20 inch TV's, are they all the same?

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Mike Milillo, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Mike Milillo

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    I was looking to replace my bedroom TV, but didn't want to spend too much money. I have a 19 inch now, and was thinking of just replacing it with a 20 inch. I have seen them range from 100-300 bucks. I have 2 questions...

    1. With this size TV, does it matter if I get a flat screen or a traditional curved screen?


    2. When it comes to brands, are all pictures similar at this tube size? What brands are good, and what are bad? thanks
     
  2. John S

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    Two very subjective questions....

    I'd still go the best price I could find on a fixed pixel ED something. Even in that size at a min myself.
     
  3. Mike Milillo

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    apex makes 20 inch flat screens for 125-150. How do you feel about apex?
     
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    I'm not sure what to make of Apex, truth be told. MOst regaurd them poorly. But I have encounted quite a few different components over the last few years, they all seemed to work as they were supposed to work. Do they offer an ED panel in that size for a decent price? I'd still be inclined to go that route over any 480i only display as long as the price premium wasn't to much more.
     

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