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I just read the description for this monitor and ya it could be a little confusing..... The BEZEL (the black edge of the monitor that the screen goes in) is glossy... I get my head at the right angle and I can see my tv that's behind me reflected in it. But the monitor's screen itself has nothing, no glare, no reflection.
By Azhrei on December 1, 2014
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Yes, hooking up this monitor directly to the HDMI port of your computer will carry the audio signal through and sound will be outputted at the monitor's built-in speakers. However, if your computer has a DVI port and you are using an adapter to turn it into HDMI, the audio signal will be absent and you will have to use… see more Yes, hooking up this monitor directly to the HDMI port of your computer will carry the audio signal through and sound will be outputted at the monitor's built-in speakers. However, if your computer has a DVI port and you are using an adapter to turn it into HDMI, the audio signal will be absent and you will have to use a 3.5mm audio cable and plug it to the monitor's green-colored audio-in jack to get sound to come out of the monitor's built-in speakers. see less Yes, hooking up this monitor directly to the HDMI port of your computer will carry the audio signal through and sound will be outputted at the monitor's built-in speakers. However, if your computer has a DVI port and you are using an adapter to turn it into HDMI, the audio signal will be absent and you will have to use a 3.5mm audio cable and plug it to the monitor's green-colored audio-in jack to get sound to come out of the monitor's built-in speakers.
By tomcat9 on November 29, 2013
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The refresh rate (Hz) can vary from 50 Hz to 75 Hz depending on screen resolution. For a list of the refresh rates and corresponding resolutions, click on the following link: http://www.amazon.com/Hz/forum/Fx2U1KWHNYZ1LHW/Tx35MWI97ATC7A0/1/ref=cm_cd_ql_tlc_al?_encoding=UTF8&asin=B00EZSUVHK.
By tomcat9 on March 12, 2014
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This monitor does NOT adjust vertically. I purchased 2 of these monitors and the "Mount-It! Dual Freestanding Monitor Stand for Monitors Up to 27" screens", to make them fully adjustable.
By Dennis D Stephens on March 5, 2014
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I've been using Viewsonic monitors, all the way up to 30 inchers, in graphic design studios and ad agencies for years. My last monitor, a very inexpensive one, never looked like the screen on my Macbook Pro computer, no matter how much I adjusted it. As soon as I saw this Viewsonic 24 inch for such a great price, I sna… see more I've been using Viewsonic monitors, all the way up to 30 inchers, in graphic design studios and ad agencies for years. My last monitor, a very inexpensive one, never looked like the screen on my Macbook Pro computer, no matter how much I adjusted it. As soon as I saw this Viewsonic 24 inch for such a great price, I snapped it up. Out of the box, I was using Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Final Cut Pro - working on video, web sites, and print documents - with great confidence that the color I saw was correct. Great, great monitor. see less I've been using Viewsonic monitors, all the way up to 30 inchers, in graphic design studios and ad agencies for years. My last monitor, a very inexpensive one, never looked like the screen on my Macbook Pro computer, no matter how much I adjusted it. As soon as I saw this Viewsonic 24 inch for such a great price, I snapped it up. Out of the box, I was using Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Final Cut Pro - working on video, web sites, and print documents - with great confidence that the color I saw was correct. Great, great monitor.
By Tony B on January 19, 2014
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YES
By DONALD BLACKINGTON on April 10, 2014
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Yes, the VX2452mh's built-in speakers can be bypassed by plugging into the monitor's blue-colored 3.5 mm audio-out (earphone) jack a set of headphones or external speakers. The assumption here is that audio signal is already being inputted through either the monitor's HDMI port or through the monitor's green-colored 3.… see more Yes, the VX2452mh's built-in speakers can be bypassed by plugging into the monitor's blue-colored 3.5 mm audio-out (earphone) jack a set of headphones or external speakers. The assumption here is that audio signal is already being inputted through either the monitor's HDMI port or through the monitor's green-colored 3.5 mm audio-in jack. see less Yes, the VX2452mh's built-in speakers can be bypassed by plugging into the monitor's blue-colored 3.5 mm audio-out (earphone) jack a set of headphones or external speakers. The assumption here is that audio signal is already being inputted through either the monitor's HDMI port or through the monitor's green-colored 3.5 mm audio-in jack.
By tomcat9 on February 23, 2014
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Itss the boarder around the monitor, the screen is actually anti glare proof which is nice
By austin on February 1, 2014
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It's a DVI-D port.
By tomcat9 on January 12, 2015
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Yeah I had to rent a forklift to get it to my door then had to hire 2 body builders to help me bring it into the computer room. Such a damn hassle but let me tell you the picture quality is fantastic! Well worth the additional $2000 I spent getting it into the house. But yeah its a computer monitor from 2014-2015 not t… see more Yeah I had to rent a forklift to get it to my door then had to hire 2 body builders to help me bring it into the computer room. Such a damn hassle but let me tell you the picture quality is fantastic! Well worth the additional $2000 I spent getting it into the house. But yeah its a computer monitor from 2014-2015 not the 1970s, its a typo, 7.3 lbs. Great monitor would recommend. see less Yeah I had to rent a forklift to get it to my door then had to hire 2 body builders to help me bring it into the computer room. Such a damn hassle but let me tell you the picture quality is fantastic! Well worth the additional $2000 I spent getting it into the house. But yeah its a computer monitor from 2014-2015 not the 1970s, its a typo, 7.3 lbs. Great monitor would recommend.
By Cody M. on August 14, 2015