REVIEW: Princeton T19MS
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
All results issued in this review have been established by using the digital input, with the exception of the test runs for analog image quality, which have been established on the analog input. Our test bed ran with a Gainward 750 Geforce4 Titanium graphics card.
Amongst the display, the delivered package included one manual for the monitor and one manual for the TV tuner, one D-Sub cable, one DVI-D cable, a power supply unit together with a cable, one audio cable and a remote control. No monitor drivers or monitor profiles were included in the scope of supply. And there was even no download of those accounted for on the homepage of the manufacturer. Although you in fact do not necessarily need a profile or a driver to operate the monitor, it still should go without saying.
The list of features really has a lot to offer: TV tuner, card reader, speakers, USB connector, remote control, S-Video and RCA-Video input. Many other monitors would have trouble trying to cope with this feature set.
The Pedestal and the front frame are made from silver plastic while the rear side is made from black plastic. The frame measures 3 cm at the top and at the sides and 3.8cm at the bottom. All control elements for operating the OSD are located at the underside of the lower frame's right side in the bottom corner. Operating the OSD with these buttons proves to be rather complicated, but is most likely going to be carried out using the remote control anyway. Using this little gizmo makes things just a lot more comfortable.
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