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D9200- clarification
« on: May 24, 2002, 12:19:28 pm »
I've read the other posts for the D9200 (http://www.wellsgardner.com/wellsgardner31/finditem.cfm?itemid=691) and jsut want to make sure i know whats going on. Not that I can afford one, but i can start saving. OK

So it plugs into the vga, like a regualr monitor, and will run windows. It only displays 600*800 resolution. Its an arcade monitor, so you wont get flicker or tearing. Or if you do it will be minimal. Certain games will run with black borders, unless stretched. (Is there a way to remedy this while using an arcade monitor, casue you can't change the resolution right?)

Does that sound about right. What'd  i miss, what is incorrect. thanks for any clarification. Also thanks to all who helped me out with my rotary joy question.
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Re: D9200- clarification
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2002, 12:31:18 pm »
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I've read the other posts for the D9200 (http://www.wellsgardner.com/wellsgardner31/finditem.cfm?itemid=691) and jsut want to make sure i know whats going on. Not that I can afford one, but i can start saving. OK

So it plugs into the vga, like a regualr monitor, and will run windows. It only displays 600*800 resolution. Its an arcade monitor, so you wont get flicker or tearing. Or if you do it will be minimal. Certain games will run with black borders, unless stretched. (Is there a way to remedy this while using an arcade monitor, casue you can't change the resolution right?)

Does that sound about right. What'd
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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2002, 02:26:25 pm »
I have been running my WG D9200 at 800x600x16bit for well over a year, no problems.  This monitor is damn near perfect.  Easy to install, hookup, configure.  Cant imagine using anything else.  Its also awesome when running a DVD movie and with a Dreamcast and a VGA Adapter.  

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