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LCD as a TV recommendation

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by grisewos, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. grisewos

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    I know a couple of other threads have discussed this subject for smaller screens but I was hoping for some help with using my 23" Sony LCD monitor (1920x1080 native resolution) as a TV.

    I've got a Panasonic Freeview box with SCART output but I'm happy to replace or leave this out of the setup if it complicates things.

    Also got a Sony DAVS-300 that I'll be using for the TV audio.

    The purchase of a new flat means that funds are limited at the moment - looking at a maximum spend of about £250.

    Any advice gratefully received.

    Thanks,
    Simon
     
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    Need to know what connections the Sony monitor has...VGA, DVI, S-Video RF etc.

    Jimmy
     
  3. grisewos

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    Sorry, I knew I'd forgotten to put some vital info in the original post!

    The only connections it has are 2 VGA and 2 DVI inputs.
     
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    Thanks JimG, I'll take a look.
     

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