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Slimfits generally struggle with geometry issues such as 'bowing' and other setup issues from the factory such as convergence or purity. As with most CRTs, a good setup using the service menu as well as making the appropriate yoke adjustments has been shown to make a big improvement.
 
Slimfits generally struggle with geometry issues such as 'bowing' and other setup issues from the factory such as convergence or purity. As with most CRTs, a good setup using the service menu as well as making the appropriate yoke adjustments has been shown to make a big improvement.
  
Seen below is an example of a 21" Slimfit.
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Seen below is an example of a less commonly seen 21" Slimfit made in Hungary with a Thompson (RCA) Tube made in Poland.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:02, 9 April 2020

Samsung Slimfits came out during a time when the market was starting to shift toward the desire for 'slimmer' displays such as LCD and Plasma. By offering a 30% slimmer CRT (in terms of depth) at a discount price while retaining HDTV features, Samsungs Slimfits became the best-selling digital direct-view CRTs in 2006 taking 42% market share by May of that year.

Slimfits generally struggle with geometry issues such as 'bowing' and other setup issues from the factory such as convergence or purity. As with most CRTs, a good setup using the service menu as well as making the appropriate yoke adjustments has been shown to make a big improvement.

Seen below is an example of a less commonly seen 21" Slimfit made in Hungary with a Thompson (RCA) Tube made in Poland.