hello, i am working in some hi-tech company and would like to know - we are searching for the best solution for displaying video - it can be lcd, tft or even thin crt.
what kind of monitor is the best for this and what's the specs we should check out. thanks!
For high quality color display you can't go wrong with a crt, such as the sony artisan color reference screen. But you will probably be wanting to show your videos on a large screen and the easiest way to do that is w/ a big lcd or plasma screen. I hate advocating apple stuff but the cinema displays they offer might be just what you need. Those things are damned expensive though, just like everything else apple.
i didn't mention that i am looking for a display for working on video or actually for Interpreting video so the monitor should be around 20 inchs. i am looking for the right monitor for viewing 640X480 video image.
Actually, I think the images from an good LCD are much better looking than CRT's.
Latency of 16ms and lower, ghosting is not noticable.
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Thin CRT's are exactly what you would think they are: CRT's that are thin (about 1/2 as deep as a standard CRT). Basically, its all the benefits of a CRT packed into a slimmer case to compete with LCD. Samsung is gearing up for likely release within a couple of months (http://www.insightmedia.info/news/SamsungSDI.htm). You can Google "thin crt" for more info.