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1. Samsung HL-R5067W 50 DLP HD-Ready
$1,011.99 $939.99 list($2,399.99)
2. Samsung SyncMaster 213T-Black
$998.99 $899.88 list($2,339.00)
3. Samsung SyncMaster 213T 21" LCD
Too low to display $5.00 list($479.99)
4. Samsung SyncMaster 710N-2 17"
Too low to display $499.94 list($979.00)
5. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD
$149.99 Too low to display list()
6. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer
$2,179.99 $1,999.99 list($3,469.00)
7. Samsung SyncMaster 243T Widescreen
$1,907.95
8. Samsung SyncMaster 242mp 24" LCD
$385.00
9. SAMSUNG SyncMaster 19" TFT LCD
$474.99 list($599.00)
10. Samsung SyncMaster 711T 17" LCD
$799.99 $649.88 list($1,059.00)
11. Samsung SyncMaster 193p 19" LCD
$779.94 $649.88 list($1,129.00)
12. Samsung SyncMaster 192MP 19" LCD
$550.94 $479.88 list($789.99)
13. Samsung SyncMaster 173P 17" LCD
Too low to display list($699.99)
14. Samsung LT-P1545 15" Flat-Panel
$506.34 $490.00 list($759.99)
15. Samsung SyncMaster 710MP 17" LCD
Too low to display $499.99 list($979.00)
16. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD
$429.99 $398.19 list()
17. Samsung SyncMaster 915N 19" LCD
$450.00
18. SAMSUNG SyncMaster 912N-Black
Too low to display $585.00 list($899.99)
19. Samsung LT-P1745 17" Flat Panel
$796.99 list($1,059.00)
20. Samsung SyncMaster 930MP 19" LCD

1. Samsung HL-R5067W 50 DLP HD-Ready Projection TV with Digital Cable Ready Tuner
list price: $2,999.99
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Asin: B0009EXVNA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 620
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Product Description

High-Definition TV--receives and decodes digital standard-definition and HDTV signals from over-the-air broadcasts (antenna required) and cable TV service (CableCARD required) * displays all signals at 720p * widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio * Texas Instruments DLP chip (1280 x 720 pixels) * Cinema Smooth Gen-5 720p Light Engine * contrast ratio: 2500:1 * ... Read more

Features

  • 30-Watt Stereo Audio System
  • HDMI Input
  • DLP TV
  • 2000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 1280 x 720p

2. Samsung SyncMaster 213T-Black 21" LCD Monitor
list price: $2,399.99
our price: $1,011.99
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Asin: B0000A03NH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 4526
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,600 x 1,200 native resolution, 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and DVI-D digital interfaces
  • 500:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness
  • Wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Compatible with PC, Mac, and Sun Microsystems; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars beautiful, but dead pixels
A beautiful monitor, but mine came with some dead pixels. Must use DVI inputs for best picture quality. ... Read more


3. Samsung SyncMaster 213T 21" LCD Monitor (Silver)
list price: $2,339.00
our price: $998.99
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Asin: B00009965D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 5813
Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High 1,600 x 1,200 resolution and fine 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • Dual digital and analog inputs for maximum versatility
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles
  • 250 nits of brightness, sharp 500:1 contrast ratio
  • 2-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good buy
I use this monitor exclusively for gaming. It's hooked up via DVI-D to an nVidia GeForce FX 5950 card. I have nothing bad to say about the monitor's performance - the games I play look spectacular with it.

I am used to a Sony Trinitron 19" CRT and now, when I look at the CRT alongside this Samsung LCD? The CRT looks terrible :)

Best part of this Samsung LCD? The blacks are REALLY black. When I use xterms the clarity of the text is out of this world.

If you can afford ~$1200, I really recommend this monitor to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Happy Customer
I've owned this Samsung (213T) 21.3'' Flat-Panel LCD Monitor for about a month now, and think it is an excellent monitor! My display had one dead pixel that's out towards the edge and can't even be noticed unless you know where to look. For a screen this size that's damn good. I've read in some reviews that criticize the brightness, that concerned me a little. But once I received my monitor I found that it not only was plenty bright enough, but I had to turn it down from the default setting! You definitely want to use the digital connection for hook up, don't even think of hooking up to the analog connection. I've played a few games and DVD's and have noticed very minimal ghosting. I love the adjustability of the stand, you can just about put the screen at any angle or position your heart desires.

All I can say is I don't know why I waited so long in purchasing this monitor it's just fantastic!

1-0 out of 5 stars Wish I researched Samsung's replacement policy before buying
Bought two of these monitors about two weeks ago. Both came with several dead pixels right next to each other forming an annoying blimp on the screen. Samsung agreed to replace both units. However, when the replacements arrived today, they turned out to be refurbished and with MUCH greater problems. One had a horrible color problem where one edge of the screen has one shade and the other another. Much worse when looked at from an angle. Another replacement was too dim even with brightness set to 100. Both refurbished monitors had many dead pixels. Apparently, this is acceptable to Samsung.
Beware! Samsung will only replace with refurbished monitors, so if yours comes defective, you are out of luck trying to replace for a new unit.
Needless to say, I will never buy Samsung again.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good picture quality, not good for gamers
This monitor has a truly amazing picture at 1600x1200, and the colors are great, too. With DVI, the picture is very stable and quite beautiful

HOWEVER:

If you are a hardcore gamer, pass this one up.

