Re: hdtv advice
also remember if you can find a monitor with more than 1 HDMI/DVI input and possibly have some composite/component inputs you dont need to buy a "TV" as most situations I know you will have a cable box connected to the TV that is capable of outputing a baseband signal so you will not need a tuner nor the decryption component which makes HDTVs more expensive than monitors.
take a look...also this would only work if you plan on using a cable box of some sort...
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