This commonly began to feature one of two different panels. There was arguably one of the best 19" panels for the non-gamer at the time, offering excellent image quality, colour reproduction and viewing angles. Nevertheless, the FP remained popular for other users. This is the same panel which has been used in the popular Viewsonic VPB model, and was offering an 8ms G2G response time.
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And considering that they were Though at least both these panel did feature the same 16ms response time 8 ms G2G — unlike the previous FP. It was also possible to use a bottom-mounted speaker bar. Some of the problems I have encountered with these displays are related to it. This particular unit was manufactures in September , so it is already pretty old.
Though it was only alternately used for a period of years. The problem with this one was that the image shakes as well as there emanating a buzzing noise from its electronics. Others units also tend to exhibit these symptoms when they appear to be totally dead. First of all, the stand has to be removed.
If I recall correctly, there should be a push-button mechanism for that purpose, as you can see in its internals on the picture below. Now we do the same with the flex cable for the front buttons. Next we can unscrew the four screws which hold the metal chassis to the LCD itself.
You can leave the front frame and the display be, as we only need to access the electronics.