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Convergence - Definition

Convergence describes a computer monitor's ability to produce images that lack halos (a light line around object edges) across all parts of the screen. The three separate electron guns in a color monitor must be perfectly aligned in order to generate crisp white lines without colored halos at the edges. Poor convergence, often called misconvergence, creates the effect of a poor 3D picture near the corners and edges of the screen, where the electron beams must bend the most to hit their intended paths.

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