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What refresh rate do you run your CRTs on?

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59.9hz only because I can't find a way to change it.
 

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1440x960P @ 71.93 Hz

1440x864P @ 75 Hz


1920x1080 @ 48 Hz

1920x1080 @ 50 Hz

1920x1080 @ 60 Hz


and crippled with image shakes and/or sync issues


1440x1152 @75Hz

1920x1080 @71.93Hz

1920x1080 @75Hz



please give my perfect 3:3 soon!



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These days the LCD has pretty well taken over as the standard computer monitor technology. As far as I know, all LCD monitors run at 60Hz refresh. Due to the inherently slower response of LCDs compared to CRTs, this does not cause noticeable flickering or eye strain.


If you still want to know however, back when I had a CRT, I kept it at 85Hz.
 

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These days the LCD has pretty well taken over as the standard computer monitor technology. As far as I know, all LCD monitors run at 60Hz refresh. Due to the inherently slower response of LCDs compared to CRTs, this does not cause noticeable flickering or eye strain.


If you still want to know however, back when I had a CRT, I kept it at 85Hz.


If hes a fussy Viewer he should switch to CRT !!!



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These days the LCD has pretty well taken over as the standard computer monitor technology. As far as I know, all LCD monitors run at 60Hz refresh. Due to the inherently slower response of LCDs compared to CRTs, this does not cause noticeable flickering or eye strain.


If you still want to know however, back when I had a CRT, I kept it at 85Hz.


You don't understand this poll at all. If you would have asked what it was about, we would have told you.


Further, this is not a computer site, but a home theater site, that is the context of the poll. Given how little you understand about home theater, I'm guessing you use a digital display in your home theater, right?



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96hz and 100hz.


Interlaced, like Kai, who's playing coy.
 

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1080p @60hz 9" crt
 

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Jesse,


71.928Hz on 1080P ?


if yes, what equipment are you using ?


Michael

1280x720 on XG 1351LC. 1080p works but until I ceiling mount and do a serious setup I won't know if it's resolved enough.
 

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2880x1200 @ 60Hz currently..................


Ive been working on refresh rates as well............


Depending on what the source is , or what is was originally recorded at or what the source player is outputting then I feel these 3 things change the refresh rate required for best performance.


The above is if you are able to change perameters via a scaler.


Im not currently running a HTPC as I dont have time..........


Im using 60Hz for NO real REASON (Im setting up other things at the mo), my current scaler offers 60,65,70,75,80 - its NOT a HT based unit, soon I hope to have 48 & 72 as an option and higher than 80 as well.
 

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of course the source material is deinterlaced prior to output.


"Deinterlacing" mostly through software (Dscaler 5 w/IVTC mod), or not needed at all (BD and HD DVD playback).

For video sourced HDTV stuff I use Nvidia's hardware deinterlacing.


The video card re-interlaces the deinterlaced material prior to output.


HTPC -> moome ISS-HD
 
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