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CRT display

A computer monitor or TV set that uses a cathode ray tube (CRT) for its display technology. See CRT.


More Than a Hundred Pounds
Big CRT TVs such as this Sony 35" set weighed well over a hundred pounds and jutted out from the wall two feet.
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The color CRT display provides the ability to set up conditions for the next job while the current job is still running.
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CRT display provides real-time graphic presentation of shot profiles (speeds and pressures), trend and X-Bar & R information for each machine.
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