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Recommend a 32-37 inch monitor, please

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Racer686, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. Racer686

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    Hi Guys,
    I have purchased a Simxperience Stage III this weekend and now my head is spinning, planning for the monitors to use with it. I will run 3 monitors in an Eyefinity setup. I want 32-37 inch 1080p but I read all sorts of negatives about running a tv as a monitor eg tv x doesn't do 4:4:4 chroma via hdmi, therefore the text has a red halo or tv y has too much input lag because it does picture processing , therefore you're 4-5 frames behind what's going on.. Paralysis by analysis as they say. I would like some real world comments from x-simmers who use large tv's as monitors for race sims as to what's a good lcd to get and which to stay away from.

    Thanks,

    Peter
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    the LG 32ld450 has amazing quality and speed, my friend is running one and I myself have been trying to get one but they are all out of stock here. They are really innexpensive (£240) but dont let that fool you.
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    Thanks for the input. I have read about how good the LD450 is as a computer monitor, but I face the same problem as you, they are gone from the store shelves in Canada too. Two months ago when I started researching monitors, they were on sale, who knew it's be a final sale.

    Thanks

    Pete