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TV for Monitor replacement?

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My old, OLD 1:1 just got broken, recently. And i'm thinking about to buy a cheap 1080p 32-inch TV for replacing it. Is it a good idea? I don't really think higher refresh rate really matter that much for gaming. But, i dunno.

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42" Panasonic Plasma here :D

 

Though do understand that cheap LCD tv's can tend to have high input lag. try to find reveiws if u can, though it may be hard for TV that small. At the very least get one that has a 'game mode' option.

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WATCH OUT! no free meals to find, lots of tv-panels give screen-burn, which happens fast when used as a monitor! Suitable panel types are already in monitors. TVs often have too high input lag, gtg, or sceenburn. So be aware of TV panel used!

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So I have ran TV's for monitors for atleast the last 5 years.

 

The best buy insignia 32" 1080 tvs are a great deal  and theyre cheap

 

I plan to replace all 3 with with 50" tvs,  but I think thats pushing it for my current desk setup

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