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Originally Posted by Chef Bobert View Post

I work at a micro center, I've always seen these boxes in the back but never really checked them out. I'll see if we have any glossy ones left.

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You get an employee discount on it?
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Anyone know of a triple-mount that can handle three of these??

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Right now I'm using the supplied bases but I would love to make it look much cleaner with a single mounting solution.
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Does anyone else with a matte finish see weird colorization when running this dead pixel test? Is this anti-glare coating related or something else? Haven't seen this on the glossy coated monitor I have.

Hate to be a drag and re-post, but I'd love to see if anyone else who has an anti-glare monitor runs into the same color issues with their monitor. It's supposed to be just black and white, but the monitor ends up giving off weird colorization on the top (pink) and bottom (green). thanks!
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RED 100
GREEN 85
BLUE 73

These settings really through my red's off the chart, but I found the Warm color presets pretty good with 50/50 Brightness/Contrast.
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no strobing with my imac 27", which is the same panel as glossy aurias.

The imac 27" and Aurias may use the same panel but the circuit which drives the LEDs are a COMPLETELY different design and have no relation to an LCD panel.
post #626 of 1116
probably. I'm not an expert on LCD's. *shrug*

instead of being condescending to everyone, why not go to your local microcenter and see for yourself? rolleyes.gif

edit: just did a little testing with my Rebel XT and my Panasonic GH1 using this method on my Auria at home : http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/pulse_width_modulation.htm

but i wont tell you my findings tongue.gif you'll just have to find out for yourself. thumb.gif
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no strobing with my imac 27", which is the same panel as glossy aurias.

The imac 27" and Aurias may use the same panel but the circuit which drives the LEDs are a COMPLETELY different design and have no relation to an LCD panel.

So, what monitor do you have?

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Originally Posted by bluephish View Post

Does anyone else with a matte finish see weird colorization when running this dead pixel test? Is this anti-glare coating related or something else? Haven't seen this on the glossy coated monitor I have.

Hate to be a drag and re-post, but I'd love to see if anyone else who has an anti-glare monitor runs into the same color issues with their monitor. It's supposed to be just black and white, but the monitor ends up giving off weird colorization on the top (pink) and bottom (green). thanks!

I see the same exact color on my monitor.
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I don't have the pink tint on my AG model. I also haven't noticed PWM dimming but I haven't tested it at all.
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I don't have the pink tint on my AG model. I also haven't noticed PWM dimming but I haven't tested it at all.
Nobody can "see" PWM dimming but many people have issues with eye strain from the constant flashing it produces, again you can't see the flashing since its usually 140hz-280hz on most monitors but your eyes sure as heck will feel it. I for one can't look at PWM dimmed monitors for more than 20 mins. The lower the brightness the worse the PWM dimming eye strain becomes.

Nobody seem to want to help each other out here.
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

probably. I'm not an expert on LCD's. *shrug*

instead of being condescending to everyone, why not go to your local microcenter and see for yourself? rolleyes.gif

edit: just did a little testing with my Rebel XT and my Panasonic GH1 using this method on my Auria at home : http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/pulse_width_modulation.htm

but i wont tell you my findings tongue.gif you'll just have to find out for yourself. thumb.gif
You dont need a camera, a simple pencil waving will display PWM dimming if you see the strobe effect at medium to low brightness.
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