The quality will definitely be shitty. TVs have much larger pixels than computers, everything will look stretched and washed out. The resolution will be way off, text will be unreadable, and colors will look pale and shitty.FUCKORBEFUCKED said:quality is more than likely to be shitty.
Hypertron said:alot of newer tv's now come with DVI or S-Video imput so find one with that.
Samsung Syncmaster 930mp. It has built in TV and FM radio tuners and can be connected thru DVI. Of course it's about $700. Sony MFM-HT75W can also be used as a hybrid TV/Monitor. It's about $600. So, yeah an ATI all-in wonder would be way cheaper.Descent said:They did that on "The Screen Savers" on TechTV once, but it ran through S-Video .
It was a Samsung.