19" LCD TV recommendation? (in UK)

Discussion in 'Displays' started by jonm, February 25, 2011.

  1. jonm

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    Can anyone recommend a 19" LCD TV which also works well as a PC monitor?

    I want to replace the TV I have in the kitchen as it won't do 50Hz when connected to the PC in there
    so the picture quality from MP is all jerky as a result.

    So what I'm after is a 19" TV/monitor that has analog and digital TV capability (UK) and has
    HDMI input for a PC... any suggestions welcome :)



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    Your best bet would be to look round eBay, or sometimes there are good deals on HotdealsUK. Would another idea, not be to put a TV Card in your PC, which would in effect avoid the need for it to be a TV Also.

    But I suppose you already gor one now.
     
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