My CRT monitor bit the dust a week ago, lasting for just eight months of use, despite it was a new old stock item. According to a repairman, the flyback transformer is shorting the circuitry, and since I don't know the manufacturer, I have no way to repair it. 😵
So, I just bought a replacement monitor, this one:
An Olivetti CDU 1458MS/HA71. On paper seems to be a good model: it supports 1024x768 at 60Hz, stores size and position settings per resolution, and has even pincushion controls and horizontal and vertical size controls, something you don't see often on early VGA monitors from the early 1990s. Plus it was made by Hantarex, which was known for its high quality CRT tubes. We shall see. I always liked the look of these Olivetti monitors, since they carried on using the same design starting from the mid 1980s up to the mid 1990s.
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