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03/30/2005 02:38:40 PM · #1
Do you score challenges while viewing on an LCD (laptop/flat-panel) or a CRT (big ol' cathode-ray-tube) monitor???

Just wondering what the majority of folks here use, as I do my photo-post-op on my laptop to get them just the way I like, but sometimes become physically ill when looking at that photo later on any CRT monitors.
03/30/2005 02:41:08 PM · #2
LCD =) ... both desktop and laptop.
03/30/2005 02:43:28 PM · #3
i only have an lcd, so thats what i use. I try to take into account variations in color tones and stuff like that when voting.
03/30/2005 02:43:35 PM · #4
LCD
03/30/2005 02:44:43 PM · #5
I use my LCD here at work for all my editing and voting.
I often check and make sure it's calibrated as close as can be also.
03/30/2005 02:44:59 PM · #6
Had a 15" LCD. Put it on my wife's computer. So I no longer use it. Now a 21" CRT.
03/30/2005 02:45:37 PM · #7
Big Ass CRT. Strictly old skool : )
03/30/2005 02:47:18 PM · #8
LCD 20.3" Viewsonic
03/30/2005 02:47:24 PM · #9
A CRT until the DVI to DVI adapter comes in so I can hook my 20" ACD to the computer.
03/30/2005 02:48:58 PM · #10
LCD/laptop, probably why most of my comments received state that my pictures are too dark!
03/30/2005 02:49:31 PM · #11
Unless I'm on the road (which is pretty often) I always vote from home, on my CRT. When forced to, I vote from my laptop. I have the laptop set up as well as software-based calibration allows, but there's still the issue of shifting gamma with changing viewing angle, which settings don't affect. This laptop is much betteer than my previous one, however.
03/30/2005 03:02:47 PM · #12
I only use LCD now, I have the 23" apple HD and a 19" Sony LCD and sometimes I use my 12" powerbook, I only see CRT screens when I go to school, old 17" Dell CRT´s uncalibrated and just bad screens, I used to have the 21" Sony E500 CRT, excellent screen, but I like the 23" Apple HD better every day :)
03/30/2005 03:06:06 PM · #13
I use 2 screens all the time LCD and CRT ... Just to make sure I try to get the best look for both screen types ...
03/30/2005 03:40:25 PM · #14
It was a laptop LCD for me, but I recently got a new CRT and I'm planning on voting using that from now on. Or as much as possible, at least.
03/30/2005 03:42:23 PM · #15
both because the ones on the laptop look like crap most of the time..the photos have wavy lines sometimes
03/30/2005 03:43:23 PM · #16
19" Flat Screen CRT.
I personally don't like LCD's..
03/30/2005 03:45:00 PM · #17
3 19" lcds that have been callibrated and my laptop if needed.
03/30/2005 03:46:48 PM · #18
I have a Nokia 21" CRT and a Mitsubishi 18"LCD and use only the CRT - which is hardware calibrated every 14 days - for viewing and voting. There is a difference (even though the LCD is also hardware calibrated) and it does concern me when submitting. I know I'm seeing calibrated images, but as for others...???
03/30/2005 03:46:58 PM · #19
CRT if at all possible. I don't think I'll ever go LCD for design work.
03/30/2005 03:51:03 PM · #20
Originally posted by buzzrock:

19" Flat Screen CRT.
I personally don't like LCD's..


Is it possible to have a flat screen crt?
03/30/2005 03:59:00 PM · #21
Originally posted by nico_blue:

Originally posted by buzzrock:

19" Flat Screen CRT.
I personally don't like LCD's..


Is it possible to have a flat screen crt?


The screen is flat, not convex, but there's still a big tube behind it.
03/30/2005 04:00:11 PM · #22
Originally posted by nico_blue:

Originally posted by buzzrock:

19" Flat Screen CRT.
I personally don't like LCD's..


Is it possible to have a flat screen crt?


Um yes, Not a Flat Panel, Flat Screen, just like my Sony Vega Flat Screen TV (CRT)..
03/30/2005 04:03:47 PM · #23
I made a poll! :)
03/30/2005 04:08:12 PM · #24
I wonder if 'Both' should be there as an option in the poll. (I use both)
03/30/2005 04:11:45 PM · #25
On my LCD monitor usually. Sometimes on my laptop LCD. I know that the monitor isn't calibrated quite correctly... noticed things when i came home to a CRT my dad has.
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