JdL wrote:The real contrast ratios of the screens are probably more like 800:1 for the Acer and 1000:1 for the LG.
In looking at the two displays, I would say that there's no competition between them. The LG wins hands-down.
crazybus wrote:You do realize it's a glossy screen right? Also, I hope you've got a DVI cable to go with it because it doesn't appear to come with one.
BTW, what's with glossy bezels on LCDs these days? I can well enough use the mirror in the bathroom, thanks.
Bensam123 wrote:The colors are extremely vivid and it is very sharp compared to my old monitor. There is no longer any ghosting, but the screen goes slightly out of sync (not tearing) when moving real fast in CoD4. Guess they still need to improve a bit in response time. I don't mind the dead pixels, but the colors being washed out and having to set the gamma to -50 makes it seem somehow... off... even though it looks more normal then usual. Reducing the brightness helps, but it also causes the colors to fade. So I either need to burn my retines or stick with lower contrast levels.
Bensam123 wrote:Side note side note. Dynamic Contrast (LG calls theirs digital contrast ratio, DCR) is annoying. It's like HDR that is on all the time, so I notice my monitor getting darker and lighter, then darker again, then lighter. D:
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