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I've been looking for a decent LCD to mount on the wall in the bedroom. I don't need anything expensive because it would get so little use. But I would like it to have a decent picture. I will be using it for 90% SD TV, and another 10% SD DVD's. There will be no HD conection to this TV right now(maybe in the future, but not now).
I'm a little scared of the 16 millisecond response time on the 32". Their 26" has a 8 millisecond response time.

My choice would be to mount the TV on the wall, but I would need at least a 32" due to the distance. My other option would be to buy the smaller TV and put it on top of the dresser.

Should I be worried about using all SD content with a 16 millisecond response time? Should I just buy the smaller 26" and not mount it on the wall? Maybe just use it's stand and put it on top of the dresser?


Thanks,
Nick
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Originally Posted by n737nc
I've been looking for a decent LCD to mount on the wall in the bedroom. I don't need anything expensive because it would get so little use. But I would like it to have a decent picture. I will be using it for 90% SD TV, and another 10% SD DVD's. There will be no HD conection to this TV right now(maybe in the future, but not now).
I'm a little scared of the 16 millisecond response time on the 32". Their 26" has a 8 millisecond response time.

My choice would be to mount the TV on the wall, but I would need at least a 32" due to the distance. My other option would be to buy the smaller TV and put it on top of the dresser.

Should I be worried about using all SD content with a 16 millisecond response time? Should I just buy the smaller 26" and not mount it on the wall? Maybe just use it's stand and put it on top of the dresser?


Thanks,
Nick
All I can say is that there have been many complaints about the Dell's having bad ghosting. I heard one person who went through two and just gave up because they couldn't handle the ghosting/response times.
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All I can say is that there have been many complaints about the Dell's having bad ghosting. I heard one person who went through two and just gave up because they couldn't handle the ghosting/response times.

Wel I have only been cosidering the Dell because we(my company) get such a nice discount from them, and no interest for a year is also very nice. But I'm sure I can get the no interest thing from someone else, just not the really low price.

Like I said, I don't want to drop a fortune for a TV in the bedroom.
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