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Old 05-18-11, 11:44 AM   #13
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I say get both your choice of 3D TV etc and a comp monitor. If you can afford a 3d TV and a GTX 590...u can spare a few for a decent sized 20-24" comp monitor.

Dont fret, dont worry just go and buy it.

Either way, you can connect both to your computer and also connect the 3DTV to a console, DVD player or blu ray player.

For reviews of 3D TVs by brand...google reviews.
i wont buy 20-24 computer monitor coz i dont want waste my money
i can afford a 3D TV and GTX 590 or new model
i will put 3d TV for computer table i sit chair close tv too
i using CRT Monitor 17inch i sit chair with close monitor too for computer table

any problem for 3d tv
how about brand Sony its good ??

i have Sony LCD TV 55EX500 for Movies and Live TV Channel too
sony give me free Sony BDV-E370 with speakers very nice i bought December 2010 crismass promotion
picture quality very nice 55inch
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Old 05-18-11, 09:06 PM   #14
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A 24" mon wont cost you much. They are as cheap as peanuts.

Dont worry about text on HD TV, they will be clear.

One thing, if you want to do 3D gaming on 3D TV...with 3D vision, you can forget that. (hardware limitations)

Watching 3D movies with 3Dplay....you also have to buy that software I think from NVIDIA or a module/unlock from Cyberlink (powerDVD guys)


GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND!!!

Here's a whole list of reviews for Sony TV's go and search for 3D Tvs there

http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...808675_&tag=bc

PS getting a huge ass 3D TV only a 1-2 feet from you is probably a bad idea...
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Old 05-19-11, 10:39 AM   #15
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A 24" mon wont cost you much. They are as cheap as peanuts.

Dont worry about text on HD TV, they will be clear.

One thing, if you want to do 3D gaming on 3D TV...with 3D vision, you can forget that. (hardware limitations)

Watching 3D movies with 3Dplay....you also have to buy that software I think from NVIDIA or a module/unlock from Cyberlink (powerDVD guys)


GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND!!!

Here's a whole list of reviews for Sony TV's go and search for 3D Tvs there

http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...808675_&tag=bc

PS getting a huge ass 3D TV only a 1-2 feet from you is probably a bad idea...
sorry i wont buy 24inch computer monitor i dont want put my computer table
coz i will put 3DTV Computer table so i wont use 24inch computer monitor that mean will waste coz no use 24inch monitor

so i wont buy 24inch monitor ok

u can seen screenshot i ask nvidia customer servies about tv
they said no good HDTV why what problem
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Old 05-19-11, 11:57 AM   #16
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hi i plan buy new 3D LED TV Brand Sony 40inch
i can buy nvidia GeForce GTX 590 high end lates
so if i set 1920x1080 for 3D LED TV
i will use internet surfing net and documentation and PC games play
surfing net and reading text any problem
text can be 100% clear ??? reading net for set 1920x1080 for 3D LED TV lates model full HD
i know set 1920x1080 that mean its full HD 1080P for computer connected HDMI like that lates high end Nvidia Geforce GTX lates
any problem to use LED TV 3D
For clear text you have to look for three things:

Does the TV have a defeatable contrast correction?
Does the TV support 1:1 pixel scaling?
Does the TV do 4:4:4 chroma subsampling?

If the above 3 are true, your TV will display text and graphics as sharp and clear as any PC monitor. Doesn't matter what brand. Sadly even the most well known brands don't always meet this criteria. I owned a really inexpensive westinghouse TV that did the above and was a great HTPC monitor.

I currently own a 46" Samsung UN46C6300 that does all of the above but only in HDMI port 1, and it's a great PC monitor, and is in fact my dedicated PC monitor (I'm using it to type this.)
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so i wont buy 24inch monitor ok

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Old 05-19-11, 11:33 PM   #18
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For clear text you have to look for three things:

Does the TV have a defeatable contrast correction?
Does the TV support 1:1 pixel scaling?
Does the TV do 4:4:4 chroma subsampling?

If the above 3 are true, your TV will display text and graphics as sharp and clear as any PC monitor. Doesn't matter what brand. Sadly even the most well known brands don't always meet this criteria. I owned a really inexpensive westinghouse TV that did the above and was a great HTPC monitor.

