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24.08.11 09:41:00 am
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Aether
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So I got my new monitor some days ago. And somehow, I noticed that there's been lighter spots near the corners. and darker spots near the centre. That's called Backlight bleeding.

Assuming that every LCD monitor suffers from this to a certain degree, I came here, and I want you to tell me what screen you're using, and how much backlight bleeding it suffers from.
I'd like to know, so whenever this monitor I own goes to waste, I will be able to choose from a one that doesn't bleed that much. Thanks!

Anyways, it seems mine is Benq G925HD, and it has some great problems in the bottom corners and being darker on the left and right.
24.08.11 09:59:59 am
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user Aether has written:
So I got my new monitor some days ago. And somehow, I noticed that there's been lighter spots near the corners. and darker spots near the centre. That's called Backlight bleeding.

Assuming that every LCD monitor suffers from this to a certain degree, I came here, and I want you to tell me what screen you're using, and how much backlight bleeding it suffers from.
I'd like to know, so whenever this monitor I own goes to waste, I will be able to choose from a one that doesn't bleed that much. Thanks!

Anyways, it seems mine is Benq G925HD, and it has some great problems in the bottom corners and being darker on the left and right.



i dont know for lighter and darker , but my previous monitor used to get purple at it's left side when i adjusted/move it.

however have a look at this thread about benq :
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/747146

Also , i personally recomend Acer monitors
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24.08.11 10:27:07 am
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Hmm, purple, that's new to mee.
Also, thanks for that thread, I think I'll ditch this monitor ASAP :3

Acer seems pretty great tho, thanks for the tip.
24.08.11 11:17:09 am
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user lenz-_- has written:
i dont know for lighter and darker , but my previous monitor used to get purple at it's left side when i adjusted/move it.

Exactly what was happening to my Philips LCD monitor. Apparently it did not like the graphic card cord to be touched in any way and it would randomly switch from pink to purple the entire screen.
Then, after I finished moving it, I'd have to find the perfect placement for the cord.
Mostly just random positions until it clears.
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