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First off: stop shopping at WalMart.Originally Posted by imageWIS
Any TV you buy today, if you plan on keeping it for any length of time, should probably be a widescreen capable of resolving at least 760p HDTV signals. In a few years, most broadcasts will be in that format. I'm sure you can find a HD LCD in about that size for a similar price, given that 32" ones go for under $900 now.Originally Posted by SGladwell
In other words, if it says "HDTV compatible" I'm good to go, correct?Originally Posted by Stu
No. Make sure that the specs say that it resolves 720p. Also, don't count on the sales help, they'll know less than you.Originally Posted by edmorel
No. Make sure that the specs say that it resolves 720p. Also, don't count on the sales help, they'll know less than you. Also, don't listen to Jon, he gets commissions from Sony. ( I kid, I kid!!!)Originally Posted by edmorel
is there a t.v. you can use as a computer monitor or vice versa?Originally Posted by matadorpoeta
The Phillips model I linked has that capability, as do most LCD TVs from what I understand. In fact, as soon as I get this baby mounted on the wall in my bar I'm going to subscribe to MLB TV and use it to watch my Cubbies when they are not on cable.Originally Posted by Stu
thanks stu,Originally Posted by matadorpoeta