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i saw somewhere that the colors get messed if you move much up or down or left or right.. is this how true? and how much do you have to move that the colors actualy 'change'?
are u talking about the viewing angle? i'm moving all over the place right now and still looks fine..
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The viewing angle is excellent, plus the base and monitor can swivel and rotate thus eliminating problems like that.
I have this monitor and my housemate has two of them, they are huge and will be a great addition to your desk especially over two crts. The only problem i see with this monitor is light bleeding, when you have a completely dark background or image on the monitor, you can see some light bleeding around the edges, nothing to write home about though.

To produce the best image for yourself you will have to mess with the settings a bit, but you wont be dissappointed.

There are much better monitors out there, but you cant find something much better especially at this size and price!
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are u talking about the viewing angle? i'm moving all over the place right now and still looks fine..
excellent! that was the only thing i was worried about to much !


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The viewing angle is excellent, plus the base and monitor can swivel and rotate thus eliminating problems like that.
I have this monitor and my housemate has two of them, they are huge and will be a great addition to your desk especially over two crts. The only problem i see with this monitor is light bleeding, when you have a completely dark background or image on the monitor, you can see some light bleeding around the edges, nothing to write home about though.

To produce the best image for yourself you will have to mess with the settings a bit, but you wont be dissappointed.

There are much better monitors out there, but you cant find something much better especially at this size and price!

thanks for good and usefull info!
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