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StahnAileronover 11 years ago
Dunno how much you can spare for a monitor, but if you want quality, ignore anything that is TN-based (or doesn't even tell you want LCD technology the panel is based on.) IPS is the goal, though there are a few variations of the tech in use. There's another LCD tech out, though I forget the name right now. (It's like MVA or something close.)
My current monitor is TN-based and it's actually a bad choise for image editing due to the narrow vertical viewing angle (I get discoloration above a certain viewing angle.) Useful for picking out inconsistencies in an image, but bad if I'm going for color accuracy and reproduction.
Anyway, most decent PC monitors come with an HDMI-in port and hopefully include an Audio-out port if they don't have built-in speakers. Until I bought my 40" TV, I had my PS3 hooked up to my monitor via HDMI. I had the audio passed through the HDMI to the Audio-out on the monitor. Connected that to the Audio-in on my PC. That let me still use the speakers attatched to my PC without have to switch connections on 2 things (the speaker input and monitor).