These monitors are functionally equivalent to the 1080, 1084, and 1084S (except that the sound capabilities are mono instead of stereo). Now, why exactly Commodore released so many models with such similar specifications is beyond me. To be sure, they are not all COMPLETELY identical. Their interface cables at the monitor end will differ on some models. Some models came with Amiga RGB video cables, while others did not. The 2080, for instance, appears to be the mono version of the 1084S monitor, while the 2002 resembles a mono version of the 1902. The 2080 also has a "long afterglow" CRT, mainly resulting in much less flicker when using the interlace modes on an Amiga
Model : 2002 Type : Composite/RGB monitor Screen size: 14" Interface : RGBI & RCA Chroma/Lumina/Audio Notes :
Model : 2080 Type : Composite/RGB monitor Screen size: 14" Interface : RGBI & RCA Chroma/Lumina/Audio Notes :
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