Quoting Brian Foster (blf at utvinternet.ie):
> where do you get "nice large" monitors?
Our master bedroom is cozy, so a 47 cm. analogue monitor would probably
be more than adequate for home entertainment. As it is, my wife's
slightly larger non-computer set with various video line inputs and no
tuner does the job for now.
Despite her being an ex-TiVo engineer type, we have no further computer
/ entertainment centre convergence than connection of a TiVo set into
> TV-wise, there's an issue that monitor pixels are square(-ish),
> whilst TV's (esp. NTSC?) are rectangular.
Yes, I've often wondered about that. I should ask Deirdre (my wife)
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