I'm using a Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 2060u as my main monitor for a second pc build and it's pretty great. runs at 1800x1350@85Hz (The native res it reports). So I'm getting a little over 1080 res and a nice refresh rate with great blacks. The monitor was only $5 on craigslist so I think I did better than buying a $150 shitty 1080p TN panel.
Generally lower response times compared to other screen types of the same size No ghosting
Other than that, no. But unless you don't mind playing skyrim in 480p, good fucking luck trying to find an HD crt that isn't already worth a fortune because 1: they barely made any and they sold like shit and 2: they're hunted down by collectors and enthusiasts.
>>323063267 You've never actually used a "high resolution" CRT. Or even a standard definition one.
The difference between a game played at 1024x768 natively on a CRT, and the same game on any possible set-up you could find for an LCD, is like night and day. It's a completely different experience, and half the reason I keep one plugged in for revisiting anything pre-2000.
What you call smudging, I call color blending, and it's how the images looked on the actual developer sets.
>>323064754 >You've never actually used a "high resolution" CRT. Gee, I wonder what this huge ass luminescent box to my right is. You're an idiot, it looks pretty much the fucking same as the LCD, only has brighter colours.
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