I want to fix it, but there is no related accessories, and I ca n’t check the problem ... If there is really a Fw900 with good functions, I will pay $ 400 to buy itIn recent years:
- we lost analog/VGA outputs from GPU's and have to also get digital-analog converters which have worse quality, lower bandwidth and are only 8-bit
- gaming LCD improved at lot, got Variable Refresh Rate technology (G-Sync/Freesync) and IPS panels became available
- FW900 became even older and thus more prone to breaking down (dried capacitors, tired components, etc.)
- FW900 price skyrocketed
- FW900 availability became virtually non-available
400$ bucks would be passable if it was mind condition and you are already big CRT fan and know you really want one. If you have not used CRT at all or very long time ago and do not even remember them all that well then my recommendation would be to search for cheap 21" Trinitrons and/or 21/22" Diamodtrons and use that for a while. Then if you are still interested in getting FW900 do so. Maybe something will pop up locally.
CRT's are praised for contrast ratio, motion performance and input lag but these things like everything in existence are relative. In the past it was pretty simple, LCD's were 60Hz and most IPS also had ton's of input lag, then some TN panels were 120Hz but compared to CRT's were pretty bad. Today good gaming IPS will have great image quality and responsiveness and unlike CRT can be used for desktop. FW900 is pretty much gaming/video only monitor... imho at least.
I see you already have FW900 that is broken.
Then you already should know if it is worth it for you or not