KTX was a “home brand” applied to monitors, modems, and anything else that seemed like a good idea at the time by one-time Australian wholesale Kings of Sleaze, Edge Technology. Any help appreciated Cheers Rick Forum Community Tech Support Help wanted! I still have one of those and use it in the workshop every day. I can tell you a little about KTX and their monitors a good deal of which you will already know, more than likely but probably very little of practical use to you.
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KTX was a “home brand” applied to monitors, modems, and anything else that seemed like a good idea at the time by one-time Australian wholesale Kings of Sleaze, Edge Technology. All times are GMT They were famous for vast sales volumes, low prices and even lower quality.
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I never sold KDS monitors no need to repair them either and I’m a bit too far away to send you anything anyway. Stick around, it’s good to see another Aussie here. Forum Community Tech Support Help wanted! Each new model of KTX monitor was crappier than the one previous, and appeared to minitor from yet another different manufacturer.
I have no idea who was responsible for the thousands upon thousands of fake cache main boards that appeared in Oz about that time, but I shouldn’t be in the slightest surprised kfx find that it was Edge. In fact, I’d take three to one on it.
I doubt you’ll be able to find a circuit diagram of a specific monitor online. Another monittor Edge didn’t like to waste too much money on was their research and QC department. But Edge bought monitors and other products from all and sundry, always relentlessly chasing the lowest possible price, one assumes, and switching manufacturers often.
Good luck with it! At least I presume it was by mknitor, the idea of Edge actually importing a quality product as a matter of policy strikes me as a little far-fetched.
Certainly the quality of their monitors, which had been quite good up until about or so, deterioriated markedly from then on. Results 1 to 3 of 3. Hi Rick, and welcome to the crazyhouse.
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Except for their creditors, of course. Edge were one of those companies that believed in the modern efficient business model, and didn’t like to waste valuable resources on non-income generating assets like a service department. Only thing you could say that was not low-rent about Edge – aside from the salaries of the directors, one presumes – was their service. The time now is I still have one of those and use it in the workshop every day.
Sorry that this is no real help to you, but still, it provided an excuse for me to do one of my customary character assasination posts which I enjoyed so all is not lost.
Your only chance would be that one of your fellow Aussie have one and send it to you. Edge are bankrupt now, and I don’t think one single person has shed a tear.
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It could kktx almost anyone, but is almost certainly not any of the major names. With me, you’re out of luck. Anyway, the long and the short of it is that you have three challenges ahead of you. Bear with me if you already know all this stuff. I can tell you a little about KTX and their monitors a good deal of which you will already know, more than likely but probably very little of practical use to you. Any help appreciated Cheers Rick In consequence, sometimes they buggered up their purchasing so completely that they imported a whole stack of decently made products by accident.