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Surfing with TV CRT monitors

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Gavin Oliver, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. Gavin Oliver

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    Hi All,
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    I would be interested to hear of members views as to which is the best CRT monitor to use for Internet access?
    Especially how the HDTV models HV28/32D40's from JVC etc are performing.
    What screen resolution is like for reading email and surfing etc.
    Any thoughts will be much appreciated on CRT, Flat panel or plasma.

    Gavin
     
  2. rct

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    You'll be far better off with either an LCD or plasma TV. CRT TVs aren't very good at displaying text from computers. You'll most likely find the resolution too low and the output blurry unless it has a dedicated VGA input like some Loewe models. If you will be using the computer with the TV a lot then LCD is your best bet as you won't have the risk of screen burn issues. Hope this helps ;)
     
  3. Gavin Oliver

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    Thanks RCT for the information about LCD / Plasma any recommendations for a good LCD TV's for Internet surfing.

    Gavin
     
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    I'd be happy to answer you, but better to post your question in the LCD forum :)
     

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