. ;-)

It's also important to me that it can adjust viewing angle--some actually do have this design feature--and also has a number of hookups. If it has an HDMI port you can basically use it as an HD television for a gaming or Blu-Ray system if you decide to get another monitor for your computer.

05-09-10  09:32pm

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turboshaft (24) REPLY TO #2 - Denner :

I personally love widescreen, especially since so many videos are now shot in an HD format--looks great on a widescreen! Landscape format photos also look good on wide monitors as well (my favored perspective of photography), though documents and web pages can look very narrow or as if the monitor is wasting a lot of space.
05-09-10  09:35pm

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Denner (233) Full pose standing, strip tease ect.:

Wide screen is the 'modern deal' - and that wide screen is used at more and more shoots. But the 4:3 can also give you another aspect - I think:

I like a looooong video start up with models standing - posing or stripping. Here 4:3 has some advantage - standing scenes with 'cut off' heads or high heels/legs are not my favorites...

05-10-10  05:48am

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BadMrFrosty (56) I dont use a monitor as such. For day to day usage / work I use a 17" laptop. My main entertainment PC is connected to a 46" full HD TV which I also use for web browsing, games and movies. I havent used what could classically be called a monitor in years.
05-10-10  08:41am

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