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Is there a way that i can use a high resolution monitor to view normal cable T.V.?
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You'll have to use a signal convertor. There are several models that will do this externally- these are called SCAN CONVERTERS. There are also computer cards that will do this. I reccomend using an ALL IN WONDER or another card made by ATI.
These cards are locatable at WWW.ATITECH.COM


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I checked out the ALL-IN-WONDER card and it seems like a great toy. However, for the same amount of money i can purchase a big screen TV.
thanks
bryan
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actually I really like the all in wonder.. it is under $200 street price (I got it for $190)

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i'll keep an eye out for a good deal
thx
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