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So currently I have a black Samsung SyncMaster 2043NW with the following specs, but somebody asked me a while ago why I have this monitor if I plan on video editing. Why is this? What makes it a poor monitor for video editing? I would like to eventually purchase 2 of the same monitors, so selling this one wouldn't be a big deal. I would like to keep the price under 200 as much as possible and around 150, how are the ASUS monitors?

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DescriptionFlat-panel (TFT), 20 inch, max resolution 1680x1050 pixels, built-in speakers: No, 5.1 kg

Monitor TypePC Monitor

Screen typeFlat-panel (TFT)

Screen size20.0 Inch

WidescreenYes

Touch ScreenNo

Dot pitch mm

Maximum resolution1680x1050 pixels pixels

Frequency at max. resolution Hz

Color depth16.7 million

Pixel response time (rise+fall)5 total, ms

Contrast1000:1

Brightness300 nit (cd/m2)

Horizontal viewing angle170 degrees

Vertical viewing angle160 degrees

DVI/VGA InputVGA

Number of InputsSingle

Video connectionsD-sub

Power consumption40 Watt
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It is a small panel with relatively low resolution these days. It is also a low-end consumer panel that will likely not generate realistic color output in applications that demand such (Photoshop/video editing etc).

For sub-$200 I doubt you'd get something much better. High quality monitors are animals like Apple Cinema displays.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skripka;12888347 
It is a small panel with relatively low resolution these days. It is also a low-end consumer panel that will likely not generate realistic color output in applications that demand such (Photoshop/video editing etc).

For sub-$200 I doubt you'd get something much better. High quality monitors are animals like Apple Cinema displays.
Dang, what would be a fair price to sell it at? How are the ASUS monitors?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HOTDOGS;12888478 
Dang, what would be a fair price to sell it at? How are the ASUS monitors?

TBH, I like the Samsung panels better than the few Asus panels I've had come through my hands. But at the pricepoint you're shopping at you're not going to get something that much better. Most of Samsung's 1080p and higher panels are well over $200USD last I knew.

You can spend more on your monitor and color-calibration hardware than you spent on the rest of your build without trying hard. My thought is that if doesn't get in your way, why dump it?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skripka;12888544 
TBH, I like the Samsung panels better than the few Asus panels I've had come through my hands. But at the pricepoint you're shopping at you're not going to get something that much better. Most of Samsung's 1080p and higher panels are well over $200USD last I knew.

You can spend more on your monitor and color-calibration hardware than you spent on the rest of your build without trying hard. My thought is that if doesn't get in your way, why dump it?
Good point, so I'm better off keeping it? If I want to look into doubles, each for around $150, what should I be looking at?
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Ok, here's the real reason: Your monitor is a TN display, TN are cheap, have bad color reproduction, and has bad viewing angles. For video editing you'll want an IPS display, like the Dell U2211H, U2311H, or U2410. IPS has great color reproduction, has very wide viewing angles, and aren't that expensive anymore.

A higher resolution monitor will also help you in video editing a lot, since you have more space, and can view 1080P video in full while editing.

HP also make high quality IPS displays, but tend to cost more than Dells. Avoid the Apple Cinema displays, while they are IPS, they ave overpriced.
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Any IPS panel is what your going to need. Apple displays are actually some of the best deals on an ips 27". If your wanting a smaller display than that, then dell ultrasharps are all IPS panels, as well as the HP ZR series are a great value to look at. I personally love the HP's.

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF04a/382087-382087-64283-72270-3884471.html
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