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#1 nick franco

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Posted 16 May 2004 - 09:21 PM

So what are the differences between the PRO 1 and the PRO 2 monitors?
Thanks, Nick
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#2 Erwin Landau

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Posted 17 May 2004 - 09:34 PM

The PRO 1 and the PRO 2 Monitor differ in only 2 things from each other:

The High Voltage Power Supply,
with the #2 having the more modern and sophisticated version and

The fuse
with the external Fuse on the 1 (and the 2 having a internal thermal fuse).

But:

Same Housing
Same Monitor Tube
Same Functions
Same Face Plate

(External) pointers that you are looking on one or the other:

PRO1:
The rails on the side are smooth.
Has 10 rips on the heat sink (on the back).
Has a fuse receptical on the left rail beside the monitor plug.
Has 3 screws on the face plate.
(BTW: Will work only with the PRO 1 Level.)

PRO2:
The rails on the side are ripped (for your pleasure...?).
Has 2 sets of 5 rips and a box on the heat sink.
Has no external fuse.
Has 2 screws on the face plate, even though there are 3 holes in the sticker of the face.
(BTW: Will work with the PRO 1 and 2 level.)

Also supposedly there were only ~50 PRO 1 monitors ever made.... with ~250 sold total, it's more likely to find a 2 then a 1...

If you want to know more call George...


Erwin Landau, SOC
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#3 Erwin Landau

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Posted 17 May 2004 - 09:42 PM

Oh I forgot...

DISCLAIMER!!!!!!!

As the parts are interchangable between the 2 Monitors...
There can be monitors that have newer or older componantes.

So make sure that you have the serial Number and call George for any kind of upgrades or repairs...

Anyways............
What makes a PRO 2 Monitor if the only difference is the Power Supply and some of the electronics...?


Erwin Landau, SOC
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#4 nick franco

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Posted 18 May 2004 - 10:13 AM

Thank you.
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