Originally Posted by Rykoshet
I meant more for having an on-the-wall monitor setup. The people who buy monitors for a multi-monitor setup spend hours removing bezels, etc, and it seems like a TV with minimal bezel is a lot less trouble. Take, for example, three 32" TVs vs three 27" monitors...
And then, since it's running on your computer, would any regular media player not just play full-screen, stretching or up-sampling your signal to fit a 3240x1920 "monitor"?
Maybe it's not possible with the inputs on these TVs? Maybe I'm asking too many questions??
Just as a monitor, yeah that would probably work. You'd probably just need to make sure your graphics card had a output to input into each TV
You second concern would be pixel density. Are you familiar with pixel density and viewing angles. Basically the closer you are to a screen the higher the pixel per inch needed for the screen. So that's why 27 or 30 inch monitors have resolutions much higher than 1080p. If you going to use 3 TV monitors as one screen or computer you going to have to sit further away or else it will look like crap. In general because of this using a TV monitor as a computer screen is not something I would recommend.
30 inch monitor @ 2560 x 1600 PPI= 100
32 inch TV @ 1920 * 1080 ppi =68 PPI
The tv is almost half the monitor. So at the same distance the TV will look bad compared to the monitor.
Hope I understood your question