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post #1 of 3 Old 03-05-2008, 09:40 AM - Thread Starter
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I finally bought a decent monitor; 22" up from 19" is like night and day. I don't know why I didn't do this sooner (yeah I do, the $$$!).

I haven't had much time to tweak the settings on this monitor, but from what I've noticed it's like any other. There's a little light bleed at the top, but nothing severe. I really like the fact that it looks like a little Samsung TV with its Pebble design. The stand, forget about it, it's tilt only and not VESA compatible.

For the one night that I've had it hooked up though, the depth of color and contrast in comparison to my old Hanns-G 19" is really noticeable. I used it last night for my online teaching and what a change, no eye strain when in Elluminate.

Anyone else have this monitor and have some recommended settings?
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No tips for a 22" newb? Particularly on a proper way to set up a color profile? I did learn that on this monitor, if you use the DVI connection, you lose the ability to auto adjust via the button.

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I always lower the contrast for the first couple of hours of use. This way the pixles are given some time to break in a little bit.

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