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Old 04-01-2008, 07:57 AM   #11 (permalink)
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trust me dont go with a plasma. Becuase, like on my computer, ill go to grab a snack and something, and for 20 min, it will be on the same screen. And it will burn in.

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I think something in that range of monitors is good "22-24". It's LCDTV then. I plan on watching TV and using it for my PC. I got tired of the TV Tuner cards giving me problems and that annoying "no video capture device is found" or something like that and the fact that my current Viewsonic LCD has a mind of it's own on when to turn on and off is not good.

I figure the LCDTV have their own coaxial input for TVs so it's more direct. Even if my PC fails, I can still watch TV, hehe.

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