Many people may disagree with this, but for me the ghosting is too noticeable and it is distracting and can actually detract from your gameplaying.

For instance, if you play Unreal Tournament 2004 online, you need to be able to rotate the camera all the time while still retaining the ability to discern motion in the distance (say, an enemy running at you). With this monitor the ghosting is just too much and it can seriously hinder your playing.

However, everything else about it is good as far as LCDs go. For me, I am going to return this monitor and go with a ViewSonic 22" CRT instead. It's half the price and offers just as good a picture quality in my opinion. Plus, I like being able to run my monitor at any resolution without having to worry about interpolation. And, I'll say it again -- for me ghosting is a show stopper.

Here's a small experiment: try tracking the mouse pointer with your eyes in windows while moving it at various speeds. On this monitor is blurs easily. On a CRT it doesn't. If you are a gamer -- stay away. For this price you can get a CRT that will blow this LCD out of the water.

However, other factors such as the ergonomics of this monitor are pretty good..

5-0 out of 5 stars Tip if used in 90-degree "portrait" mode
Inasmuch as this monitor alone cost more than my last IBM computer system (including monitor and printer), I was highly critical of it the first couple weeks -- looking for dead pixels (none found) -- etc. I edit several newsletters in QuarkXpress and my eyesight is slowing failing. I bought this unit because of its nifty pivot-to-portrait-mode capability, a feature I value highly, and which reminded me of my old Macintosh Portait (monochrome) Monitor years ago, which I loved. Anyway, I was less than pleased at first with the sharpness of small fonts, when viewed in portrait mode: five lines were sharp, the next five line fuzzy, the next five were sharp, etc. In checking with Samsung's 1-800 technical support, a techie worked me through 20 minutes of fine adjustements until he suggesed I push the monitor's "Auto" button (I hadn't done so earlier, as I assumed incorrectly that it would merely discard all my fine adjustments are return to factory-preset defaults). But that did the trick! All type everywhere on the massive screen popped into equal sharpness, and now I'm 100 percent tickled with this unit and can recommend it to others. ... Read more


4. Samsung SyncMaster 710N-2 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $479.99
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Asin: B000300958
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3157
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 160-degree horizontal viewing
  • 300 nits of brightness, 600:1 contrast ratio
  • 12 ms response time; MagicTune and MagicBright functions
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

5. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $979.00
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Asin: B00026IN1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1124
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D signal inputs
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; pivot technology
  • 800:1 contrast ratio, 260 nits of brightness, 25 ms response
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

6. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer

our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0001WW3G6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 2355
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

An affordable monochrome laser printer, the ML-1740 from Samsung is designed for home and small business use and comes with some attractive features. With a 600 x 600 dpi print resolution, text is easy to read, while a 17 ppm print speed delivers jobs quickly, when you need them.

A 250-page paper input tray is accompanied by a single-sheet manual bypass feeder and a 50-page output tray. The printer accepts plain paper, envelopes, labels, and transparency media, as well as media weights ranging from 16 to 24 lbs bond via the tray and 16 to 43 lbs bond via the manual feeder. The starter toner cartridge has an average life of about 1,000 pages (3,000 pages for the replacement cartridge), while a toner-save mode can reduce toner consumption by up to 40%.

USB and parallel ports allow you to easily connect the ML-1740 to your host computer. The 66 MHz processor combines with 8 MB of memory to handle small to medium size print loads, and the 15,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle provides reliability for home and office applications. Compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux operating platforms, the ML-1740 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Printer, paper tray, paper guide, power cord, starter toner cartridge, setup guide, driver CD-ROM; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Up to 17 ppm print speed
  • 66 MHz processor, 8 MB memory
  • Toner save mode reduces consumption up to 40%
  • USB and parallel ports; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for personal/small office/home office
It's noisy as heck while warming up, and I wouldn't call it quiet when it's printing. But it's pretty quick, has good text quality (print quality for graphics is only fair) and is inexpensive. You can frequently find rebates that drive the price down a little more.

I don't think I'd put it through heavy-duty use, but for a home office or small office, it should do the job pretty well. It also works with a parallel printer cable as well as a USB cable, which means I didn't have to replace the cable from my prehistoric inkjet printer when I upgraded to this little laser printer. That saved me from crawling around on the floor!

The manual comes only on CD-ROM; you might want to print out the important parts to keep handy. Installation was pretty straightforward on a machine running XP.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, toner is expensive...but no problem!
This is a great printer, it's fast without compromising quality. The toner replacement is around $70, which is on the high side for laser printers in this class. But I looked into refill kits and found that you can refill your toner 9 or 10 times for the same price as buying 1 replacement, it's worth checking out.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not suitable for sharing via a broadband router
I bought this to replace my 11 year old Epson AL1500 and was sorely disappointed to discover it will not work with a print server. Samsung Tech Support confirmed this and suggested I get a different printer.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware of toner costs
In interests of full disclosure, I chose not to buy this printer due to toner costs. Just check those costs before you buy. A 3000 page toner costs $70, versus $54 for the toner of an equivalent Brother (say the HL1440 which I have owned) or $70 for a 6000 page Brother toner. I think Samsung is known to do this "make the profit in the refills" for this printer. ... Read more


