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2 feet away

greyhorse

Standard Member
Im looking at an lcd screen to use for PC use mainly, i will be 2ft away would a 26" be better on the eyes than a 32".


LT26DX7BJ or 32 JVC's look really nice, did someone say they wont about to full screen mode on the pc input??
 

matJ

Standard Member
From 2 ft away a dedicated PC LCD monitor would be better, i would have thought! the resolution supported will be higher and compatible with a 1:1 image from the graphics card, as this is what they are designed for.
Have you tried a 20"/24" widescreen LCD monitor from 2ft away? Maybe youd be ok with that instead.
If you watch films/HD samples with the PC then bigger is better, as you sit further back.
 

dllord

Active Member
Dell do some alright 24" monitors!
 

greyhorse

Standard Member
yeah but at 700 quid for a 24" they can keep it,

Least if I get bored with the big screen for the PC it can be used in another room.
 

badbob

Banned
At 2' distance you're looking at a PC monitor. A 20" widescreen 16:10 PC monitor is around £350, higher resolution than a hi-definition LCD TV (766 x 1060 vertical)
 

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