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I'm looking for a new PC monitor that has freeeview

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Niknak, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. Niknak

    Niknak Member

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    I'm looking for a 20-22" LCD computer monitor with freeview built in, can anyone recommend one for me?

    Thanks
    Ian
     
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  3. Dubplate

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    not to sure about the built in free view but you could get an LCD monitor, free view box and a scart to vga lead......:icon_thumright:
     
  4. ScoobyA4

    ScoobyA4 ding dang do

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    why get the extra box? get a digital card for the pc, and then you can record!

    You can alos look for normal LCD TVs, but make sure they have DVI socket. i have a 45" screen and can plug my PC in to it via this.

    Or get one with HDMI and get a dvi - hdmi cable off ebay for less than a tenner.

    sooooo many options, but you are unlikely to find a massive range of dedicated PC monitors with freeview, but you should find a good range of the above options.
     
  5. Dubplate

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    that tis true......:icon_thumright:

    a monitor will have a better resolution tho........
     
  6. Niknak

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    Went for the Hauppauge WinTV option, and I must say I'm impressed!

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  7. tomsinclair

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    I have a 37" and 42" LCD tv's with Freeview and plug my laptop into them and works great superb big monitors.
     

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