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vinaych said:Nice points there, drafter
Well, my VX 1932 woes ended yesterday night..
I bought a HP w1907
Well, also tested the LG L194WT in the dealer's shop.. I found 2 stuck pixels..
and when compared with the color and the video playback, HP w1907 is way ahead than the LG model..
So, shelled out extra cash and got the looker-monitor
Brief experience with HP w1907:
The monitor when used with the factory settings is very bright...
I felt that it has an extra reddish tinge when compared to the blues and the greens.
After calibrating it and setting the gamma (value = 2.2), it is confrontable to work with for longer periods.
I don't know if it is for the glossy screen or the HP monitor itself, the black levels are very good.. back light bleed is very minimal..
yes, the movie playback is very good..
The monitor has 'QuickModes' that you could use to switch between different modes. These being, Movie, Photo, Text and Custom.
Setting the modes to the movie and photo modes make the color too bright.. and you just can't view any text at this setting.. The letters of the text has some kind of reddish and greenish shadows associated with it. (I'm guessing this has to do with higher gamma values in these modes and also the use of a VGA input!)
I just calibrated the monitor with the text mode settings even for movie watching..
Shall try calibrating my monitor more for better results..
PS: My dealer said, "U might have got a defective piece on the 1932wm! why don't you try the 1930?"
i will be getting the dvi cabl very soon,
what abt you...
i wanna c what this baby can do with dvi...