Poll: Do you use MP with monitor, LCD-TV, Plasma? (1 Viewer)

What kind of display do you use with Media Portal?


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tomtom21000

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  • April 22, 2004
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    Hi all,

    I would like to know with what kind of display u use or intend to use mediaportal.

    As i wrote in another post, I use it with an ordinary 68 cm (26.7" inch) 4:3 TV-Set.

    tomtom21000
     
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    Anonymous

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    I use both LCD displays in various rooms, and an LCD projector in my theater room. You might consider including projection devices in any subsequent polls.

    There are plenty of folks out there interested in your project as a front end for their home theater. DVD quality (playing from disk and HD) and ease of use are top priorities for me.
     

    tomtom21000

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    mmh, your right. Didn´t think of projection, though this is really lying on the hand. Can´t change the poll anymore, sorry.

    tomtom21000
     
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    Anonymous

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    No worries, It's early in the process so such considerations still have time to develop. It has excellent prospects. Once the port is completed and major bugs are removed it's going to give other HTPC front ends a real run for thier money.
     
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    Anonymous

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    i use a 15" lcd for desktop & osd
    and sony-beamer or tv for video/dvd & visualizations.
     
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    Anonymous

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    I haven't voted in the poll, cause the option is missing:

    I'm using LCD + CRT at the same time (laptop + old used CRT next to sofa)
     

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