Most LCD monitors ship with too bright in the brightness settings. FYI I'm running my Dell 2005FPW with brightness set at 0.thecoldanddarkone wrote:I should be able to say something about it Sunday/Saturday. My little brother got one (suggested by me). First complaint from him, Holy COW it's bright.
I expect pictures, reviews, and the works.l33t-g4m3r wrote:Just bought it.
Hope it's as good as the specs claim.
Be glad it is in the middle since you may be able to argue with them to replace it.l33t-g4m3r wrote:1 dead pixel right in the middle. (why in the middle... )
I remember calling up one LCD manufacturer a long time ago and the person said "if the pixel is in the middle grid, may be we can do something about it". Won't hurt to try anyway.l33t-g4m3r wrote:how? I think its a 8 pixel policy with newegg, and the manufacturer is 6.
The DS-245W does not support Wide Gamut but it is a true 8-bit LCD.
It is allowed to have three dead pixels in zone B. Zone A is 4’ by 4’ in the center of the screen and it is allowed to have two dead pixels there. You do qualify for a replacement but it seems you are not happy with the gamut; that being said you may want to return the monitor. We will be releasing the DS-243N which will support wide gamut.
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