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which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?
  

Hello friends I am looking forward to buy a monitor but I am confused with LCD or LED what?s the difference anyways... I am unable to play High definition games on my existing monitor it gives me some kind of error, It would be even better if it has an HDMI Port. Do monitors come with wall bracket installation? If yes where can I find it? I have checked a lot of brands but can?t come to a conclusion. My budget is approximately around $350 to $450. I liked Samsung PX2370 and it even falls under my specifications, so if you all have some kind of suggestions it would really help

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Re: which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?

Well of course there will be a difference in color and the contrast between the similar products, and even between different units of the similar products. You must use a hardware calibrator that makes a profile for each monitor for any kind of regularity. Having said that I would also like to tell you that when you are buying an LCD/LED monitor after using a CRT monitor you will face a lot of difference in the color the color on CRT monitors are appealing to the eye while in LCD/LED monitors the colors won?t be that appealing but the overall picture quality is much better in LCD/LED monitors.
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Re: which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?

Our eyes see black levels and color space differently depending on the backlight and lighting of the room. The result of the picture can also be affected by the illumination of the room. Test color space is always done in dark rooms, because more than saturate the screen with the light will contaminate the needle coated color space or not. That's another reason for the high-end displays come with hoods or canopies. Color space / color quality is therefore dependent on ambient light and current calibration settings or configuration. As photos go, the brighter monitor could be better if you look the picture in a room lit by example ... darker and the monitor could be better with the picture in a darkroom
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Re: which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?

Calibration screens affects production largely, though not professional editing configuration as the eye can take some time to get good results. I used to calibrate my LCD to get so close to my FW900 as possible, but would have to decide on some concessions in my settings. Out of the box is often extremely LCD brighter. I think LEDs are even brighter. You would have to turn the brightness way down to avoid the lava, and tweak a lot of other options to get the most out of your monitor (contrast, digital intensity, etc). Some people prefer "crayon" Bloomy color settings and I think any reasonable color settings look bad in comparison. A person who says "I already set the setting" does not mean they are competent to do well. Screen coatings can affect the quality of the image. The anti-reflection coating can vary from one screen to another. Some are more aggressive, grainy, some more than others wax, etc
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Re: which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?

I have a led edge lit 46 "Samsung TV that looks beautiful to me, especially the mature colors is Brilliant. I've also seen the Apple Cinema Display at the Apple store, which is LED backlit and bright ips. And I think it looks beautiful as well. I've also recently installed an ASUS 19 "1440x900 LED-backlit in vertical TN mode next to my Hannspree 28" CCFL backlight TN, and I think the ASUS looks great. The Hannspree is almost brown in comparison to his side. The 19 "LED is not bright on the road. I had to turn the brightness down to 19". Again, you really cannot say a picture is a false impression of what your eyes see unless you check out the product you?re self
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Re: which is brtter LCD monitor or LED MONITOR?

The HP w2207 monitor has a bright Screen, which usually means the colors are more saturated to give this "lively" look. Monitors that use LED (also known as WLED) backlight only a palette of 68% which is below the normal color range of 72%. Overall normal color range is ideal for displaying precise color on screen. Color array of 68% makes the colors a bit blue, some people may notice, others do not. There are no real benefits to a range of colors below normal. Wide range of colors is usually at least 92% and gives a slightly greenish white. The benefit for a wide range of colors for printing is correct. It is hard to calibrate a color monitor and a wide range of quality good color printer for accurate color printing. WLED is basically a blue LED with a yellow layer to simulate white. RGB-LED uses a combination of red, green, blue LEDs to create white light. Obviously this is a very expensive solution for the real target
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