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I'm looking for a 32" TV/monitor. The following things are a must:

1080P

Individual calibration of RGB

Computer input

S Video, and composite inputs to monitor my home theatre processor

Of course HDMI which they all seem to have.

under $550 shipped would be nice.


Viewing distance 4'

Sound will come from my HT rig, so that isn't an issue.


I'll be using it to watch some T.V. news and stuff, to spare the constant use of my JVC RS-10U projector. It will also be my computer monitor. It must also have a regular computer input, so that I can see what the computer is doing as it boots, and if I have to go in to safe mode etc. The one I was one mouse click away from buying is the Sony KDL-32EX400. It fits every single thing that I have mention but I wonder about the RGB calibration. I've seen some real cheap T.V.'s that have it, but I can't find anything about it in the owners manual. If a few people are absolutely sure that it has that, I'll buy it tomorrow morning.

I really was ready to click, "Purchase Now", and I thought that I better check with you guys first. LOL The OTHER alternative to RGB adjustment, is one that nails the colors correctly out of the box, say with a "natural" setting or something. The reason I need that, is I'll be doing a bit of color adjusting with certain video files, and I want to have an accurate reference in the first place.
 

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If you could live with a 25.5" Newegg has an ASUS computer monitor on sale for about 1/2 what you are looking at spending that includes everything but s-video.
 

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Thanks Man! I need the bigger size though. I went with the Sony. I just ordered it, and I couldn't wait anymore. My RS-10 HATES ME for surfing the net on it. LOL Should get it Thurs.
 

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There hasn't been TV I've seen yet that looks good connected to a desktop. 52 inches and 1920x1080 is just too small of resolution. It'll be nice if they had like 2560x1600 at that size.
 
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