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    Samsung Syncmaster 192T LCD Monitor Review
    Author: Jakester
    Date Posted: August 26th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: If you need a large LCD monitor with excellent picture quality then the Samsung Syncmaster 192T could be just what your looking for. Is it good value for money and how well does it perform, read on to find out in our official review....

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    Installation + Package

    As we dive into the 192T's cardboard box and pull out the goodies, we find many pleasant surprises.

    [1] Mounting Bracket
    [2] Installation Instructions and Software Disc
    [3] Power Adapter
    [4] Analog RGB Input cord
    [5] Sound Cord - Used to connect the monitor's base speakers to your sound card.
    [6] Digital DVI Input cord
    [7] Included Warranty Information
    [8] Power Cord - Connects to the Power Adapter; explained below
    [9] Mounting Bracket Screws and Pegs

    Here is where the power adapter and the power cord connect to each other to become one long line of electric-conducting happiness. The other end of the power cord (pictured on the left) is a 3-pronged plug obviously used to plug into a power source. The other end of the power adapter (pictured on the right) plugs into the 14V DC input located on the base of the monitor.



    Installation of the monitor was very simple. Plug in the Analog/Digital input cord into the back of the 192T and your video card and turn on your computer. I am running Windows XP and when I booted up the computer with the 192T attached for the first time, it installed the monitor for me with no problems at all. Just to be safe I loaded up the included software disc. It brought me to the menu pictured in the first picture above. After I was done installing the drivers, I installed the Natural Color program. As you can see, it is a calibration tool used to fine tune your monitor and printer settings to your liking.


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    4. Overview
    5. Performance
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