7. Samsung SyncMaster 243T Widescreen 24" LCD Monitor (Silver)
list price: $3,469.00
our price: $2,179.99
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Asin: B0001OJGQO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 30150
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Features

  • 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, fine 0.270 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and Digital DVI-D inputs
  • 300 nits of brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; pivot technology; optional wall mounting
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

8. Samsung SyncMaster 242mp 24" LCD Monitor with TV Tuner

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Asin: B0007Z1M4Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 39359
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Product Description

Samsung Monitors & Printers (242MP-SILVER) 24.06"/24 1920x1200 LCD ... Read more

Features

  • 2 attachable 5-watt Virtual Dolby speakers
  • 1,920 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 500 nits of brightness, 16 ms response
  • Wide 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • DVI-D, analog RGB, CVBS video, component video, S-video inputs; HDTV signal capability

9. SAMSUNG SyncMaster 19" TFT LCD Flat-Panel Monitor 930B

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Asin: B0009292SA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3735
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Samsung SyncMaster 930b is a 19-inch analog and digital TFT-LCD monitor delivering crisp, clean text and bright, vivid colors. This display offers a 700:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 1280 x 1024 resolution, 160/160 degree viewing angle, scanning frequency of 30-81 kHz horizontal and 56-75 Hz vertical and 0.294mm pixel pitch.

The SyncMaster 930b display offers the option of using either a digital or analog interface for viewing images and text. The Digital Video Interface (DVI) ensures a shaper, cleaner image and a more accurate representation of the original video source. Since video starts out digital in a PC graphics card, the digital output is directly interfaced to the digital input of the LCD panel and always provides the optimum quality image. In addition, no adjustments are required with a digital display, even when randomly changing resolutions. Input connectors for this display include 15-pin D-sub and DVI-D. Available in black, the SyncMaster 930b delivers a maximum of 16.2 million colors. The monitor is Windows Plug and Play DDC 2B compatible. To ensure years of reliable performance, the SyncMaster 930b is backed by a three-year parts and labor warranty, including the backlight. Toll-free, 24/7 support is also available for the life of the display.

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Features

  • Includes -D-sub cable; power cord; user's guide, monitor driver, Natural Color and MagicTune software
  • 19 (diagonal) TFT LCD Flat-panel 4 - 3 Screen / Displays up to 16.2 million colors
  • Ultrafast 8 ms response time
  • 300 cdm2 brightness; 700 - 1 contrast ratio
  • 30-81kHz horizontal frequency, 56-75Hz vertical

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor for Gaming
No Ghosting, extremely fast rate 8ms (almost unbelievable, but I am yet to experience a single ghosting incident while gaming or watching movies). Very good picture and very good design.

My only problem is that it is not made solid, and while punching your LCD screen should never be a habit, I still fear it will fall or break. That beings said, the base is very stable, and the chances of the LCD dropping off your desk is highly unlikely if even possible. Overall an excellent product well worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great looking, Super fast
I have just upgraded from alow budget17 in LCD from NEC/Mitsubishi. I upgraded for the bigger screen but wow! The picture quality and speed is nothin less than amazing. I felt it was a little pricey but the fellows at the store where I bought it said that for gaming, video, DVD movies and other things I do, this is a must. I am pleased to say that they where 100% correct. This monitor is more than I bargained for. Great response time 8ns and 700:1. seeing is believing, worth every dime. I am very pleased.

4-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't beat my old 17" crt
I know it's comparing apples to oranges but the Samsung 930B I just bought can't compete with my old 17" KDS Avitron CRT.

For DVD viewing it's black is more a dark grey than black. Watching the opening dark scene of The Matrix shows up the washed-out look of the image. That said, I don't see any ghosting of fast moving objects like I've noticed on older laptop displays so the 8ms response time must help.

For text it's TOO bright. I used to keep my KDS at brightness 60, contrast 20 when looking at text. Even at brightness 0, contrast 0 the Samsung still burns my eyes. I had to change my Radeon AIW's video card brightness from its default "middle" setting to almost all the way to the left to approximate the same look.

It's brightness is uneven. You can see a definite darkening of the corners/edges of the screen. Viewing position is crucial despite the 170 degree claim. Slightly moving my head causes noticeable (but tolerable) brightness changes in areas of the screen.

It'd be nice if the all of the MagicBright brightness/contrast settings were user-definable instead of just the Custom option.

The MagicTune 3.6 software causes a type of system lockup on Windows XP Home I haven't seen before. The mouse moves, and the capslock light still correctly changes, but mouse clicks are completely ignored, and Ctl+Alt+Delete no longer brings up the Task Manager. I have to hold in the power button and turn off my machine to regain control. I can use MagicTune to see current monitor settings but as soon as I change, for example, the brightness using the mouse... Oooops!

I used to velcro my 5.1 sound system's center speaker to the top of my CRT. Given the thinness of the Samsung that no longer will work. So I am looking at getting some sort of open-base monitor stand (like the Kensington 21in Monitor Supershelf).

