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conference room flat screen

by smlbizman / November 12, 2008 3:41 AM PST

We are considering a new conference room and would like a large wall mounted monitor (42")to show our presentations on. Should I be looking at a plasma TV, a computer monitor, or other? We previously used a projector and thought we may be much better results with a computer and large screen. Any thoughts or suggestions. Would a TV work?

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yes a tv, sorta
by B123456H / November 15, 2008 4:08 AM PST

plasma isnt recommended for static images (phosphor burn-in risk)

you will need a better graphics card- one that supports HDMI

a 42" lcd tv might be what you need. provided the price tag of about $1000

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Thanks.
by smlbizman / November 16, 2008 11:10 PM PST
In reply to: yes a tv, sorta

Thanks, I appreciate the help, I'm a little new to this.

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