I do! Well it is through a comcast cable box, but it should be similar. I do have the advantae also of having the high definition box which allows me to use the component connections. If you have the box, just check the back for which outputs it has and make sure the Dell monitor you want has the right inputs. As long as the box allows you to output with something other than coax, the monitor should have the input.
The other thing you need to consider is audio. You need to make sure whatever setup you have can accept the audio (and that the box outputs audio on a separate line, which is really only a problem if the box only outputs with coax.)
If you have any more specific questions, let me know.
I have a dell 2405 which I have over the course of two years managed to hook up just about every kind of connection. (PS2, PS3, cable, broadcast, computer, video cam). Never had any issues, and the picture has always been top notch.
Thanks. My box is hd and has hdmi, component, svideo and coax so i shoudlnt have a problem. Is it possible to to watch tv through the cable box while using the computer. I guess it would have to be in a window.
Yes, but you need to make sure you get a tuner that is digital (has an ATSC tuner). Two of the best that I have seen from reviews are the Avermedia combo m780 and the Hauppauge WinTV PVR 1600. I have the 1600 and it works quite well (although the packaged software is garbage). The 1600 is PCI while the m780 is PCIe 1x.