Originally Posted by Stab
Is it true that all of these monitors have at least 1 dead pixel? Cause the best panels are going to Apple and Dell right?
Do they select individual panels or do they test one of a batch and grade the whole batch?
That seems to be a common misunderstanding. The difference between an A+ and an A- quality panel is not the amount of stuck/dead pixels, but the color accuracy of the panel (when calibrated). A+ quality screens seem to calibrate to an average delta E of 0.2% to 0.4% dependent on the monitor... A- quality panels are unlikely to be calibrated that accurate, although the only calibration report I saw here of one of these Korean monitors was down to an average delta E of 0.55% I believe, which isn't all that bad at all either... I do not know if that is typical for these A- screens though or not...
Anyway, the A+ or A- screen quality has nothing to do with dead or stuck pixels.