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NEC AccuSync LCD72VM

While the NX76LCD (and its analog NEC LCD1760NX) belongs to upper-mainstream models, the AccuSync LCD72VM is a typical representative of the category of inexpensive LCD monitors. Its closest rival among the above-described models is LG’s Flatron L1750S.

The plain-looking silvery case of the monitor (the base and the rear panel are black) is free from any decorative details. The base permits to change the tilt of the screen only. Speakers are integrated into the case and that’s a reasonable idea for an office model. These speakers are too bad for home use (for music, games and movies), but are quite enough for creating the audio environment of a workplace.

The AccuSync LCD72VM has one analog input and an integrated power adapter. It also carries a line audio input for the integrated speakers and a headphones output (on the front panel).

The control buttons are located in the center of the front panel. They are stiff and do not sink down easily. The Power On button is highlighted with a mild green LED at work.

 
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