Date: 2012-01-03 11:05 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Having experienced quite a bit of this, particularly the issues with overscan, and the issues you *didn't* mention with video lag due to internal processing, I personally plan on purchasing a real LCD monitor for my next TV, rather than something intended as a "TV". I don't actually care about having a built-in TV tuner, since I watch TV through a Linux box running MythTV. I do, however, want to have analog inputs (composite and component) for game consoles.

Any recommendations for decent LED/IPS monitors which have composite and component inputs? Looking for something large (>27"), rotatable (yay for portrait coding), and high resolution (1080p or better).
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