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I'm looking for a tv that will look best when connected to my laptop, i want to get an lcd tv mounted for displaying power point presentations and wanted to get your honest recommendation on brand of tv to buy and also size as well as resolution... thank you

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  • steffensco Jul 21, 2009

    thank you very much for all that info, do you know if this tv has a good viewing angle, just want to make sure that folks sitting at the end of the conference table aren't getting a blurred image... thank you

  • steffensco Jul 22, 2009

    thank you very much for all that info, is there any other model you'd recommend that is not as glossy cause i know sometimes glare can be an issue like you said.... thanks again for all your help

  • steffensco Jul 22, 2009

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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Well, I guess it all depends. If you are looking to put pictures on the screen then you want a better resolution and so would go with 1080 over 720(I am assuming you will have pictures shown and they will have a sharper image with a greater resolution). I think the tv below will be good for your needs as this tv is one of the best out there with its specs surpassing most other LCDs not to mention that it is one of the most highly rated tvs plus it has every input that you would ever desire in order to connect to the tv. This tv offers superb picture quality and is one of the best performing HDTVs available. Black levels are very deep, colors are very accurate, and there are plenty of adjustable settings for fine-tuning if desired. However, the screen is very glossy, which may be a problem in brightly lit rooms. It also offers excellent video processing. One of the most welcome features is customizable dejudder processing, which lets you adjust judder and blur settings separately. The tv can be bought at the following website link which is the lowest price I could find for it.
http://www.butterflyphoto.com/prodinfo.phtml?id=4731&ref=grabber

Samsung LN46B650 46" 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV LN46B650T1FXZA
Display Type - LCD
Diagonal Screen Size - 45.9 in
Viewable Size - 46 in
Aspect Ratio - 16:9
Max Resolution - 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio - 100,000:1
Display Refresh Rate - 120 Hz
Response Time - 4 ms

Broadcast Standards
Broadcast Format Displayed - 1080p (HDTV)
Broadcast Format Supported - 1080i (HDTV), 1080p (HDTV), 720p (HDTV)
HDTV Built-in Tuner - Yes

Interface
Interface Connection - Ethernet - RJ45 Twisted-Pair (XBaseT), USB - Universal Serial Bus
Input - Audio - 1/8" Mini (3.5mm), Component Video, Composite Video, Front/Side HDMI, Front/Side RCA Composite, HDMI, VGA
Output - Audio - Digital Optical


Let me know how this turns out and if you feel that you are looking for something smaller or cheaper, please let me know but this is a great tv for the money and I fully recommend it.


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I recommend Samsung.

Check the link below for more infomation on the product:


http://bestcovery.com/node/22258?whybest=1&best=8286

Best LCD TV


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Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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This is an example of a VGA Cable, and VGA connector, (Port),

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

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Hold the Fn key down again, and tap once more on the Display Toggle-Over key.

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Similar to Fluorescent lighting used in homes, and businesses, but on a MUCH smaller scale.

[ Average size is 2mm Thick, and the length is almost as long as the LCD screen is in height.

2mm is a little larger than 1/16th of an Inch.
More information on CCFL, and general guide to replacing,

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I'm looking for a tv that will look best when connected to my laptop, i want to get an lcd tv mounted for displaying power point presentations and wanted to get your honest recommendation on brand of tv to...


I have a 32 inch hd ready tv which frankly has got no made on it.It works great on almost all laptops that I have connected to it.MIne auto detects the resolution and changes appropriately when needed.
You need to get a tv that has:
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-sound input(pc to tv) which will be easiest

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