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I use a 37" tv/monitor set to 720P resolution

 

it works great when clients come - no having to squeeze in shoulder to shoulder

 

Lew

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47 minutes ago, Joe_Carrick said:

See my signature ;)

 

Mine too , but Benq has several newer Models out now including one with a built in KVM.

 

The VA Panel models were Okay for me and not as pricey as the IPS models , which is good as I wanted to go Dual.

 

M.

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2 hours ago, Joe_Carrick said:

See my signature ;)

Joe what resolution do you have the 55" set at, I have a samsung 40" have no trouble with elevation view but floor plans suck on it when showing to clients

 

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1 minute ago, chief58 said:

Joe what resolution do you have the 55" set at, I have a samsung 40" have no trouble with elevation view but floor plans suck on it when showing to clients

 

I'll have to check when I get home.

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17 minutes ago, chief58 said:

Joe what resolution do you have the 55" set at, I have a samsung 40" have no trouble with elevation view but floor plans suck on it when showing to clients

 

 

One of my 39" Samsung's had a PC Mode , it may help if you have it? but are you perhaps not using the TV's Native Resolution? ie 1920 x 1080 or ? I am assuming you mean the line work is all fuzzy?

 

M.

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M. my main monitor is where I have the floor plan on and it is duplicated to the larger samsung and that is where it doesn't look good just hard to see not fuzzy lines that I can see

 

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3 minutes ago, Kbird1 said:

 

One of my 39" Samsung's had a PC Mode , it may help if you have it? but are you perhaps not using the TV's Native Resolution? ie 1920 x 1080 or ? I am assuming you mean the line work is all fuzzy?

 

M.

Ill have to check to see if it has a pc mode, know where is the paperwork for his mum :)

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Duplicating maybe the Issue as i think it will try to use the Main Monitor's resolution in that case , where as if you only use Monitor 2 it should use the Tv's Native Res. , been a while since I tried any of that stuff though...

 

Most LCD are best veiwed at their Native Resolution though as they are optimised for it.

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Mick my setup is 3 the 27" has Chief on it with my lib moved over onto the 24" and they when needed for clients I take the samsung tv and move it from hdmi 1 to hdmi 2 this is how I get the duplicted screen of the 27" monitor if that makes sense

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When you duplicate screens they default to the lowest screen highest setting. IE if 1 is 4K and one is 1080, they will drop down to the 1080.... That along with other issues of different sizes causes different image quality, is why I have two identical.. TV / monitors, not as good as computer monitors but works for me after getting use to it. Clients love the ability to watch either screen......

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Thanks for the explanation Marc guess I will just keep doing what I am doing until something other comes also

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