Originally Posted by HTC_guy
Originally Posted by Broadband
How comes you have to go through that process? Is there anything clearly wrong with the image you get?
Im not happy with the blacks that I get on Heroes of Newerth. I have some BLB on the bottom of the panel in the corners, so I am going to try and reduce that BLB as much as possible!!
The blacks on this screen arent really.... BLACK!! They more lightish grey which I find REALLY annoying. Will do what I can to fix it.
Obviously I cant do anything about the IPS glow. That comes with the technology.
Also why I am interested in your OSD settings for brightness and contrast.
I am trying to sort out what you consider black, since everyone agrees, the blacks on these PLS screens (NOT IPS which you seem to indicate)
is the blackest you can get. And if you are not getting your blacks in one game, then it's that game's colors that are off. try another calibrated ICS.
the technology that is refered to as IPS glow, isn't just IPS/PLS screens, it's every LCD, usually LED back-lighted. and is known as Backlight bleed.
As far as I know, 99% of the people with calibration tools and these monitors, didn't buy the multi-inputs for a reason. (i know I didn't, but I wanted 96/120hz)
TL;DR : the screens blacks are about as black as the come, if not, fix your software's colors.