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Hdmi tv monitor


iqs

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Hi,I posted a thread regarding using my 32 inch LCD tv with my pc. The response was that it won't produce the kind of image quality a dedicated pc monitor will offer.this is more noticeable with text and photos.

We have seen hdmi tv monitors ,will this type of monitor produce equal image quality to a dedicated pc monitor ?. Thanks

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Nontek

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Hi, I have a HDMI TV/PC Monitor - I tried it with HDMI cable from my Laptop, but the difference was not noticeable. My laptop is new and does have HDMI as well as VGA output.

I have reverted to VGA only, my TV has both HDMI and VGA.

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KRONOS the First

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will this type of monitor produce equal image quality to a dedicated pc monitor ?.

No. HDMI although a little better,perhaps and it will transmit audio as well as video for day to day stuff a dedicated monitor is better. Gaming I am not sure as I have never gamed on my 32 inch. I prefer my 27 inch Dell for that,

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iqs

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Hi, Opted for a Samsung led pc monitor ,main reason was if I'm not happy with it I can't return it ,unles it develops a fault lol Cheers all

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