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Default Re: 20-24" High end HD monitor needed

Originally Posted by jfenwick View Post
Yeah...the LG looks good if i go TN.

The 226bw is not true HD, I'd like to get a monitor that supports true HD to get the full potential out of blue ray and my HD home videos.

Was looking at this one from lenova, is the only HD 22" none TN monitor I could find. But have to pay for it:

Acer makes good monitors. Get their x24 or p24. Only difference is their response time 2ms to 5ms and they are TN's I believe. LG is MVA panel by the way

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