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Topic # 89665 7-Sep-2011 00:35
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For the last 3 monitor sets I have been buying the Samsung 2443 Series 24" Monitors with a 1900x1200 resolution. The last lot of 3 I bought 6 months ago I am not that happy with, I can't seem to get a good colour/contrast setting for and I can't find recommended settings. I am thinking of replacing them, and getting 3 more. I am toying with the idea of 27" but I am quite set on 1900x1200, with adjustable bases thin bezel and exceptional picture. I do a fair amount of gaming and want to be sure of no ghosting or any other issues. I also do a massive amount of office/web type work and watching of TV/Movies so they need to be excellent all around.

Dell Ultrasharp are off the cards, right off the bat for reasons I'd rather not get into.

Happy to spend $500-700 per monitor for something exceptional, and shortly I guess I'll have 3 of these monitors still under warranty for sale.

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  Reply # 517867 7-Sep-2011 01:40
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I'm not sure if there is a question in your post, however do let me know when you want to sell one of your 27" monitors :)

Perhaps you can get one of those special monitor tuning/calibrators, or can borrow one. People who post of photography forums always have them and tent to lend them out.

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  Reply # 518001 7-Sep-2011 10:51
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My old Dell 2407WFP was wonderful, I've been tempted to get one of the new ones (2410) to replace my el-cheapo (but very good for the price) Viewsonic. Any basic reason why you're not keen, or is it a bit involved?

Let me know when you want to flick the Sammy's though, I might be keen on one depending what model of 2443 they are.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 518003 7-Sep-2011 10:52
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They are the 2443BW+'s

I am seriously considering the IPS-P Asus, the red racing stripe is horrible though

Let me know what you are thinking pricewise (without being silly please)

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