Hi,

In the office here we all run dual Dell 2000FP LCD panels an absolute
bargain considering the size and spec (1600x1200 pixels, CVBS in, DVI in, YC
in). All set at 1600 x 1200 and they are fantastic. For graphics cards we
have gone with an Nvidia card that has dual DVI output, we found the Dells
analogue RGB to be quite poor. We paid about 500 each for the Dells (but we
bought 8 in one go) but I have seen them on eBay for a lot less than this.

Before this I had a 19" and 17" dual CRT setup, still good but not as good
as the dual LCD (soooooo much more relaxing on the eye's). The last thing I
will say is you really want to run both display at the same resolution, it
soon becomes a pain if you don't.


Regards,
Peter Smith

Raster Vision Ltd
UK

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Monroe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 05 August 2004 19:54
To: Protel EDA Forum
Subject: [PEDA] Multiple Displays

I'm getting ready to add a second monitor for use with DXP04 running on
Win2k.

I'm hoping those with experience can guide me in the right direction. I'm 
thinking about adding a 15 or 17 inch flat panel as the secondary display 
to my 21 CRT. I thought the flat panel would be used for display of panels 
and reports while the CRT would be used for the editing workspace.

Here are some things I'm curious sure about:

1. Is this a good strategy?

2. Is my proposed mix of CRT and flat panel even feasible, and can the flat 
panel be set for a lower resolution than the CRT. If this is hardware 
dependant, is there anything special I should know?

3. I'd like to hear about multi-display configurations that work especially 
well (or don't work well).

JM







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