The stand doesn't allow height adjustments like some other lcd stands do. I currently have the monitor sitting on top of two books, but am looking at a Ergotron Neo-flex stand (http://www.ergotron.com/3_products/flat_panel/neoFlex-DS/default.asp)

Bottom line: I like the 19" Samsung 930B enough to keep it rather than getting another 17" CRT (a 19" CRT was never an option due to space & weight considerations)... but I still miss the display quality of my old KDS.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Impressive
I got this monitor to replace a 17inch Sony LCD.My first impression was wow.I did not think that the improvement would be so big, the color's seem more life like and simply look amazing.Once you work on a 19inch LCD you will never be able to go back to a smaller size.The picture on this Smasung is outstanding and in games it is simply beautiful. I have worked with 19inch LCD's where they were slow in response time, this is defffinatley not one of those. One thing i should point out is that this monitor does have a DVI port on it, however it does not come with a DVI cable, avg price of a DVI cable can be around $30-$100 which blew me away. I got a $30 cable at a computer store and i feel that it was well worth it. ... Read more


10. Samsung SyncMaster 711T 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $599.00
our price: $474.99
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Asin: B0003009IU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17907
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Amazon.com Product Description

With the 711T from Samsung, you can take advantage of all the features that today's high-end LCD monitors offer. Boasting a bright 17-inch viewable image size, the 711T also has a slim 14.6-by-7.9-inch footprint and a thin 0.6-inch bezel that is ideal for multiple monitor setups.

With a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.264 mm dot pitch, images are accurate and sharp, while a high 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 of brightness deliver rich, lush graphics, and easy-to-read text. With 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, the 711T has one of the widest ranges of visual clarity in its class, allowing several people to comfortably view the screen.

This technologically forward-thinking monitor supports both analog and digital inputs, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of graphics cards. A pivot function allows you to rotate the display to optimize certain graphics applications, while VESA wall mount compatibility lets you hang the display from a wall, freeing up your desktop space for other uses. Plug-and-play compatible, the 711T is easy to set up, while its built-in power supply consumes just 34 watts of power during normal operation. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the 711T comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
711T LCD with base and built-in power supply, power cable, signal cable, user guide, CD-ROM with Pivot software, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Crisp 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, fine 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI inputs; built-in power supply
  • Wide 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250 nits of brightness, exceptionally high 1,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Adjustable height plus pivot; supports optional wall mounting

11. Samsung SyncMaster 193p 19" LCD Monitor
list price: $1,059.00
our price: $799.99
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Asin: B0001NKO34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3899
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 19-inch 193p from Samsung, an active matrix TFT LCD monitor with a small footprint and a number of useful extras, provides a high-quality image, advanced display technology, and a stylish design. Perfect for both home and business users as well as graphics professionals, the 193p delivers true-to-life images with its 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.294 mm dot pitch. A high 800:1 contrast ratio combines with 250cd/m2 of brightness and 24-bit color support (16.7 million shades) to provide bright, clear images and easy-to-read text.

This sleek monitor has a fast 20 ms response time, a 4:3 aspect ratio, a 30-81 kHz horizontal, and 56-75 Hz vertical scanning frequency. The 193p supports VGA analog input signals as well as digital (DVI-D) for advanced graphics cards.

With a small 16.7-by-9.3-inch footprint, the 193p fits easily onto any convenient surface and is also wall-mountable (VESA 100 mm), freeing up your valuable desktop space completely. TCO '03 certified, the 193p consumes about 40 watts of power during normal operation and is a plug-and-play ready to use right out of the box. Compatible with both PC and Mac platforms, the 193p also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, signal cable, power cord, quick setup guide, warranty card, CD-ROM ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and DVI-D digital inputs
  • 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 800:1 contrast ratio, 20 ms response time
  • Compatible with Mac and PC; 3-year warranty

12. Samsung SyncMaster 192MP 19" LCD Monitor with TV Tuner (Silver)
list price: $1,129.00
our price: $779.94
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Asin: B0000VD3LC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 8050
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog, digital DVI-D, video, component, and TV source inputs
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 700:1 contrast ratio, 250-nit brightness, 25 ms response time
  • Picture-in-picture, MagicBright technology, 3-year warranty

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars well worth the price!
if you are looking for a lcd monitor with tv tuner/pip/video capability, this is the one for you. unless you want the larger size version, that is.

great picture, sound quality, and features... you can't go wrong buying this monitor. only con is not having an included dvi cable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Little Expensive, But it's Great!
So, I've been indoctrinated into the Samsung MP Monitor strategy. I owned the 150MP moved up to the 170MP and now I just bought the 192MP. As PC Monitors, I find all of them to be pretty good. What I'm always looking for is a better TV/DVD. I was disappointed with the 171MP with it's lack of ability to connect a DVD player (although it did HDTV). So, that's when I bought the 170MP.

I looked at the 172MP, but if I was going to do, I was going to do the 192MP. I also looked at the 173MW which is a very nice monitor, but it was 17" as well although it is 16:9. It also had some nice PIP with side-by-side configurations. In the end, the side-by-side made the computer screen very small and I decided against it. I also looked at the Sharp LL-M17W1U, but again the 17" was too small in a 16:9 format. Both of these made the PC monitor screen too small.

How do I like the 192MP? It's great.

