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    Hi guys ive been searching the net for the best 32 inch tv that is also good for use as a pc monitor. I would like it to be 1080p, and support pc reolutions of the same ilk. there seems to be a lot of confusion over wich model/make to select to select. Basicly i need it to be able to play pc games, xbox games, and blue ray movies, at a good quality resolution, with no motion blur.

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    Have you bought one by now?

    I used to use a 40" Sony Bravia LCD but then upgraded to a 58" Samsung plasma, both primarily as monitors (I don't watch any broadcast TV, nor have a TV licence). I was getting blur on some FPS games with the Sony which has now gone while using my plasma, however I now have to be a bit careful of burn-in, mainly while working on the desktop for long periods of time. If you're game and movie intensive, I'd go for a higher end brand plasma, to reduce blurring with decent burn protection. Not sure about console games though, never play them.

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    Try this:

    http://www.viewsonic.com/products/lcd-tvs/n3235w.htm?


    Remember, I think the response time of HDTV's as monitors is lower. The response time of this is 8ms compared to 5ms or 2 ms on some monitors.
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