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On Mon, May 9, 2022 at 2:01 PM Greg Wilburn
<gwilburn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm going to disagree with you. I've had numerous people try to use 36" TV's as monitors, and the resolution is no where near a smaller monitor.

Now for what Jerry is trying to do, it may be OK with a green screen. But what I saw was not good enough for "up close" work.

Well, you can certainly disagree with using a 36" TV on a desk, for
use by someone working *at* that desk, but no one was proposing that.

Whenever someone talks about using a TV as their computer monitor,
they mean using it while sitting some appropriate distance away, such
as on the couch where they would be watching a movie or TV show on
said TV.

And you talk about "what Jerry is trying to do" as though it's
something other than what I was talking about. He mentioned a "large"
TV, potentially 75 inches. Who is proposing "up close" work on a
75-inch screen???

John Y.

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