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01-24-05, 01:32 PM #1
01-24-05, 01:44 PM #2
hmm some sort of EM field generator?
perhaps an heater for a barrel of some kind?i5-3570k @ 4.5ghz WC'd
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01-24-05, 02:24 PM #3
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01-24-05, 06:52 PM #6
You guys are right. I recognized it too. I seen a few of these degausers. Todays monitors can degaus on thier own. TV's can't. It's just an electro-magnet used to relighn the electron guns. The glass on CRTs (or maybe the phosphors on the glass) build up a magnegtic charge. You see this as a change of color usually in the corners. Maybe a blue tint, red tint, etc. The degauser is used to remove the residual magnetic charge.
I guess that's more than what was asked for. I felt cheap just saying that I agree with what was already said.
*edit* Too many spelling errors to correct. Sorry.
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01-24-05, 07:08 PM #7
Heh heh heh, seadave77 said "degausing coil", I googled it and got that pic, or I would have no clue whatsoever.
01-24-05, 07:14 PM #8
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