Vera wrote:and how come i can't find a response time for the dells? or am i blind?
snowdog wrote:I think I give up and will look into getting one more CRT to hold me over until LCD tech gets more bugs behind it.
Flying Fox wrote:They are not really bugs, they only show up if you compare with a CRT, and they are intrinsic to LCD tech.
snowdog wrote:My monitor has to handle productivity/games/image editing/movies, so I need speed, viewing angles, and most definitely smooth gradient response. I thought a new generation S-IPS panel (in the 2007fp) would be close enough to CRT. If it weren't for the banding I would order one today (on sale in Canada).
Many issues are inherent, and they are getting better with each generation. But banding is a bug. Most modern 8bit LCD monitors no longer have banding issues. Yet almost everything I read about the Dell 2007fp/LG L2000C mention banding issues.
Flying Fox wrote:Some claimed the 2007 is P-MVA with 6-bit+FRC, so it's not S-IPS. That's your issue right there. My 2005FPW is good in colour reproduction, but viewing angle is there, you just can't expect to stare at it sideways and expect the same thing. Admit it, you are too used to CRTs.
Specs: LTM240M1; LTM240W1-L04. The new one is almost twice as bright, weighs a lot less, and has a better response time. Not surprising the old one is EOL.drsauced wrote:That's interesting, I didn't know there were two versions of the 2405FPW panel. I was aware of the change to the power button, but not the panel. Does anyone know the difference?
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