If you’ve got a new HDTV, or even an older model, you’ll no doubt have a host of interface connections on the back panel. You may even have a few on the front. Even if you’ve taken the time to read the manual that came with your TV, you may not always know why or for what purpose those connection points serve.
So you’ve got your budget sorted, you know what size of TV and features you want, your next hurdle to overcome is what brand to go for. Sure, there’s lots of cheap makes out there all vying for their share of the lucrative TV market, but are they any good?
If you want to get the most from your experience watching HD television, DVD and video games on your Home Theater PC you need a high definition monitor. Understanding that fact is the easy part. Knowing which monitor is best for you and keeping up with changes in the high definition monitor industry might not be quite as easy.
Using an LCD as an HTPC monitor starts to be quite common nowadays. LCD TV is an obvious way of setting up an computer in a home theater, but which LCD TV would be the best one to your needs. In this article we will look at the characteristics that makes a certain LCD TV model optimal to your needs.