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Recommend 32" TV with Graphics Card

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Hello Experts, I have a client application where they need a large display screen.  I tried using a 720p tv with a HDMI graphics card (see models below).  The application we use as well as basic text is very grainy.  

Can someone recommend a good combination of products that is not too expensive to give good clarity with text, etc.?

It would be nice to have the audio come through the device, not required but nice.

Samsung UN32EH4003 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LED TV (2012 Model)
EVGA GeForce 8400 GS 1 GB DDR3 PCI-E 2.0 16X DVI/HDMI/VGA Graphics Card, 01G-P3-1302-LR
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That one looks fine - full 1920 x 1080 and your video card has an HDMI port so it should work well for you.
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by:Michael-Best
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If you look at the specs. you will see that the ViewSonic CDE3200-L is much more versatile and better than the Samsung UN32EH5000.
@ about $100 price difference it is up to your requirements to decide which is better for you.
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720p resolution is 1366 x 768 which only about half of an HD 1920 x 1080 (1080p).
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Thanks guys... so with 1080p will the letters look smooth and crisp or are my expectations to high?
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Details are important.  Running at native resolution always makes the pixels line up better but you also have the settings of the program and the fonts you are using.  But I would tend to choose the 1080p over the 720p.
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Thanks.. went with the samsung
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