What Is the Difference between a Monitor with a Tuner and a TV?

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A TV has an integrated Tuner and speaker system. Hence it reduces cable clutter and enhances viewing experience. On the other side, Monitor with a TV Tuner will have cable clutter and no speakers. Also usually screen of TV is bigger than Monitor.
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