Pros
*Better speakers than it's predessors.
*The component connection with progressive scan capability is awesome. The past monitors were better PC monitors than video. This one is very nice with the component connection for DVD. I would say the video has surpassed the quality of the PC screen. (Haven't tried HDTV yet).
*Connections on the left side (for headphone, composite/svideo w/audio) are easy to access although it would have been nice if they face backwards instead of out to the side.
*The connections on the back are easier to get to than previous models.
*The wheel around the power button for channel and volume is a nice touch.
*Menu, Exit, Enter, Source, PIP, MagicBright buttons on the right side are handy.
*Having only the power button with the channel/volume ring makes the front look very clean and elegant.
*The infrared for the remote is below the power button works better than previous placement on the top. On older models, the placement at the top sometimes made it hard to get to with a glare screen on it.
*The monitor knows when nothing is connected to an input and it will skip it as a choice when scrolling through the inputs. So, you don't waste time passing through inputs with no connections.
*I don't do gaming, so I don't have an opinion there.
*There's a wide mode for the screen to watch DVDs in the 16:9 aspect ratio.
*PIP can be 4:3 or 16:9

Cons
*I liked the other models which showed which input it was on using LEDs and they took that away.
*Doesn't have a line out to let me go between external speakers and internal speakers (but the connection is on the side, so it's easy to pull in and out).
*The PIP isn't very flexible with size (one size) and position (four positions). The older models had more flexibility. The 150MP the most. It diminished a little with the 170MP.

Conclusion - This is doing what I want (above the 170MP I had). Bigger, better screen. Great for DVDs with component progressive scan. The speakers are much better. The look is much cleaner and it's more ergonomic. I'm very happy with this monitor. It's just really expensive. But, I think it does deliver.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor!
I shopped around for a flat LCD monitor with tv tuner. I didnt find much out there. I found this one and really liked all the features it has to offer. The quality and clarity is very crisp and clean. You can plug cable to this monitor and watch cable tv while you work on your computor from home. I recommend this LCD 19" flat monitor to anyone. A little expensive but well worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Glad I waited for this one.
I've been waiting to upgrade to an LCD monitor. After reading the review on Samsungs smaller *MP monitors, I knew that I wanted a built in tuner, but I also knew I wouldn't be as satisfied with a 17" LCD.

Read the announcement on this model months ago, but Samsung was forever getting it to market. Very happy I waited for it.

Picture is wonderful using the analog 15pin input, has DVI as well, but I probably won't bother with until I upgrade video card. Can't imagine that my picture will improve much.

Response time is faster that most LCD's. DVD's, online games, etc. look great. Every pixel works.

Was really suprised by the sound quality. I had planned to set up external speakers to enhance the sound. After hearing the sound on this, I'm not in any rush. The finest sound I've heard from any multimedia monitor. (and I've owned the incredible Toshiba with the built in subwoofer).

If you don't require or think you might want the built in tuner, Samsung has some similarly spec'd 19" lcd's that are more reasonably priced.

I'm glad I purchased this one. ... Read more


13. Samsung SyncMaster 173P 17" LCD Monitor (Silver)
list price: $789.99
our price: $550.94
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Asin: B0000W64XK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 7685
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 17-inch 173P from Samsung, a TFT LCD monitor with a small footprint and a variety of convenient extras, provides a high-quality image, advanced display technology, and a stylish design. Perfect for both home and business users as well as graphics professionals, the 173P delivers true-to-life presentations, thanks to 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.264 mm dot pitch. A high 700:1 contrast ratio combines with 270cd/m2 of brightness and 24-bit color support (16.7 million shades) to provide bright, clear images and easy-to-read text.

The 173P supports both DVI digital and analog input signals and connects to your computer via either a 15-pin mini D-sub cable (included) or a DVI cable (optional). With a small 15.1-by-9.3-inch footprint, the 173P fits easily onto any convenient surface and is also wall-mountable (VESA 75mm, bracket included), freeing up your valuable desktop space completely. A pivot function lets you turn the monitor 90 degrees, allowing you to view documents in either portrait or landscape orientation. Extremely wide 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles let you view the screen from nearly anywhere in the room, even edge-on. The MagicTune utility helps you to adjust your monitors settings for your particular viewing environment, while a number of preset display modes provide a quick and easy way to adjust settings.

The 173P consumes about 40 W of power during normal operation and under 2 watts during power save mode. TCO '03 and Energy Star certified, the 173P is plug-and-play ready to use right out of the box and is compatible with both PC and Mac platforms. It also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base/stand, D-sub signal cable, power cord, DC-adapter, VESA mounting bracket, quick setup guide, warranty card, user's guide and driver CD-ROM, pivot CD-ROM ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Supports DVI digital and VGA analog input signals
  • 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 270 cd/m2 of brightness, 700:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time
  • Includes VESA wall bracket; PC/Mac; 3-year warranty

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, but beware the software-only OSD
I recently purchased two of the 173P displays for use in a dual-monitor setup. They are truly gorgeous, with respect to both image quality and exterior fit and finish.

Unfortunately, Samsung's choice of the MagicTune software instead of a true hardware-based On-Screen-Display can be problematic. In my case, I wanted to calibrate the displays using my EyeOne system. Now, the first step in any good color calibration process is to accurately set the white point. I expected to use MagicTune to accomplish this, but found it sorely lacking. First, on my DVI connection I got no white point control--there was just nothing to click, a blank spot in the interface! Portrait Displays, the vendor that makes Display Tune (the software OSD rebranded by Samsung as MagicTune) says on their support site that "[the white point] sub menu may not function if you are using the digital connection of your graphics card and monitor". Hmm, rats. OK, how about the analog VGA connection for my secondary monitor? No luck. I found the granularity of the RGB primary adjustments to be very large, such that it was absolutely impossible to get the white point where it needed to be. Either R, G, or B was constantly over or undershooting the target.

