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Its great that you like your new screen, just don't get overly cocky and say its better than monitors. Resolution wise, my 28 inch hanns g is higher(1920 x 1200).
Whatever floats your boat, just don't bash other peoples.
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Only problem now is if you go to LAN's..

You'll have to pay for 2 seats.
Hilarious!
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post #13 of 71
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I am glad to got rid of Samsung SyncMaster 24inch; and recently purchased SONY Bravia 32inch that is my primary monitor & xbox 360 only! it has rich & higher resolution as an actual monitor (APPLE, DELL, HP, Samsung 24, 25, 27, or 30in). I have ZERO problem to read text, etc. SONY Bravia offers that let you use PC and play video games on the PIP 10in via xbox360. thats amazing cool!
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see the bold, Many thanks for your encourage. Definitely its work and dedicated for me, and feel no regrets to purchased it.

I am not in position to be argue with you over this. why should I lie or make up about it? ActuallyI did compare my previous Monitor's 1080p resolution to SONY BRAVIA 32in's resolution. they are exactly same rich & higher resolution as an actual monitor. *NO B$*...SONY BRAVIA has a specified PC mode automacally for PC. SONY is very GENIUS!

If PC hook up with VIZIO 32, it will looks as *$H!+* and sucks than SONY BRAVIA!

I am relieved lucky and happy with bravia 32in as the prefect primary monitor for gaming rig & XB360.
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*OMD*, thats ridiculous post I've read.
Your profile says your from the U.S., i sure hope you weren't born here because your english is atrocious.
post #14 of 71
Pretty sure 2560 x 1440/1600 > 1920 x 1080.
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see the bold, Many thanks for your encourage. Definitely its work and dedicated for me, and feel no regrets to purchased it.

I am not in position to be argue with you over this. why should I lie or make up about it? ActuallyI did compare my previous Monitor's 1080p resolution to SONY BRAVIA 32in's resolution. they are exactly same rich & higher resolution as an actual monitor. *NO B$*...SONY BRAVIA has a specified PC mode automacally for PC. SONY is very GENIUS!

If PC hook up with VIZIO 32, it will looks as *$H!+* and sucks than SONY BRAVIA!

I am relieved lucky and happy with bravia 32in as the prefect primary monitor for gaming rig & XB360.
I agree. TV gaming is awesome.

Now, they are both 1080P. Your 24 and your 32 both have 2 million pixels. Both are fine. 30 inch monitor will look better, but TVs look amazing.

They have larger pixels, and in turn are less clear, but you need to sit 5 feet away to enjoy it, and it doesnt matter in turn.
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just don't get overly cocky and say its better than monitors.
HONESTLY I have NO CLUE what you talking about. why I would say my HDTV is better than other monitors. its unnecessary.

But I dont care someone insult me something or call me names. I am PROUD OF that!
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post #17 of 71
I'm glad it's working for you OP. I have a friend who uses a 32 inch tv as a monitor and it looks pretty good. Keep in mind that the resolution is NOT as good as a true 30 inch monitor. In fact, a 30 inch monitor has over twice as many pixels, less input lag, and generally a larger color gamut. That's why 30 inch monitors cost 3 times as much as 32 inch TVs.

Anyway, I think that for the price (presumably around 300) they can make decent monitors for some people, but I just wanted to clarify the differences between the TV and a true monitor. There are some tradeoffs.
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post #18 of 71
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HONESTLY I have NO CLUE what you talking about. why I would say my HDTV is better than other monitors. its unnecessary.

But I dont care someone insult or call me names.
I really don't know how you earned 70 rep.

And as stated above your English is awful.

Also, your HDTV looks blurry and well, garbage.
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post #19 of 71
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*OMD*, thats ridiculous post I've read.
No, you are. Stop going around insulting people in posts. It's good that you're enjoying your TV, but saying it's better than a dedicated 23-24" monitor is subjective at best and insulting people for pointing things out is ridiculous.

With that attitude, you really have to wonder how this guy got 70 rep.
    
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post #20 of 71
I hated mine, pixel density was atrocious... and this was on a 40" Samsung.



And the text was blurry cause the overscan wouldn't fit properly, which is why I'll only game on a real monitor.
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