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Is my PA248Q's backlight bleeding within standards?

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Here is the pic. Is this kind of bleeding within industry standards?

post #2 of 6
It looks okay... doesn't look crazy nasty like others I've seen...
post #3 of 6
That still looks pretty good. If I showed you how bad the lighbleed was on my S27A950D (sold it) you'd probably see yours as having perfect backlight uniformity. My Sammy had horrible lightbleed coming from the lower right creeping its way to the upper left section of my screen, like a "ray of light" coming from the bottom right expanding as it made its way to the center.
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Don't know what "standards" are, but its a hell of a lot better than the one I returned. If it had been that good I'd have kept it.
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post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys! Under normal use no bleeding will be noticed. But I'm a person with OCD, cannot help to check the bleeding in a dark room...
speedyeggtart, how is the bleeding on your Nixeus Vue?
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I was unfortunate enough to own a PA238Q recently, which stayed with me for all of one day. The backlight bleed was horrendous in the lower-left and upper-right corners. On a black screen, there was a thin sliver of actual black trying to chicane its way through mountains of God-awful backlight bleedage. Took it back to the store and got "there's nothing wrong with it" as the guy puts a red screen on the page and shoves it under a spotlight. Sigh.

I'd say your screen looks good!
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