Diamondtron CRT, the red is skewing the rest of the graph (too high)
Tungsten_smooth last edited by Tungsten_smooth
I've made a cropped image that just takes off about half the red where the first very deep red spike stops, would you like me to clean this up, keeping the number etc, and sending them to you?
I can probably overlay the same pattern underneath the image for the gridlines, and I'll keep the top bar and numbers. The goal is to see the real red content without the graph being so short. It would ideally be as tall as daylight to really show off the color spectrum. Would this be too inaccurate, or is there a way to show that the red was cutoff?
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I can not discover the 793 on Dell's website, just the 792, which makes use of a FD Trinitron tube. ugly bezel.