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Anonymous
June 4, 2005 10:25:43 PM

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I am shopping for a 20- or 21-inch 4:3 LCD TV for my dorm room. Most if
not all of what I'll be watching is traditional-format, non-widescreen
coaxial cable, videotapes or DVD. I understand that the picture on an
LCD is less crisp than that of a CRT set, but would like to choose a
brand and type that minimizes pixelation. Thanks in advance for
suggestions.

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Anonymous
June 4, 2005 11:35:42 PM

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I'm noticing most of the 20 and 21-inch sets have resolutions of either
640x480 or 1024x768. Is the increased resolution noticeable for non-HD
programming, or would the picture be relatively grainy in either case?
Thanks.

Mack McKinnon wrote:
> I bought a Sylvania 15" LCD TV set for my office desk from Amazon. Model #
> 6615LE. $289.94 with free shipping. Nothing fancy but does the job. Good
> picture and the price is right. Read the reviews on the Amazon page.
>
> mack
> austin
>
>
> "noahd34@rcn.com" <noahd34@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1117934743.520524.88330@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> >I am shopping for a 20- or 21-inch 4:3 LCD TV for my dorm room. Most if
> > not all of what I'll be watching is traditional-format, non-widescreen
> > coaxial cable, videotapes or DVD. I understand that the picture on an
> > LCD is less crisp than that of a CRT set, but would like to choose a
> > brand and type that minimizes pixelation. Thanks in advance for
> > suggestions.
> >
Anonymous
June 5, 2005 5:38:42 AM

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I bought a Sylvania 15" LCD TV set for my office desk from Amazon. Model #
6615LE. $289.94 with free shipping. Nothing fancy but does the job. Good
picture and the price is right. Read the reviews on the Amazon page.

mack
austin


"noahd34@rcn.com" <noahd34@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1117934743.520524.88330@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>I am shopping for a 20- or 21-inch 4:3 LCD TV for my dorm room. Most if
> not all of what I'll be watching is traditional-format, non-widescreen
> coaxial cable, videotapes or DVD. I understand that the picture on an
> LCD is less crisp than that of a CRT set, but would like to choose a
> brand and type that minimizes pixelation. Thanks in advance for
> suggestions.
>
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