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Can I use a computer monitor for a kitchen TV
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Post 16 made on Thursday December 20, 2018 at 08:07
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On December 19, 2018 at 14:43, Hasbeen said...
There are 19-23" inexpensive televisions out there....I'm not proud of it, but I own an insignia. ...

I would assume you could use a monitor, they have an hdmi input...But I honestly don't know....but since they're so much more expensive, I just wouldn't do it.

A 19-23" Insignia is $60-$70. Can't get too broken up about it when it dies in 3 years when it was only $60.

I bought an Insignia for setting up analog HD surveillance cameras and it has come in handy for a lot of other things, too. I think it's 5 years old now and it has spent all of its time outside when I wasn't using it indoors, usually for only about an hour at a time but it has been in a house since last Friday and it seems happy enough. Might have cost $80- it has two HDMI and one analog input. My monitor is an LG refurb and it turns on/off automatically.
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Post 17 made on Thursday December 20, 2018 at 10:40
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I think i have a couple 24" sitting on a shelf Fins. You are more than welcome to one, or both lol. LG I believe. Think i have $80 in them. Im pretty sure they are 720 though.
Post 18 made on Thursday December 20, 2018 at 14:57
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On December 20, 2018 at 10:40, Ranger Home said...
I think i have a couple 24" sitting on a shelf Fins. You are more than welcome to one, or both lol. LG I believe. Think i have $80 in them. Im pretty sure they are 720 though.

Just bought a 19 Insignia at Best Buy. They are pretty thick - no smart features.
Post 19 made on Thursday December 20, 2018 at 15:10
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This is something that one of you deep pocketed manufacturers should be testing for us. Buy a couple 22"/24"/27" monitors...test discrete commands and connect a bunch of Apple TVs and let them run all day for a year.
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