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Topic # 198472 10-Jul-2016 21:07
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Does such a thing exist? 


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  Reply # 1589322 10-Jul-2016 23:05
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Best cheap option out there i found was the Acer V246HL when i was looking towards the start of the year, and that does lack the HDMI. Considering DVI-D translates to HDMI passively, i dont count that as a very big problem at all.

 

 

 

I was also limiting to vesa 1080P sizings though.





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  Reply # 1589327 10-Jul-2016 23:36
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Usually if there is no HDMI on the monitor it means it will not accept audio. I have found with some sources they will just not work with those monitors and a converter - one was a NVR, meaning that a monitor with it had to be found that also would mount and fit, and another was for gaming. Again, just no picture when connected to DVI. It was suggested that it may be a HDCP issue, but I cant imagine why that would affect a NVR that just shows IP cameras.





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  Reply # 1589512 11-Jul-2016 10:30
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Usually if there is no HDMI on the monitor it means it will not accept audio. I have found with some sources they will just not work with those monitors and a converter - one was a NVR, meaning that a monitor with it had to be found that also would mount and fit, and another was for gaming. Again, just no picture when connected to DVI. It was suggested that it may be a HDCP issue, but I cant imagine why that would affect a NVR that just shows IP cameras.

 

 

Strange you say that, I have had issues recently with 4K FireTV where it wouldn't boot if it wasn't attached to a monitor with NATIVE HDMI. No adapters or cables would work. 


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  Reply # 1589773 11-Jul-2016 15:53
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I am happy to part with one of these. PM if you are interested. Its 1080p @ 61 Hz

 

http://alatest.com/reviews/monitor-reviews/samsung-syncmaster-p2770/po3-86679817,29/

 

Samsung P2770 70000:1 contrast ratio.

 

It has HDMI and DVI inputs. Optical Audio, and 3.5mm jack out.






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