I currently own a 46" Samsung UN46C6300 that does all of the above but only in HDMI port 1, and it's a great PC monitor, and is in fact my dedicated PC monitor (I'm using it to type this.)

how about this link http://corp.sony.com.my/bravia/product-hx92.html

whare can check for
Does the TV have a defeatable contrast correction?
Does the TV support 1:1 pixel scaling?
Does the TV do 4:4:4 chroma subsampling?
?? i want check to
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Old 05-25-11, 12:56 AM   #19
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Sorry I meant sharpness correction where I said contrast correction. Anywho, the manufacturer rarely lists whether or not it does any of these things, mainly because most consumers never ask. I wouldn't count on Sony TV's meeting this criteria though. Some of these things you have to find out for yourself, and you can do that by asking these questions on HTPC enthusiast forums, like avsforum.com, where people who actually own these sets have personally tested them for the things I mentioned above.

Frankly if I was in the market for a 3D tv (which I'm not, mainly because I really don't think the technology has matured yet) I wouldn't really count on most sets being any good for doubling as a PC monitor.

BTW, I won't consider 3D tech to be matured until there are circular (as opposed to linear) polarized passive displays, with full 1920x1080 resolution (NOT 1920x540 like many passive displays do) which also includes the three criteria I mentioned above.

Honestly I hate active 3D with a passion. I don't like the idea of wearing big heavy glasses which have to be aimed at an IR sensor that is susceptible to people walking in front of it and forcing you to have to wait for a resync, not to mention having to worry about draining the batteries. Passive 3D is the way to go, but again, only once it has matured.
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Old 05-27-11, 09:29 AM   #20
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Sorry I meant sharpness correction where I said contrast correction. Anywho, the manufacturer rarely lists whether or not it does any of these things, mainly because most consumers never ask. I wouldn't count on Sony TV's meeting this criteria though. Some of these things you have to find out for yourself, and you can do that by asking these questions on HTPC enthusiast forums, like avsforum.com, where people who actually own these sets have personally tested them for the things I mentioned above.

Frankly if I was in the market for a 3D tv (which I'm not, mainly because I really don't think the technology has matured yet) I wouldn't really count on most sets being any good for doubling as a PC monitor.

BTW, I won't consider 3D tech to be matured until there are circular (as opposed to linear) polarized passive displays, with full 1920x1080 resolution (NOT 1920x540 like many passive displays do) which also includes the three criteria I mentioned above.

Honestly I hate active 3D with a passion. I don't like the idea of wearing big heavy glasses which have to be aimed at an IR sensor that is susceptible to people walking in front of it and forcing you to have to wait for a resync, not to mention having to worry about draining the batteries. Passive 3D is the way to go, but again, only once it has matured.
okey
why i need 3DTV because when i want watch movie 3D that i need 3DTV
link http://corp.sony.com.my/bravia/product-hx92.html
u have check that model its good or bad

last time i already ask at avsforum.com many people say no good to use HDTV
and no help for me
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Old 05-27-11, 10:15 AM   #21
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I use a Pana TC-P50VT25 for movies (3d or not), 3D gaming and some brief webz, mostly clips or pics without text when wifey is away
While the text is readable, it give me a headache in no time and it wont replace a good PC monitor.

So buy a PC monitor AND you beloved 3DHDTV LED...
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Old 05-29-11, 10:29 AM   #22
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I use a Pana TC-P50VT25 for movies (3d or not), 3D gaming and some brief webz, mostly clips or pics without text when wifey is away
While the text is readable, it give me a headache in no time and it wont replace a good PC monitor.

So buy a PC monitor AND you beloved 3DHDTV LED...
i dont want buy PC Monitor i dont like
i pefer 3DHDTV because color batter then pc monitor
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Old 06-13-11, 09:28 AM   #23
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Do you HAVE to have a 3DHDTV LED monitor? Why not buy a regular monitor and then see if you will like your setup...?
i dont have 3DHDTV LED TV
because i dont want buy PC monitor because Color loss Then TV
i know hdtv much color batter then PC monitor
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Old 06-17-11, 11:41 AM   #24
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please help i still waiting about hdtv
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