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Opinions on ProV on an LCD display

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by cadmeister, Jan 22, 2003.

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  1. cadmeister

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    OK, happy with my plasma so onto other projects... I have a 14" LCD monitor for the PC in our kitchen it sits right next to a 14" TV which seems a bit daft as the TV takes up loads of room. Originally I planned to replace the TV as I have a good ATI all-in-wonder card in the PC that "does" TV, but didn't turn out to be a great image and it's a bit painful to use (no remote, shonky software).

    So any opinions on whether a ProV onto the LCD will be as good as the 14" telly ? It'll be used just for TV watching - a combination of terrestrial and SKY signals. I don't want to waste £100 on something we won't use?

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    It sounds pretty funky. Pro-v is mono sound, bu then this sounds like it won't be bothering you. There are issues on very large displays, but then it's only £100, not an iscan ultra. I'd expect some very reasonable results.
     
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    Yes this is just a small-telly replacement so mono sound is OK. I think I might ask the chaps on the Projector forum the same question as more of them seem to have used the ProV.
     

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