The biggest problem here is that many consumer TVs are NOT calibrated, and CANNOT be calibrated well at all. Making matters worse, all those shiny-screen TVs make the sets horrible for color correction needs. Only a few higher-end non-shiny LCDs tend to work well for color.
For example, my Sony SXRD (projection through LCD, similar to Intel LCoS) has very accurate colors, sans a slight black level issue. I'll often check my monitor against the TV, to see if they agree. And they almost always do.
So it really depends on which specific model TV you're looking at.
In general, computer monitors are better -- especially the 23" ViewSonic VP2365-LED.
See also: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...CERX3PEDX7B37A
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