Next, I tried using my video card driver's software RGB brightness controls to set the white point. It seemed OK at first, but failed after the profiling process. The white point was wacky on both monitors, and there were large inconsistencies in the color rendition between analog and digital that I couldn't live with. Any attempt to fine tune manually after profiling (again, using the video card controls) only made things worse. Granted, my particular video card setup is partly responsible, but having hardware color control in the monitor would have been REALLY nice at this point.

Finally, I found a solution in a shareware utility called PowerStrip. Among many useful features, it lets you tweak your video card color output (with individual brightness/gamma/contrast/temp controls for all RGB primaries) directly at the hardware level. I set both white points, profiled the monitors, and cleaned up the analog/digital inconsistency post-profiling in just a few minutes.

In spite of my minor ordeal, I really love the 173P and am very satisfied. All other aspects of the MagicTune software are a pleasure to work with--it's a bit odd that color control is so limited. At any rate, workarounds do exist for us color fanatics :)

(NB: my system runs Windows XP w/ a Radeon 9600XT)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the money
I wanted an LCD with top image quality for precise photo editing, as well as general use. The 173P was above average in price, but the image quality is outstanding. I use the DVI input at the native resolution of 1280x1024 and it looks great. In my opinion, the image quality is the best of any monitor I have seen. Contrast, color, and angle of view are all excellent.

I was worried about color and tonal accuracy when editing my images because many serious photographers recommend against LCD monitors for photo editing. These "experts" must be behind the times because my images on the 173P come the closest I have experienced to looking at my original slides on a light table. I calibrated with an eye-one display calibrator, but even before calibration I would rate the color accuracy as excellent.

I also use this monitor for text and gaming. Text looks great and is very readable, especially using ClearType on Windows XP. When gaming, I don't see any visible ghosting or other motion artifacts, so the response time must be adequate.

As you can tell, I am extremely satisfied with this purchase. I'm a picky buyer and usually have some nits to pick with almost anything I buy, but after 2 months of use I am 100% satisfied with this monitor. Not only does the image on the screen look great, the monitor itself has a very elegant design. It looks clean and simple and has a great range of position and angle adjustments. My 173P doesn't have a single bad pixel. You can get a cheaper LCD if you only want to use it for text, but if you want the best, you won't be disappointed with this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars 172X or 173P?...
After my 21 inch trinitron monitor started to go, i decided it was finally time to jump into the flatscreen arena. My desk is now supporting 50 less pounds, is much more open and i couldn't be happier. All thanks to Samsung's 173P monitor.

For the longest time, i've been one to say, "there's no way any flat screen could ever match (let alone beat) my trinitron in terms of image quality." Once the trinitron began to die, the idea of purchasing a new 60 pound beast with the knowledge that lighter and sleeker looking monitors are availabe, was not too appealing to be honest. So i began to search around online.

Quite quickly, i arrived at the conclusion that i wanted a Samsung LCD. i found an endless supply of accolades for Samsung's LCDs. i thought about the apple cinemawide monitor, but i absolutely despise apple as a company, and the technology in their cinema displays is outdated anyway - thus my decision to go with Samsung was finalized.

I narrowed my choices down to either the 172X or the 173P.

I initially purchased the 172X. The 12ms pixel refresh rate really hooked me. Ghosting has plagued LCD's since they first came about. The idea of no ghosting, really made me feel comfortable purchasing my first LCD.

I received the 172X and was impressed by the sleek look and the small footprint of this monitor. There was absolutely no ghosting. However, as was said before in an earlier review here, the viewing angle is ATTROCIOUS on this monitor. Even when looking at this monitor dead on, it can still be difficult to aviod seeing washed out colors...bright whites melting into yellows, deep reds bleeding into pink. It was really dissappointing. So, after about a week with the 172X, i decided to send it back and shell out another 50 dollars for the Samsung 173P monitor...

boy, was it worth it.

The Samsung 172X monitor looks great, but the 173P monitor one ups it. Even before you turn it on, this monitor wows you with it's design. There are NO buttons on the face of the monitor, minus the touch sensitive power button and input changing button (hold your finger there for a moment and the monitor will turn on or off with a beep, keep your finger there for a few seconds and the inputs will change. very cool.) The power light on this monitor is a blue led which also looks really nice. But it's when you turn this monitor on that you truly realize just how great it is.

Text on this monitor is razor sharp, where text on the 172X was merely very sharp. Color vibrance on this monitor beats the 172X, which is already great. While the 172X has a 500:1 contrast ratio, (how bright colors look) the 173P has a contrast ratio of 700:1, and it shows. The brightness of the 173P is very much superior to the 172X. The biggest problem with the 172X, the terrible viewing radius, is not only alleviated, but a "claimed" 178 degree viewing angle, sets an indrustry high water mark in this area and equates to stunning performance in this respect. While maybe not quite 178 degrees as Samsung claims, the viewing radius is VERY close to this, as looking at the monitor flat from the side reveals only a slight degredation of color quality. Whether you are looking at this monitor dead on, or very nearly entirely from the side, the colors stay rich and vibrant. And most surprising, despite the slower refresh rate of the 173P, i found there to be NO GHOSTING in games. If i would have known ghosting would have been a non-issue with this monitor, i never would have bothered with the 172X in the first place.

