Bush IDLCD19W016HD 19in HD Ready Digital LCD TV

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    erm, its 16:10 ratio, think this is more designed as a monitor, what you want it for?

    personally, I don't like the look of it... I'm a big fan of the samsung screens...
     
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    I actually want it for watching tv on. It's got freeview built in to it - is it really designed as a PC monitor? Can anyone suggest an alternative, ideally with DVD + Freeview built in? Thanks
     
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    And where does it state 16:10?
     
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    It doesn't but the pixel ratio suggests it's 16/10.

    These small 19" TV are using mostly monitor panels - you can tell this as they use the same panel res as most 19" wide PC screen displays 1440*900.

    Also the viewing angle seems quite low - again suggesting a TN Monitor panel.

    However this seems to be one of the first in this size with DVB. Without digital they are now as low as £180.

    For this sort of money i'm now beginning to expect a much bigger screen 22 or 23.
     
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    Can you suggest an alternative? Ideally one with DVD and Freeview built in?
     
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    Forgot to say, I only want a 19" with the aforementioned in-built stuff
     
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    Oh, and thanks for your help so far everyone
     
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    Anyone got any more advice/ suggestions? Thanks
     

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