@ Spicy Girl:
I get it, You seem to have a problem in the Resolution Settings
for your TV and as I understand you use it because it's Bigger
than a Computer screen..... Tricky, I thought we could just collect some cash for you to get a screen, but that doesn't seem to solve your problem since you use a TV for the actual SIZE.
Hey Peeps of the community... any suggestions ?
Tv settings is a BITCH
Yeah, you posted while I was writing, so this is what I have figured out:
A 24" - 32" UHD TV is generally cheaper to get than a 4K monitor of a similar size, even when they're not on special. So really, the idea would be to save like crazy and wait for a TV sale. Thing I do, though, when there isn't a sale on anywhere locally, is to play retailers off against each other.
What I do is go to the first retailer and ask for the best price on the item I want, then I take a card with that price on it to the second retailer and ask for their best price: and so on and so on until I get the best price possible. It really is amazing just how much less you pay below the RRP by using this strategy.
The same applies to high end monitors as well, haggle down the price, but you're still looking at a higher price than a similar sized UHD TV. It doesn't have to be a high-end model from a high-end manufacturer, either. The TV I bought is a lowly Kogan brand, but the screen is from Samsung as are the majority of the components, so why not. I get the same standard warranty as a Samsung TV, and for a few extra bucks I get an extended 3 year warranty.