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LG IPS277L vs AOC I2757FM

post #1 of 9
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Anyone had a chance to compare these?

There's a review both, basically they both have good uniformity etc blah, the only main difference being the AOC has up to 10ms lag where the LG has up to around 18ms lag.

I just want to know which panel looks better as I'm most interested in picture quality (upgrading from TN)

They both have AG filters as well from what I've read. Anyone know if they're removable on either?

Any info on these 2 panels appreciated smile.gif
post #2 of 9
Another key difference is that AOC seems to have implemented the pixel overdrive a lot better than LG. You can actually select a number of different overdrive settings on the AOC whereas the LG has a fairly weak and ineffective overdrive which you can't change. This gives the AOC an edge in pixel performance as well as input lag so it is overall the more responsive monitor. The panel itself is actually the same but it is how it's set up that differs and where AOC seems to have the edge in this case.

I hope to review the AOC i2757Fm shortly but I don't expect you to hold your breath on that. I'm sure you've read TFT Central's excellent review (amongst others) already.
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Excellent info!

I'd LOVE a review, but I understnand it's time consuming etc. I've read the TFT review but one section which a lot of reviews fail to address is picture quality. They delve into the maths side with all the numbers but they hardly every say "this monitor has a very good, sharp picture comparable to the Dell blah blah etc"

My current TV/Monitor is the LG DM2780D which I haven't been happy with since purchase. Always felt like the picture quality was a bit dull, add to the fact that I paid £280 for it resulting in a pretty "meh" experience with it.

I'm after picture quality close to the 21" iMac screens, they look fantastic at full brightness imo and blow my LG away.
post #4 of 9
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Does anyone know if the AG film can be removed on ether of these?

Some guy uploaded pics of the LG DM92's AG film being removed and I was wondering whether it was a similar process with these?
post #5 of 9
No these have a low haze matte surface built into the panel - no removable film. Still waiting on AOC to send me a sample. smile.gif
post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by PCM2 View Post

No these have a low haze matte surface built into the panel - no removable film. Still waiting on AOC to send me a sample. smile.gif

DAYUM. Glossy displays are always better for home use imo, my current monitor is matte and it sucks frown.gif

Probably gonna bite the bullet on the AOC soon as well.
post #7 of 9
Try Dell S27 if you need glossy
post #8 of 9
Thread Starter 
Cheers for the reply but it's wayyyy too expensive for me. Budget of £300

Is there a 23" or 24" version that's glossy by any chance?
post #9 of 9
You could get an AMVA panel, they only have a very light ag-coating. The Philips 249c4qhsb got high marks on picture quality and contrast, as well as responsiveness in the prad.de review, so you could have a look at that one.

Otherwise a panel from the Dell S series is an option (although these are very reflective).
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