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Topic # 107773 19-Aug-2012 22:48 Send private message

(sorry if this isn't the right forum for this request, I wasn't sure where it would fit)

I currently have one of these:

It has served me well over the years but I feel it's time for something a little bigger and better. Due to my setup, its replacement can't be larger than 23" and I want built-in speakers with it. My current monitor has a nifty setup as well where you can plug in a 3.5mm headphone into it (as well as on the front of the PC) and you can use headphones from the monitor as well.

I have tried searching but can't find hardly anything that has speakers and a headphone jack/audio out. If I could I'd like to replace it with a Samsung monitor, and I'd prefer LED too.

Anyone able to make any suggestions for a possible replacement model? And no $1000 models please, that's a little out of my budget :)

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  Reply # 674409 19-Aug-2012 23:34 Send private message

these are pretty nice:  

pb tech have a bunch of other monitors on special this weekend (for 1/2 hour more perhaps).

if you *really* want a monitor with speakers and audio out, try this one - it also has a couple of USB ports  

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