NO DEAD PIXELS were found on the 173P and this was a very pleasant discovery. My 172X had 1 dead pixel, which, while annoying, was by by no means the reason i was dissatisfied with it.

After coming from the trinitron, i can not believe how well the 173P performs. Unlike trinitron monitors, there are NO geometry issues. Straight lines are straight and not bowed in or out. Constant adjustments to picture size and geometry are no longer necessary. Degaussing every day is no longer necessary. Colors are so much more vibrant and accurate on this LCD monitor that i can not explain how much better pictures online or from my digital camera look than on the trinitron. It is quite simply, a revelation. Lastly, the space saved and super-swank aesthetics of this monitor really do make it an ultra high-class product.

Just remember that this monitor does not come cheap. At around 600 dollars, it is the most expensive 17" LCD monitor out there. Also, while crts are measured by screen and frame size, lcd's are measured by viewable size. So, while a 17" crt offers less than 17" of viewable screen size, a 17" LCD actually offers 17" of viewable space.

If you want the best 17" lcd money can buy, you would be making a mistake buying anything other than the Samsung 173P monitor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rotating feature is the super!
Not much to say! The best 17" LCD monitor on the market. I used many of them including NEC, Dell, and others. This one looks the best and works the best. Sharp picture, great text! I found extremely usefull to rotate monitor 90 when browsing internet! I love it! Was delivered from Amazon on the second day when I choose "free super saver" shipping option. Bought for $609.

4-0 out of 5 stars Deciding between the 172X and 173P?
After owning both the 172X and 173P, I must say I definitely prefer the 173P. The picture is sharper, the viewing angle is wider, and the included stand has a much larger range of motion, not to mention the excellent pivoting feature.

On the 172X, unless you're looking at it dead on, the picture can become washed out. With the 173P, the picture seems to stay clear no matter what the angle. The importance of this cannot be underestimated! It's quite annoying when you're only a couple feet off to the side and the picture looks poor.

As for the stands, the 173P has about twice the height adjustment range of the 172X. I couldn't get the 172X more than inch or so above my keyboard, and that's just too low for me.

I thought the lack of external controls would be a problem, but it really isn't. The auto adjustment mode works great, and the most I've had to do is a brightness and contrast tweak with the included MagicTune software, which isn't that bad. You can uninstall it once the monitor settings are to your liking.

The 172X does have a faster response time, but for my purposes, image quality is more important. Even with the 25ms response time of the 173P, most reviews say it still works well with games and movies. To me, it was definitely worth the small price jump! ... Read more


14. Samsung LT-P1545 15" Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $699.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00029BQ98
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 4661
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Amazon.com Product Description

Standing at a mere 2.5 inches thick, Samsung's EDTV-resolution LT-P1545 LCD television is small in stature but big on quality. The 15-inch, 1,024 x 768 screen produces vivid, high-contrast images while occupying a minimum of space in your office, living room, bedroom, or kitchen. Its wide viewing angles (150 x 120 degrees, H x V) ensure easy visibility, even when the unit is mounted on a wall. In addition, the set connects to a personal computer through its RGB (15-pin D-Sub) input, letting you surf the web, check e-mail, or play QuickTime movies right on your television.

Perfect for use with a digital cable, a satellite receiver, or a progressive-scan DVD player, the set is configured in a standard, 4:3 aspect ratio and accepts both standard-definition 480i and enhanced-definition 480p signals. A built-in NTSC stereo tuner is configured to receive the standard 181 channels. And with its lightning-quick 16 ms response time, reasonably high 400:1 contrast ratio, impressive 450 cd/m2 brightness rating, and onboard digital comb filter (which separates the color signals to minimize dot crawl and blurred edges), the set renders sharp, focused images from a range of inputs.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (with no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

The LT-P1545 makes flexibility a top priority, giving you several preset picture and sound modes (and custom settings for each) as well as a handy swivel base that doubles as a tilting wall mount--no additional accessories required. The TV also permits color temperature adjustment for warm, cool, or neutral tones, along with a trilingual onscreen menu. Additional features include sleep and on timers, V-Chip parental control, closed captioning, and an auto volume leveler to minimize jarring level differences between, say, programs and their commercials.

Choose one of several preset sound modes (standard, music, movie, speech, and custom) for broadcast through the built-in 2.5-watts-per-channel x 2 speaker system. The television's MTS multichannel decoding separates audio signals for stereo reception and broadcasts a second audio program (SAP) when available for multilingual or other applications.

To connect the monitor to devices such as DTV set-top boxes, satellite receivers, DVD players, game consoles, or camcorders, use the set's component-video input (480i/480p), S-video input, composite-video input, RF input, and the above-mentioned PC input, each with its attendant audio inputs.

