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you're the messed up one acting as if suicide is a joke ...
There's no scientific consensus that life is important.
    
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want. so. much.
same..
   
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There's no scientific consensus that life is important.
Weeell what do we have here? Someone with the balls to state it
     
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This just marks the beginning of something.
    
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Yes, 98% of LCDs do look dull to me when compared to the higher end models. Remember we are talking about $36,000 here, extreme high end. 1,000:1 is not acceptable.

My HX929 has a native contrast ratio of roughly 4400:1 and thats with it's local dimming disabled. It's around 7600:1 with it enabled. Google for some reviews if you don't believe me. It cost me $3,150 and it's 55". Sure it's 1080p and not 4k x 2k, but who cares. Nothing is at 4k x 2k resolution yet, and gaming at such a extreme resolution would require one beast of a computer. There is nothing to justify this monitor's $36,000 price tag.

Source? Google for reviews on my TV and other new high end 2011 models. I don't need to give you proof that 1000:1 native contrast is crap and has been for some time. My 5 year old 24" had a native contrast ratio of 1300:1, and cost $600 at the time.



Maybe do some research before claiming I need a reality check. To start, there's no "true" way to measure contrast ratio. It's estimated. Many of the new highest end TVs that just came out are around 4000:1. They will cost you around 3 grand. Brightness has nothing to do with contrast ratio, burning out the viewers retinas? I'm really not sure what you are trying to imply but you clearly do not understand what contrast ratio means. No offense, but it seem's like i'm not the one that needs the reality check.
Contrast ratio is calculated from the black depth at a given luminance level (pure white) which are both measurable. As you said there is no standardized method for measurement as the environment the testing is done in is a large contributor. That's why it's not best to trust the manufacturer's spec when it comes to contrast ratio and even response time.

Genuinely, IPS panels aren't known for their contrast ratio. TN panels don't fair too much better. The panels with the best contrast are the newer AMVA and cPVA panels. These can boast up to 3000:1 contast ratio with enviously low black depths. Though they have good contrast ratio, they suffer from slower response times and average dE performance. At viewing angles of greater than 45 degrees the contrast tends to shift.

It really comes down to what is most important to you. Professionals are going to look for IPS panels for the best viewing angles and color accuracy. Gamers who want the best response times are going to look for TN panels.

This particular monitor isn't meant for gaming so I don't know why people are trying to justify it as such:
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The use of W-LEDs is kind of dissappointing. They are not much worse than CCFLs but I would of expected RGB LEDs in a monitor at this price.
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Is my kidney worth that or do I need more parts?
Depends... Is it a Chinese kidney? This one Chinese kid sold his kidney and only got an iPad 2 and and iPhone 4... Who would even want those pieces of crap?
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Brightness has nothing to do with contrast ratio, burning out the viewers retinas? I'm really not sure what you are trying to imply but you clearly do not understand what contrast ratio means. No offense, but it seem's like i'm not the one that needs the reality check.
I do understand what contrast is, and yes brightness affects it on displays. Just like the marketing folks do to sell panels - you too can crank a display to it's maximum brightness and obtain absurd contrast ratios. Unfortunately it's not pleasant to look at (a spot light and the dead of night give great contrast ratio's, too...) and often skews more important things like color.

However, I will admit I don't know much about TV's in particular or what's considered 'normal' light output (giving a reference point for contrast measurement).

...but this 4K panel is not design to be a television, it's a monitor. When properly calibrated, essentially all of the currently available high-end IPS monitors have less than 1000:1 contrast ratios.

There are even some very highly rated monitors under 600:1, the NEC PA241W in particular. Contrast ratio isn't the end-all of picture quality. It's a very small portion of it.
    
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There's no scientific consensus that life is important.
There is no scientific evidence on the topic "is life is important". There nothing for it or against it. Therefore it's a maybe.
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But will it blend?
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