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Originally Posted by WicKeT;14634924 
No matter what monitor you get there is going to be a negative aspect. It's a compromise of preference. What do you value most and what do you not mind dealing with. I have the benQ right now. After playing on it and reading reviews like the one on Tftcentral, I was concerned that I could have got a better monitor around the same price. I paid $348. It seems every monitor has something that makes it imperfect. The only other monitor that seems like it might be a better choice is the Planar. But there isn't really a crystal clear answer to that. Where is that picture of the Planar backlight bleed you were talking about? The picture I saw didn't look too bad at all.

How do you like your BenQ? It seems to be one of the better 120hz on the market from what I've read. Do you have bleeding issues? What is your opinion on the color quality?
post #12 of 13
I know I'm not the person you asked but I will add my 2 cents. I like my BenQ. I got one of the first monitors on the market when it first came out and that batch was pretty much flawless. On mine, there is slight bleeding at the top and bottom but it's so slight that it doesn't bother me much. Input lag is low and ghosting is almost non-existent in 2D (haven't tested 3D). Since this is the first LCD monitor I have purchased, I thought it wouldn't be as good as a CRT for gaming because I have been hearing about LCD's ghosting and input lag issues but I was wrong. It's pretty awesome.
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Originally Posted by chrisjag92 View Post
How do you like your BenQ? It seems to be one of the better 120hz on the market from what I've read. Do you have bleeding issues? What is your opinion on the color quality?
It is definitely one of better monitors. I like it a lot. Sometimes I do feel like the colors are a little... washed out. But overall it has decent color and some of the "washed out" effect I think comes from having brightness at max 100 for gaming. I mainly play shooters like MW2 and I can see people from across the map hiding in dark shadows really well. That's my favorite part about the screen actually haha! Backlight bleed is only a thin line along the bottom. It's brightest in the center and fades out befor it gets to the corners. I don't notice it in games unless there's a dark background and I really look for it. Or when watching a movie in widescreen since the top and bottom are left black. It's got mate screen which is awesome. The ability to adjust the screen is unmatched, you can flip it sideways to change inputs and stuff it's sick. Only bad thing about this monitor is a so called "overshoot" issue that is explained here on this review http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_xl2410t.htm ... You can't actually see this overshoot when playing though. I'd recommend this monitor for sure. Go to Buy.com only $348 and they ship fast. Came in 2 days. I wish I had the Planar to compare side by side. But the Planar does something totally retartded... the entire body is mate except for the front face which is glossy. The one place it truely matters to have mate and they make it glossy... Epic fail.

Sorry if this is too much info. But I like to be very thorough with this stuff.
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