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Same thing except LCD TVs are televisions by themselves while LCD monitors can serve as either a television OR a computer monitor.

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The monitor does not include the tuner to pick up radio signals, required for TV. Otherwise, they are the same. Most modern LCD TVs can be used as a computer monitor, bypassing the tuner.

Yes. As long as the output is VGA. There is no difference in the standard between CRT and LCD.

Yes, but the LCD TV needs to have a VGA input.

LCD television's are brighter than LED television. That is the biggest difference between an LED and LCD television. Another big difference is the quality of the television.

The main difference between a computer monitor and an LCD TV monitor is the pixel density, which is nearly twice as high on a computer monitor. This is the main reason that a computer monitor is more expensive. In addition, most computer monitors have a 16:10 aspect ratio, while TV monitors have a 16:9 aspect ratio.

The difference between plasma and lcd televisions is that plasma televisions have better colors. However, lcd televisions last longer than plasma.

The difference between LCD and LED is the back lighting. LED televisions generally have better black lighting and contrast than the LCD televisions.

A plasma TV is better than a LCD TV. haha! :-)

The main difference between an LED TV and an LCD TV is that the LED TV is back-lit by LED lights while the LCD TV is not. LED TV's are also more energy efficient than LCD ones.

Yes, as long as the lcd monitor has the proper connections.

An LCD panel is actually a LCD screen that is part of your computer monitor or LCD Television. There are different types of screens such as plasma as well, but to answer your question, an LCD panel is the LCD screen on your monitor or television (provided it is an LCD model).

The primary difference between plasma and LCD television sets is that plasma TVs use florescent bulbs and gas to reflect a image, whereas LCD TVs use crystals and laser beams to reflect an image.

The difference between a new LCD television and a normal television would be the picture clarity and the colors. New LCD televisions have great clarity.

The difference between a plasma and widescreen lcd tv is that a plasma has less of a viewing range. They both have great video quality.

TV = Television LCD= Lichid Crystal Display

Aquos is Sharp's top of the line LCD TVs. It has better picture and better features than their regular Sharp LCD TVs.

Nothing. All led TV's are just lcd back lit by led's

PS2 connect to LCD TVs not computer monitors

Yes, you can indeed use your lcd monitor with your home computer. It is very popular.

The biggest difference between an LCD and LED television is in the lighting. Both televisions have a liquid crystal display, however, with the LCD the lighting comes from fluorescent lamps behind the screen and with the LED the lighting comes from light emitting diodes behind the screen.

HD TV is a set of standards for high definition television signals, 1080 line and 720 line resolutions. The signal format is completely independent of the display device and can be shown on any monitor capable of displaying HD signals. LCD is a type of display (CRT and plasma being the other two commonly available). An LCD television will either be standard definition or high definition and the manual will say if it is capable of showing HD signals. An LCD TV can be HD or high definition. The difference between a HD tv and a LCD tv is that an LCD tv is liquid crystal display meaning the screen itself is comprised of crysals and HD tv means high definition television

PS2 connect to TV not computer monitor

LED TVs are technically a type of LCD TVs, so the two terms are misleading. Basically, the main difference is the display. LED TVs use a backlighting to project the picture display.

LED TV is LCD TV that uses LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) for back-lighting instead of fluorescent light source.

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