Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Specified
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Specified / 06 Nov 1999
Hitachi CM753 is a 19 inch monitor manufactured by Hitachi. The monitor is manufactured by Hitachi and is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, 2003, XP and NT platforms. The monitor has viewable area of 367 by 276 mm. The horizontal mask pitch stands at 0.22 mm while the vertical pitch is 0.14 mm. The deflection stands at 90 degrees. Hitachi CM753 makes use of a flat square tube with a black matrix invar shadow and anti electrostatic AR coating. The monitor has a horizontal scanning frequency range of between 31 and 107 KHz. On the other hand, the monitor's vertical scanning frequency ranges between 50 and 160 Hz. The monitor comes with resolutions of 640 by 480 at 60 Hz, 1024 by 768 at 85 Hz, 800 by 600 at 85 Hz, 1600 by 1200 at 85 Hz and 1280 by 1024 at 85 Hz.
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The Hitachi CM753 monitor is user friendly. It is equipped with numerous controls that allow users to adjust the contrast and brightness, select the color temperature and also perform rotation. The monitor also comes with an on and off power switch as well as a manual degauss switch. In total the Hitachi CM753 comes with 26 controls 21 of which are user programmable with the remaining 5 having been preset at the factory. The monitor comes with a 15 pin D-sub connector/cable in addition to a 230 MHz video clock frequency. At 25 kgs, the monitor is bulky and can therefore not be carried/moved from place to place as the TFT/LCD monitors. Hitachi CM753 supports video (analog 0.7V p-p75 ohm) inputs and comes with a swivel/tilt base that is detachable. The monitor functions best in temperatures ranging between 5 and 40 degrees Celsius. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Hitachi CM753 errors before installing any driver updates.