Mitsubishi Diamond Scan 20Plus info needed.
I just put my hands in this 20" monster.It took a while to set up, but now is up and running and all seams fine.This is a Shadow mask tube and the only type of connection is 5 BNC , it's not a fixed frecuency, currently set at 1024x768 @ 90; been this the best setting but under WinXp I can set the refresh up to 200, but I don't see any difference and I don't think it's a good idea anyway.
Text in 2D is not great (compare to my Dell base on a trinitron)but acceptable, 3D graphics and DVDs look great, beautifull and Huge.
I downloaded the driver from Mitsu, but the "Diamond Scan 20Plus" is not listed (they don't even have any info about it, manual or something similar )so I loaded one for a "HL7599" because is the model it says in the back, but this model number seams to be a "Pro" series and not a "Scan". Anyone knows the diference??
Anyway the picture is not perfect on the corners and it will need some adjustment but the unit does not have any "buttoms" for "Pincushion" "Pin balance" etc, only for "Contrast" , "Brightnees" "H and V center-side";
I don't know if the monitor has any "internal" adjustment, my old Emachines (a fixed frecuency) had them.
Any info about it will be great,thanks.
I don't know if these are the ones you got, but you can get your monitor's drivers, identified by model, here. As to a software control panel, i could only find it for...Win95!
Thanks for your time, I'll give them a try.
They were the same ones, but thanks again.
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