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Old 3rd October 2007, 17:02   #1
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Default LCD TN Panels that are produced too economically?

We are still reaping the results from the tests and unveiling of the various Samsung SyncMaster 226BW versions. At first, it enabled us to see the number of different panels used for the same reference number as well as the variation in settings. This especially resulted in random color fidelity despite rather similar components. Another point that has now come up is that for same family of panels from the same manufacturer (Samsung, in this case), colors may appear homogenous to the eye but there are darker zones as soon as we move our eyes from the center of the panel. From what we’ve gathered, this has nothing to do with a potential Mura effect and is more a problem related to the filter applied to panels and viewing angles that are much too small. (Thanks Rutar for the link!)
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