REVIEW: LG Flatron W2600HP Part 9
Variations within series: For test model 1 (Rev. 1), the maximum deviation is 11 percent or 17 cd/m² ...
… and for Model 2 (Rev. 2), it is 13 percent or 22 cd/m².
Subjectively, faint clouds can be seen when a black image is displayed in a darkened room: thus a bright halo can be recognised at the upper level on the left hand side. On the bottom right, the entire corner seems to be a little brighter. The models differ slightly from each other, but both demonstrate one weakness here. In general use, however, the deviations mentioned above do not appear.
The brightness distribution we measured is still at a good level, but subjectively, smaller "clouds" can be seen at the edges, as is visible in the picture here, which was taken in the dark.
When viewed from the side, black surfaces take on a red-grey shimmer. This means that the viewing angles for dark image content suffer somewhat, since even from a normal seated position, the outer edges of the screen seem to gleam slightly red because of the large screen diagonal.
Especially when viewed from the side, black receives a slightly red-grey shimmer.
The LG W2600HP just narrowly misses out on a rating of very good for its contrast. The decision was not easy because the measurements were good to very good, just like the colour reproduction, especially in User mode. In the end, the subjectively poorer contrast in dark scenes was decisive; here, the black value cannot quite compare with the values of modern VA panels.
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