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In Stcock open frame LCD's, some CRT monitor boards

Postby Rickn » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:16 pm

You guys have been awfully quiet so though I would try to light a match...
I currently have a few sizes of open frame professional LCD's in stock here are a few examples;
19" suitable for everything from Pacman to Revenge from Mars... no scaler or offboard adapters required, all programmed in and ready to go.
26" open frame, same idea as the 19"
26" open frame VGA and higher perfect for the later Golden Tees, PGA's etc that take higher resolution
47" open frame LCD same idea as the 19" and 26 no upscaler required... perfect for a virtual pin or a big ass mame.
12" LCD kit will accept all the native resolutions and higher, great as a display to test game boards etc. Portable, can customize an input adapter (nin-intelligent for multiple styles of inputs such as 15 pin Sub-d, Molex for games built for wells gardner connectors, or others..

Also have a handful of CRT monitor boards, some new, some refurbished, CGA and Tri-res will also have some CGA/Mid-res switchable refurbs soon..

Thousands of repair parts HOT's, regulator's, cap's IC's etc.

Offer repairs or many monitor boards.

Feel free to contact to get pricing and availability.

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Re: In Stcock open frame LCD's, some CRT monitor boards

Postby nagamitsu » Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:20 pm

I need to check what monitor is in one of my games, to see either if you have a refurb/rebuilt chassis or if maybe just better to do cap kit on it to get it better. I'll contact or post here with the monitor details. Symptom is basically that it takes 5+ minutes to "warm up" but once up, the display is extremely full of colour and looks amazing.

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Re: In Stcock open frame LCD's, some CRT monitor boards

Postby Subpacket » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:42 pm

are the 26 4:3 or 5:4 or 16:9
and how much?
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Re: In Stcock open frame LCD's, some CRT monitor boards

Postby Rickn » Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:32 pm

First the issue with slow start up is sometimes typical with a weak tube. If the focus is sharp after warm-up, I would be leaning to a cap first. Typically I install a known good board for a quick diagnosis.
Next the 26" is 16X9 - $525 each, can usually include a custom bezel with it.

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Re: In Stcock open frame LCD's, some CRT monitor boards

Postby Rickn » Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:42 pm

By the way, still one of the 19" - $340
One of the 12" kit's - $225
Also the 47" willing to start a bidding war on that with a minimum bid of $575

All are new product and accept all the native resolutions.


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