inexpensive tft screen 17" with built in speakers

  colcol 15:20 29 Aug 03

can anyone recommend a reasonably priced 17" tft screen with built-in speakers pse?

  rickf 15:40 29 Aug 03

If you find a good one with dvi connection as well as D sub, forget the speakers as these are usually very tinny

  rickf 15:43 29 Aug 03

Mine's a Proview and I have been well pleased with it. Got it nearly 8months ago for £297 on offer. Probably cheaper now but there's lots to choose from at the mo. I would advise getting it from a retailer as you can always try ( if you ask nicely) it to see that there are no dead pixels before you take it away.Reproduction is good but speakers are no worth mentioning.

  Djohn 16:37 29 Aug 03

click here This is the one I have, it's superb, forget the speakers though, only ok for system sounds.

  Djohn 16:38 29 Aug 03

Highly recommended at Over clockers UK for gaming.

  lozparry 17:46 29 Aug 03

I've just got a new PC with a Sharp LL-T17D3B(DVI+speakers)about £350. Check out the lastest labs test in PC PRO.

  Patr100 19:30 29 Aug 03

In front of me is an Iiyama AS4316 -
Normal price £475 + vat price £325 + vat

17in - with speakers (Ok for basic sound monitoring which is all I needed, so frees a power socket for something else) Analogue and DVI inputs. 3 year swap out warranty.

  Patr100 19:35 29 Aug 03

Sorry, it's 269 + VAt at Dabs making it around £320 with the VAT.

  colcol 19:37 29 Aug 03

tks for all help. have now ordered screen from dabs.

  The Sack 19:45 29 Aug 03

Acer AL712, built in speakers plus a DVI connection, response time is 20ms rising and falling and it costs £320 inc VAT

  SonnyB 21:40 29 Aug 03

Please look at "Buy this" post.

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