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Multiple screens, or one large 30+" LCD TV

Question asked by Chris Lindloff on Apr 29, 2010
Latest reply on Apr 29, 2010 by Jerry Steiger

Does anybody run on a standard LCD tv with PC inputs?  You can very easily find 32" LCD TVS for $400, or I could get a couple of 23"-24" widescreen monitors for around $200 a piece.  Any thoughts.  My thought with the large screen I could have a big modeling window, with the 2 widscreens I would still only get about 13" of vertical height on a screen.  Two screens would be nice to have multiple parts open, but a single screen might be better for one part at a time stuff.


Do TV's really work with PC's very well?  I was told by a best buy techie geek that it would look spectavular with an HDMI connection.  I am worried about the pixels looking too large.


I have (2) Nvidia Quadro FX 3800, so I think they can both out put HDMI, or DVI.


Also I currently run a 21" square LCD, will I notice the lack of height when going to a widescreen 23" or 24"?  Would it be better to find a 1920 X 1200 rather than a 1920 x 1080?


Thanks, I want to make this choice right since it will be coming out of my own pocket, since the company won't pony up.