|sd17adc_adj_guide.pdf||Apple Studio Display 17 (ADC)
Screen Adjustment Guidelines
This document describes how to evaluate your screen display and make
display adjustments, if necessary.
What Should a Normal Screen Display Look Like?
For a monitor that contains a CRT (cathode-ray tube), the normal screen
display should have a uniform shape. That is, the rectangular screen image
should have about one-half inch (13 mm) of black border around all four
Normal Shape Not Normal Not Normal
Two Horizontal Lines
Most CRT-based Apple monitors contain a "tron" style tube. This display
contains a Mitsubishi Diamondtron tube, which uses an aperture grill.
Electron beams pass through the aperture grill to display the screen image.
Two stabilizing wires, which are thinner than a human hair, can be noticed
on a light-colored bac|