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Closer Look at 17” LCD Monitors Features: Pixel Response Time

Started by: bopannibal | Date 07/19/03 05:26:06 AM
Comments: 16 | Last Comment:  08/25/06 10:48:55 AM

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EIZO LCDs come with nasty response time still I have the impression the L565 is better than the Nec 1701 both to play n watch DVDs.
It would be interesting to see how the L565 rates in your stats.
Great job!
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Please review some 19" and 20" displays soon! :) Like the Dell's 2000FP 20" LCD and some other ones. Also, it would be great if you could concentrate specifically on the relationship of the response time to GAMING performance and DVD-WATCHING performance.

Thanks, and keep up the good work.

Oleg Artamonov, pishi skoree sledujushee review :)
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 07/20/03 11:28:11 PM]
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I find it hard to belive that you found the monitor with the worst combined times to be the best of the bunch. Especially when there are those like the NEC models that have such drastically better numbers. Even if you look at just the rise time, other models score better. You do a comparison of response times to see which is best, then give it to one of the worst because it doesn't give up as much viewing angle?

Motion blur on an lcd is the product of pixels either not lighting fast enough, or not falling off quick enough, end result is the same. You have pixels lit that shouldn't be, or pixels that should be lit that aren't. Pixel drop off time is every bit as important as pixel rise time, possilby even more so.
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