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post #1 of 3 Old 04-29-2013, 09:20 AM - Thread Starter
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I apologize in advance if I'm asking a question that others have asked before, but since the state of the art changes so rapidly, I'd like a fresh look at what's out there.

I just bought a modest new video workstation from Rain Computers. This is the most expensive "desktop" PC that I've ever bought, and since it's a dedicated video workstation I need a display to match. I'm going to be doing up to (1920x)1080p60 video for the time being. No 4K for me yet. Any suggestions? TIA

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Are you going to use HDMI out or an HD-SDI?

If you are using HD-SDI, Marshall is pretty much an industry standard. NEC's are also good, and usually have hdmi inputs.
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Are you going to use HDMI out or an HD-SDI?
Since this is going to be hooked up to a computer, I need DVI first and foremost. HDMI and SDI would be nice, but not strictly required. Since the content I'm working on will be played on devices with HDMI outputs, that would be the first choice.
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If you are using HD-SDI, Marshall is pretty much an industry standard. NEC's are also good, and usually have hdmi inputs.
Thanks! Things used to be so simple when Barco ruled the TV monitor world. I've looked at some of Marshall's offerings, but they're mostly for video production. For the life of me I can't figure out why video professionals are settling for costly video monitors that can't display a full HD picture!

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