"Professional" or "Commerical" Display Monitors

As an audiophile first, and a home theatre enthusiast second, I am always irritated by the cheapo internal amps and speakers attached to flat panel and traditional televisions.

Certainly with DVDs and even with television, I am more than happy to monitor through a proper audio system, which I have for both my home theatre projector setup and also next to my TV.

Yet even in audiophile and video forums, consumer grade displays with the cheesey speakers are regularly featured on the latest recommended list.

Some have suggested that the speakers, at least, can often be detached and discarded, but this offends my high end sensibilities, and I dont really want to pay for something I am not going to use.

Does anyone have links to more information, vendors, dealers, manufacturers etc for both flat panel and traditional CRT monitors WITHOUT tuners and WITHOUT amps and speakers, please? Does this exist for LCD display screens with video inputs as well?

Is there any lag in the video technology for this market? Or can I - hopefully - buy the latest, greatest, HDTV displays without all the consumer grade garbage?

Obviously, for less money would be even more thrilling.

Thanks for your ideas.
Cw, when I was looking for a new "tv". I went through the same thought process as you. I didn't want/need speakers or tuner. Long story short: I went with an NEC display, and couldn't be happier with the decision.

Panasonic seems to be top-of-mind for many, but I chose another manu.
Yes. A local transport. The fail ret is very small though, and the savings in money for me was 2000 dollars, but the stuff was more expensive back then.
Check out the Pioneer plasma CMX models. They are commercial versions that are designed to be on 24/7. They have a much better power supply than the consumer versions. They do not have a tuner. They do not come with speakers. They do have an audio amp if you want to buy the optional speakers. You can also pick the video card that suits your own needs. If you want a card with DVI or HDMI, make sure the video card is HDCP compatible.
The commercial pannys have slots that you can configure with whatever inputs you want, or at least they did back in the day when I bought a 42" panny EDTV; I think the same applies with the pios. There are consumer plasmas w/o the chinzy speakers--my pio elite came w/o them, and I seem to recall the fujitsu and NEC panels I looked at didn't have them either...