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Samsung SyncMaster 940MW 19″ LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 13, 2010 5 Comments

  • 700: 1 contrast ratio
  • Fast 12ms response time gives you beautiful moving pictures
  • Ultra-thin bezel and wall-mount capability
  • 1280×1024 resolution
  • Built-in power supply reduces your cord load

Product Description
The Samsung SyncMaster 940MW is a 19-inch TFT-LCD monitor delivering an ultra-fast response time of 8ms, 700:1 contrast ratio, 0.294mm pixel pitch, 1440 x 900 (WXGA+) maximum resolution, scanning frequency of 33-81 kHz horizontal and 56-75 Hz vertical, and horizontal/vertical viewing angle of 160?/160?. The SyncMaster 940MW has MagicTuner with W/W TV Support System and Virtual Dolby, BBE Sound built in speakers….

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Samsung SyncMaster 940MW 19″ LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung SyncMaster 940MW 19″ LCD Monitor”

  1. grn271 says on: 13 April 2010 at 3:30 pm

    It does the job for a PC. Picture is sharp. But for hooking it up to satellite or cable, the picture is greating lacking in quality.

  2. S. Sicilia says on: 13 April 2010 at 3:35 pm

    Sure its a more expensive product, compared to other comparable, or supposedly comparable products, however, you get what you pay for. In this era of mass everything and relatively shoddy quality it is good to see that Samsung, at least from my experience, walks the talk in product quality.

    Very good viewing, very good set up, no problems, no drama, ahhhhhh, the price of luxury i guess!

  3. J. Mutz says on: 13 April 2010 at 5:09 pm

    This is the worst monitor ever. We bought 2 of these at the same time and have had nothing but problems. We use them for tv and computer monitor. These have both had to have the bulbs replaced twice!!! The first time was within the first 6 months. Now after 1.5 years of owning it, I can’t wait to take it to the DUMP!!!

  4. S. A. Berns says on: 13 April 2010 at 7:48 pm

    I was looking to hook my computer up in our kitchen/dinning room and wanted the option of watching TV when not on the computer. This monitor works perfect. We do not have it hooked up to a HD broadcast, so it looks better from about 4 feet away than right up next to it. But either way it still looks good. I love surfing the internet and watching the basketball game in the PIP. We don’t haver it hooked up to a stereo and use the TV speakers and it sounds GREAT! It has a lot of set up options to get the picture looking its best. And the remote has gread functions and is easy to use.

    The monitor, itself, looks great. We always get great compliments from our friends!

  5. P. Pimental says on: 13 April 2010 at 8:26 pm

    My intended use for this system – Samsung SyncMaster 940MW – was to function as both PC monitor and provide TV/DVD viewing. I found the Display excellent from Windows XP, as well as from Fedora Core 5 and Open Suse 10.1 distros. The Windows XP drive recognized the monitor immediately enough to display 1024 x 768 until I could load the monitor driver. At that point I was able to display 1440 x 900 resolution. It takes some time to get used to the display. The DVD/TV display was also very good. The 8 ms response time and 700:1 contrast ratio was very good for the LCD’s in the price range. BTW – the Best Buy salesman stated the TV’s featured 8 ms response times so I should not be giving up much if anyting by choosing this over a TV, at least in this range.

    You can change from wide ( 1440 x 900) to 4×3 ratio on the fly which would allow 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 resolutions without appearing distorted. ( I wish I had tested the 4 x 3 mode when I inserted my Linux drives, as this may have saved me some grief.

    The Fedora and Suse distro recognized the fact that it was a SyncMaster monitor but could not handle the display. The instructions on the CD tell you the modify the X86config file but dont give you the settings to enter. Syncmaster, 1440 X 900, 60 Hz, BTW.

    I ended up reinstalling both distros ( since i had no data worth saving) On the resinstall, The Fedora distro allowed me to perform a GUI install, whereas I has to install the Suse distro in text mode. Once both distros were installed I was able to use 1440 x 900 for the Suse distro and 1280 x 960 for the Fedora distro. Auto Adjustment does a nice job of correcting black space at edges.

    The PIP feature works quite nicely. I am viewing a football game in PIP mode while typing this review.

    The remote is responsive and reasonably intuitive.

    This representa a large improvement over the TV Tuner card I was using.

    One downside is that the documentation is contained on the CD included. You might want to review the CD before you swap out monitors.

    All in all, an excellent purchase. Best Buy was asking about 350 as of this writing. Better yet they will honor the Samsung 3 year warrenty, no extended warrenty contract required.

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