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Plasma or LCD for PC Based Presentations

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by rowbos, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. rowbos

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    Hi There,

    I want to use either a Plasma or LCD screen as a second display in a meeting room for presentations.

    Normally the PC driving the display will be run through a normal 19" LCD, but occasionally I need to be able to display the output on a wall mounted LCD or Plasma.

    Any suggestions regarding suitable hardware would be gratefully received, additionally is there anyway of connecting to the wall mounted screen wirelessly so I can avoid running cables?

    I guess I need some kind of switch box to switch between the two monitors in use?

    Thanks,

    Steve.
     
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    Any thoughts chaps?

    It would appear to me that LCD is going to give me the better display for PC use and also avoid any screen burn issues?

    Cheers,

    Steve.
     
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    I'd use an LCD projector onto a white screen.
     
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    Already have one and tried it - but the main user will be the company MD who would prefer to have a permanently mounted flat screen on the wall - for mainly aesthetic reasons.

    Steve.
     

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