Commodore monitor 1702
In front the logo with the rainbow design of the C64. The color also fits the C64. Right is the RCA input for video and audio and the on/off switch. Normally hidden behind a flap: The adjustment options.
Here are the settings normally hidden under the front cover: Tint, Color, Brightness, Contrast, and H.Position (horizontal centering), V. Hold (vertical frequency), and Volume (Volume). The coloring is used to add more green (button to the left) or more red parts (button to the right). The vertical frequency setting prevents the image from "scrolling". On the far right are the RCA inputs for video and audio as well as the type plate and the on/off switch.
The speaker is at the top. On the two sides there is a kind of carrying handle. However, strong fingers are needed: the monitor is very heavy.
At the back there is the luma / chroma input and the switch between the two inputs. The huge, black nameplate shows, among other things, the production country (here Japan) and the serial number. Also warned that monitors may only be opened by qualified personnel.