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Username: Zotty
Make: Noritake
Model: GU128x64-800A
Cost: n/a
Bought from: Several distributors
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=170
Comments: With a filter these displays are the best I've seen! High contrast and no ghosting effect. Software used is LiQuiD-MP3 v0.9.3

 

Date submitted: 07/02/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Yarvieh
Make: DataVision
Model: T6963c
Cost: 20 euro
Bought from: n/a
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=169
Comments: n/a

 

Date submitted: 02/02/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: ChriX
Make: Hitachi
Model: LMG4722PLFF
Cost: n/a
Bought from: n/a
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=167
Comments: Came with a white CCFL backlight - swapped it out for a blue CCFL, the results are pleasing to say the least.

 

Date submitted: 24/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Dougie
Make: Matrix Orbital
Model: LK204-25
Cost: n/a
Bought from: n/a
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=166
Comments: Inverted and housed in a modded vga switch box (sorry about the quality of the pics, done with a webcam)

 

Date submitted: 24/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Kr3Kr
Make: epson
Model: SED1330, paralel
Cost: 80€
Bought from: IA's ;)
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=165
Comments: Kind of a bare table stand. Looks kinda techy, cause you'll see the cables and pcb.

 

Date submitted: 23/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: mail.eve
Make: Powertip
Model: t6963c
Cost: € 95,00
Bought from: www.modwarehouse.com
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=164
Comments: I made this special LCD standard, with some remote buttons for PowerLcd.

 

Date submitted: 21/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: XNDR
Make: Modwarehouse
Model: White-Blue 240 x 128
Cost: 125 euro
Bought from: www.modwarehouse.com
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=163
Comments: This is my white-blue 240 x 128 LCD held by a plexi stand on my desktop. The graphics that are shown on the display is for software that has to be developed (design concept). I've also done all the graphics and skins for PowerLCD 2.0 which will be released soon. Check www.powerlcd.com for more info!

 

Date submitted: 21/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Ndtinker
Make: Seiko
Model: HD44780 4x20
Cost: $20
Bought from: http://www.eio.com/lcdprodt.htm
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=162
Comments: This display is currently sold out, too. It's just a basic parallel LCD that I put in a RadioShack project box and hooked up a dial for brightness & contrast. The silver bezel of the LCD looked out of place so I used electric tape to cover it. Dosen't look too bad, I guess. I at first used LCDSmartie but found jaLCDs offered more control and other neat little features.

 

Date submitted: 15/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Ndtinker
Make: IEE Century Series
Model: ACS1375
Cost: $25
Bought from: www.bgmicro.com
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=161
Comments: They sold out of these awhile back but was lucky enough to snag one. I'm running this display by serial with LCDC. The top pic has my AMD logo in custom characters. The bottom is of the 2x2 big clock LCDC plugin.

 

Date submitted: 15/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


Username: Ndtinker
Make: Matrix Orbital
Model: MO GLK12232-25sm
Cost: $75
Bought from: www.matrixorbital.com
Link to this LCD: http://lcdgallery.net/?f=view&lcdid=160
Comments: This is a display I just bought and having fun using fonts I create and the graphics capibility is something I really like about it.

 

Date submitted: 15/01/03
Rating: 3.03 from 492 votes


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