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Old 07-20-2009, 11:36 PM   #31
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Default Re: LCD Monitor Vs LCD HD TV

Originally Posted by allendale2008 View Post
a bigger one? where?

so just to be sure

i take the cable

plug it in

and it just searches for channels?

and can I just plug in computer speakers or do they need conversion as foothead said?
Step 1.) Plug it into the wall
Step 2.) Plug cable and PC into it
Step 3.) turn on and enjoy =D

Just plug the speakers in. That's it.

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Old 07-21-2009, 03:45 PM   #32
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Default Re: LCD Monitor Vs LCD HD TV

How so? I have a 1080p monitor, shouldn't it be the same resolution as my 56" 1080p tv? The only gripe I would have with a tv as a monitor is that they aren't designed to display still images as long (such as your desktop) and the stands aren't designed to tilt and such as a monitor. Also, it may not have a DVI in, which I always prefer.
That's my point. You're monitor is 21.6". Your TV has the same amount of pixels stretched over twice the area.

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