A conventional graphic board converts digital into analog signals and transmits them to the monitor via an appropriate VGA cable. In the case of a LCD monitor with a digital panel, the video signals are reconverted in the monitor. Each conversion process may mean errors or loss of picture quality. In addition, considerably more effort is required with digital interface devices to reproduce the picture in a good standard of quality and geometry for analog viewing. The picture may also have to be readjusted "manually". With a digital control this is unnecessary. The entire picture is transmitted pixel by pixel in digital form. Geometry, cycle or phase settings are no longer required here. This greatly relieves the user for as soon as the Ambix® monitor(equiped with both analog and DVI) is digitally connected, a perfect picture is assured. Neither auto-adjustment via the on-screen menu nor manual readjustments are necessary. At the same time, two conversion processes are eliminated, firstly in the graphic board digital/analog converter and again in the monitor.
Since these settings are no longer required they are blocked out.
How can there be change when one returns to the same group of people that started this fiasco to begin with?