TFT monitors and going for a big solution


TFT monitors and going for a big solution

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Adam James
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Hi all,

one of our 19" monitors in the studio has decided to go wrong (turns itself off and doesn't come back on). Anyhoo, it has got me thinking about possibly going down the route of a one monitor setup for Myriad.

Has anyone done this successfully? If so what size display have you used and is there anything in particular that we should look out for if we do decide on a one display solution? I'd imagine it would need to be quite a substantial size of display to fit Myriad on in a dual display mode?

Anyway, any feedback and comments would be gratefully welcomed.

Kind regards

Adam
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David Boulton
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Most modern 22" Widescreen Monitors go up to a high enough resolution to make Dual Screen work on a single screen.

(1680 x 1050) or (1920 x1080)

Regards

DB

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David Boulton
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