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post #61 of 96
So I will have the DM2792D next week and will post pics and let everyone know if it has the AG film on it and if it can be peeled off likes
its big Cinema tv's can.

At first I was debating on debezeling this monitor like I did my Samsung f2380mx monitor. That monitor had a 12mm bezel when the plastic was
removed, same as their md230x3 monitors. Now this LG monitor has a total 10mm bezel, so its thinner then the Samsung after debezeling.

So what is the census, debezel the monitor and maybe get a few less mm thick bezel or keep it stock?

This IPS panel should blur alot less then the F2380mx I had .
post #62 of 96
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Originally Posted by Blackvette94 View Post

So I will have the DM2792D next week and will post pics and let everyone know if it has the AG film on it and if it can be peeled off likes
its big Cinema tv's can.
At first I was debating on debezeling this monitor like I did my Samsung f2380mx monitor. That monitor had a 12mm bezel when the plastic was
removed, same as their md230x3 monitors. Now this LG monitor has a total 10mm bezel, so its thinner then the Samsung after debezeling.
So what is the census, debezel the monitor and maybe get a few less mm thick bezel or keep it stock?
This IPS panel should blur alot less then the F2380mx I had .

Thanx man!

Sounds absolutely great!!!!
post #63 of 96
This is my short review of my newly purchased LG DM2792D LED monitor. This is a 27 inch monitor with a 1920x1080p resolution. It has an IPS panel, I have confirmed it is 8 bit panel, there is no banding on it.

Below I am going to list the monitors I have , some will be referenced in the review:

Samsung 27a750D 120hz TN panel
Apple 27 Cinema Display IPS panel
Samsung F2380mx PVA panel


This panel has a very fast reaction time, there is little blur with no overdrive compensation turned on( will be referred to as ODC going forward). This monitor gives you three choices for ODC, off, low and high. I found that on off it was faster then my Apple 27 inch cinema display and WAY faster then the Samsung f2380mx with overdrive on fastest setting! It is slower then the Samsung 750d 120hz but that should be no shock to anyone.

With the ODC on low or high it seems to have some overshoot drive as in the image blurs before the object. I also noticed some input lag with the odc engaged. Needless to say I was so happy with it off I have kept the ODC off.

Input lag: Same as the Samsung f2380mx which was less then one frame. If you engage ODC or dynamic contrast etc it increases the lag, kinda like a tv would. The tv will ask you if the hdmi input is for pc, you select yes and you will get perfect 4:4:4 chroma! This is good, the input lag is also reduced to less then one frame when input is labeled PC.

Now, I played a lot of games on it yesterday, Battlefield bad company 2, NFS hot Pursuit, DMC4, SF4, Resident evil 5. Everything looked amazing on this! The blur was very minimal, this is a very fast IPA panel.

Comparing this LG to the Apple cinema display, the cinema display obviously has more pixels but from a one foot on I couldn’t see a difference except the icons and lettering were A LOT smaller on the Apple. Also the LG handles motion better even with no ODC then the Apple cinema display does.

Comparing the LG to the Samsung 750d 120 hz panel is a JOKE. The 750d being a tn panel had sever color changes depending on the angle you view it, it is so bad that the edges turn color when viewing straight on. This is one of the major weakness of this panel. The clarity was not as good as the LG either because it still has an AG filter put over it ( its like plastic).

Uniformity: The LG Dm2792D had the best uniformity of the bunch, the Apple Cinema display came in second and the F2380mx was good too. The Samsung 750d had the worst uniformity of the bunch by far. This panel’s best strength is the lack of motion blur at 120hz or even at 60hz, other then that I don’t have anything nice to say about it.

Overall I am very impressed by this monitor. Below are pictures I took removing the AG filter, my impressions and review are going by if you remove the filter. With the filter on the picture looks somewhat stale and graining, as I am very sensitive to AG filters I had to remove this one. I just had a feeling that underneath it was a beautiful clear picture and sure enough after removing it I got a PRISTINE and clear picture!! I highly recommend this monitor when it hits stateside OR if you want you can purchase on eBay. Mine was made in Korea, I would imagine the ones sold in the US will be made in Mexico. Please keep this in mind, that the review is based off the monitor being made in Korea, so there could be differences (quality wise) when it hits our shores. Any questions let me know! Pictures below!


The AG filter peels off like you would remove a screen protector from an iphone, very easy!:

[img]7752808330_ab972a634e.jpg
photo (29) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr

Patience is the key:

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photo (30) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr

It’s getting there:

[img]7752808808_efeed2a6df.jpg
photo (31) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr

Still pulling it off:

[img]7752809922_ef27037beb.jpg
photo (32) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr

Ag all remove!! Looks soo much clearer !!

[img]7752809452_7ed37ef985.jpg
photo (33) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr

Here is some idea how even the blacks are , as this panel is VERY uniform:

[img]7752809148_549a5bdb20.jpg
photo (34) by CoolHandsM3, on Flickr
post #64 of 96
so theres a pane of glass underneath it? i'm assuming yes but just checking.

ps. how is the light bleed?
post #65 of 96
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Originally Posted by illli View Post

so theres a pane of glass underneath it? i'm assuming yes but just checking.
ps. how is the light bleed?

Yes its glass underneath the AG filter. No significant light bleed, its uniform through out the whole panel, even better then the Apple cinema display smile.gif
post #66 of 96
Thank you Blackvette94!
Your impressions sounds very good.

The only thing...
I seriously doubt that you've removed an AG layer.
That's just a scratch protection.
smile.gif
post #67 of 96
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Originally Posted by miomao View Post

Thank you Blackvette94!
Your impressions sounds very good.
The only thing...
I seriously doubt that you've removed an AG layer.
That's just a scratch protection.
smile.gif

exactly thats just the shipping protection. I have a 55" lg tv that has same case design and thats all it is was just protecting the screen during shipping. I had to pull it off too
post #68 of 96
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

exactly thats just the shipping protection. I have a 55" lg tv that has same case design and thats all it is was just protecting the screen during shipping. I had to pull it off too


Sorry, but both of you are incorrct, its not protective shipping film, it an AG filter.
post #69 of 96
how is the ghosting on this panel and whats the actual refresh rate if i may ask im kinda going bonkers between the samsung 27a750d and this display
post #70 of 96
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Originally Posted by Blackvette94 View Post

Sorry, but both of you are incorrct, its not protective shipping film, it an AG filter.

no it's not I own the same case design but 55" lol and i did same exact thing.
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