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Old May 14th, 2008, 03:26 PM   #16
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Mike, I have the same Samsung and it is awesome. Colors are good right out of the box in my case. And to top it off is 1080p.
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Old June 6th, 2008, 01:22 PM   #17
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You may also consider a black magic card and an off-the- shelf HDTV, such as the Vizio suggested above. I took my HV20 to Circuit City recently and found all of the LCD computer monitors (with HDMI in) looked horrible showing HD. The only HDTV I was satisfied with was the new Samsung 32" 1080p set-around $899 on sale. Colors looked great- very sharp.

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Wow, I took my DVD player to circuit city to hook it up, the manager told me to go jump in the lake. Ok, he just told me an emphatic 'no.' To which I went across the street to Best Buy and bought my TV, since they had already plugged my DVD player up to a TV I was interested in.

As for this thread, I'm also wondering about using a TV for mainly editing. I have a monitor for color correction. I'm wondering how big would be too big for doing editing. I have a 2 year old Matrox card, 128 par, and will plug my Samsung 32 inch to see how that looks. I already know, that I'll have to change my desktop settings to something that matches the widescreen ratio.
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Old June 7th, 2008, 07:30 PM   #18
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[QUOTE=Mike Jensen;876706]Daniel,

"You may also consider a black magic card and an off-the- shelf HDTV, such as the Vizio suggested above. I took my HV20 to Circuit City recently and found all of the LCD computer monitors (with HDMI in) looked horrible showing HD. The only HDTV I was satisfied with was the new Samsung 32" 1080p set-around $899 on sale. Colors looked great- very sharp."

Is there any benefit to using the black magic card out to a hd lcd tv as opposed to my video card hdmi out? I was considering the 19" samsung for "low budget" color correcting but it's only 720p. Will this be problem?
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