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NEC LCD Screen ?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by moidles, Apr 27, 2005.

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  1. moidles

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    Has anyone had any experiences or have an opinion on NEC LCD screens? i.e. LCD4000. I haven't found many reviews on them. :confused:

    One item of concern is the limited inputs available. 1 x Component & 1 x DVI is just not enough for a set top box & my DVD. :cool:
     
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    I got an LCD4000 a few months ago and I'm pretty pleased with it although I did get it primarily as a monitor for displaying graphics. It's got lots of connectors but notably no SCART. It does have :
    DVI-D
    mini D-Sub - 15 pin (for a computer) - that's the one I use
    RGBHV (via BNC connectors) - I've had a Netgem set top box connected with this.
    S-Video - I've had a DVD player connected through this
    Video in via either BNC or RCA for a composite signal.

    I guess thi LCD4000 is not really aimed at home use but I wouldn't fault it for computer use - I'm no afficionado when it comes to DVD's etc. but I was pretty impressed when i connected a DVD via the S-Video - although connecting with this does disable the composite input.

    Anyway hope this helps.
     

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