What's in the Box
.TV, dual-purpose stand/wall mount (tilt-swivel), a remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, an AC power cord, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 15-inch flat-panel LCD TV with standard 4:3 aspect and 1,024 x 768 native pixel resolution; 14.2 x 13.3 x 2.5 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • Digital comb filter removes blurred edges between colors and reduces dot crawl; wide 150 x 120-degree (H x V) viewing angles
  • Built-in 181-channel NTSC tuner; connects to PC through RGB input
  • Component, S-video, composite, and RF inputs; swivel base doubles as tilting wall mount
  • 2.5 watts per channel x 2 with MTS stereo decoding

15. Samsung SyncMaster 710MP 17" LCD Monitor with TV Tuner (Silver)
list price: $759.99
our price: $506.34
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Asin: B0000VD3PS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 4826
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.264 mm pixel pitch
  • TV tuner; PC, composite, S-video, and TV antenna/cable inputs
  • 450:1 contrast ratio, 270 nits of brightness
  • Wide 150-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Remote control; wall mountable; 3-year warranty

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Wrong picture
I agree, the picture that amazon is currently showing is NOT the 710MP (at least not the one shown by all other websites)

1-0 out of 5 stars What is going on???????
I ordered this monitor by looking at the nice picture of monitor. I didn't have much knowledge but i know that Samsung makes good computer monitor. However, the one that I received was different from what the picture looks like on this page. I didn't return the monitor because I needed monitor right away and couldn't wait for all those returning process and it will take some time. I don't know.....Amazon may be try to rip off people??????????????? ... Read more


16. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD Monitor (Silver)
list price: $979.00
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Asin: B00026IO0U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3047
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D signal inputs
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; pivot technology
  • 800:1 contrast ratio, 260 nits of brightness, 25 ms response
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

17. Samsung SyncMaster 915N 19" LCD Monitor (Black)

our price: $429.99
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Asin: B0007LZGH4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 18576
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Product Description

GIGA-BYTE SyncMaster 915N Monitor - 19" - LCD Active Matrix TFT - 0.294mm - 1280 x 1024 - BlackThe Samsung SyncMaster 915n is a 19-inch analog TFT-LCD delivering a 700:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 1280 x 1024 resolution, 160/160 degree viewing angle and scanning frequency of 30-81 kHz horizontal and 56-75 Hz vertical. It features Samsung's MagicSpeed technology for an ultra fast 8ms response time. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, fine 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • 300 nits of brightness, crisp 700:1 contrast ratio, fast 8 ms response time
  • 160/160-degree viewing angles
  • Standard analog signal input; optional wall mounting

18. SAMSUNG SyncMaster 912N-Black 19 inch LCD Computer Monitor

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Asin: B00025EKOA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3975
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Features

  • Black Finish with Narrow Bezel
  • Supports up to 16.7 Million Colors
  • Analog RGB for D-Sub15 port
  • Up to 1280x1024
  • Compatible for use with Windows PC and Macintosh computer system

19. Samsung LT-P1745 17" Flat Panel LCD TV
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B0002AROM0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 4837
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Amazon.com Product Description

With crisp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution and an ultra-thin profile, the Samsung LTP1745 17-inch LCD monitor broadcasts strikingly clear images while taking up a minimum of space in your living room, bedroom, or kitchen. The monitor's wide 170-degree viewing angle makes sure that no seat is a bad seat, especially when the unit is mounted on a wall. In addition, the monitor connects to a personal computer through its RGB input, letting users surf the web, check e-mail, or play QuickTime movies on the screen. The built-in NTSC stereo tuner receives the standard 181-channel fare, while the digital comb filter separates the color signals to minimize dot crawl and blurred edges, giving users sharp, focused images that look great regardless of the source.

As with many high-quality TVs, the LTP1745 makes flexibility a top priority, which is why users can easily alter the video settings to enjoy a custom picture that meets their needs. Variable picture settings include custom, standard, movie, and dynamic. The TV also provides color temperature adjustment for warm, cool, or neutral tones, along with a trilingual onscreen menu. Additional user features include a sleep timer, V-chip parental control, closed captioning, and an auto volume leveler.

The flexibility extends to the audio options, as users can choose one of several preset sound modes (standard, music, movie, speech, and custom) for broadcast through the built-in 5-watt speaker system (2.5 watts x 2). The monitor's MTS multichannel decoding separates audio signals for stereo reception, and also broadcasts a second audio program (SAP) when available. To connect the monitor to devices such as DVD players, game consoles, and camcorders, use the component video, S-video, RF, and composite inputs. PCs connect to the monitor through the DVI and RGB inputs.

What's in the Box
LCD TV, remote control, two AA batteries, dual-purpose stand/wall mount, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch flat-panel LCD TV with 1,280 x 1,024 resolution; 16.4 x 15.5 x 2.8 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • Digital comb filter and 170-degree viewing angle
  • Built-in NTSC tuner; connects to PC through RGB/DVI input
  • Component, S-video, composite, and RF inputs
  • 5-watt speaker system (2.5 watts x 2) with MTS stereo decoding

20. Samsung SyncMaster 930MP 19" LCD Monitor with TV Tuner
list price: $1,059.00
our price: $796.99
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Asin: B0007KQ6G0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 23932
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Product Description

Samsung SyncMasterTM 930MP-Silver The Samsung SyncMaster 930mp is a 19-inch analog and digital TFT-LCD delivering an ultra high 1000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 1280 x 1024 resolution, 178/178 degree wide viewing angle and scanning frequency of 31-81 kHz horizontal and 56-75 Hz vertical. It features a built-in TV and FM radio tuner, built-in speakers and built-in power. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • 250 nits of brightness, 1,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Analog and digital DVI inputs; 178-degree viewing angles
  • Built-in TV tuner, FM radio, 5-watt speakers

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