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Diffrenece between samsung S27A950D and S72A950DSL??

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Hi guys,

I am looking to buy a Samsung S27A950D monitor. Heard it is a wonderful monitor.
After calling the seller i verified that the model they have is S27A950DSL.
But i could not find information about that particular model.

So is there a Difference between the two??


Thank you.

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post #2 of 9
The full model code for the monitor is 'S27A950DS' followed by a region-specific code (such as /EN, /ZA or L). They are all the same monitor.
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Thanks for getting back to me.

I bought the monitor 2dy...

Unfortunately it has two dead pixels. And also another 3 or 4 pixels sometimes change their color to red or green when the monitor is displaying black. But this does not happen always. So i am wondering why..

And the other issue is that i cannot access all the menu controls like contrast sharpness etc.. Does anybody know why??
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Originally Posted by athukoralakasun View Post

Thanks for getting back to me.

I bought the monitor 2dy...

Unfortunately it has two dead pixels. And also another 3 or 4 pixels sometimes change their color to red or green when the monitor is displaying black. But this does not happen always. So i am wondering why..

And the other issue is that i cannot access all the menu controls like contrast sharpness etc.. Does anybody know why??

TBF, if you bought the monitor today, even though 2 dead pixels falls within the "allowance" and thus you can't a replacement based on that reason. Most, if not every country has some sort of grace period law, usually 7 or 14 days from purchase, and providing you return it like new, they cant refuse. So you could return it based on that, and get another to try your luck.

Thats what I'd do. Dead pixels drive me up the f************************* wall. tongue.gif

I'm unsure about the menu issue though as I do not own that particular monitor... perhaps certain adjustments are available on certain inputs? Or you have to enable the settings adjustment in a different menu?
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post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 
I did not try using a different input. I am using dual link dvi connector. But i check whether i can enable it through a different menu. seems like it is not a possibility.
post #6 of 9
Do you have 'Dynamic Contrast' activated accidentally? Make sure MagicBright is set to 'Custom'.
post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 
In the magic window, i can only access magic color and i have set it to "full". i cannot access magic bright or magic angle. In the color menu i can only access gama option.. frown.gif
post #8 of 9
What happens if you disable MagicColor? All this actually does is intensely oversaturates colours and reduces shade variety. Some people like that look, which is fair enough, but it isn't desirable if you want well represented colours.
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Thanks for your valuable advice PCM2... it disabling magic color worked... smile.gif
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