Sony Monitor KX‑14CP1
The Sony Monitor KX-14CP1 is a 14-inch CRT Trinitron monitor originally released in the mid eighties, designed for use with computers and has a resolution of 1024x768 pixels. The monitor was used in the medical world and also in video production as well as computer monitor.
The KX-14CP1 has an aspect ratio of 4:3 and a horizontal scan frequency of 30 to 70 kHz and a vertical scan frequency of 50 to 160 Hz. The monitor has a dot pitch of 0.28mm, which means that the individual pixels are placed close together to create a sharper image.
It is a popular monitor among retro collectors and is often used as a gaming monitor.