REVIEW: Belinea 101920 (No. 111919) Part 5
The OSD of the Belinea 101920 is laid out in a concise and well structured way. The menu can be easily accessed by means of 4 silver buttons. While, admittedly, the range of functions does not turn out to be too big, there are still all of the essential configuration possibilities present.
The Belinea 101920 houses a MVA panel made by AUO. Fine gradients of colors and grey shades are reproduced neatly. The MVA panel’s viewing angle span 170 degrees. The contrast ratio of 1000:1 is pretty high, something which profoundly contributes to a great reproduction of deep black levels. The brightness is more than sufficient at 250 candelas per m². The illumination uniformity is good, however unearths noticeable lucencies in corner areas starting at a brightness value of 70 percent. The mint condition display showed no pixel or subpixel defects.
Just like the Eizo S1910-K had already shown very clearly, the Belinea 101920, too, revealed some very distinct shifts in color for a small number of color values depending on viewing angle. However, this effect only shows up if the corresponding color appears in the form of an area, i.e. as a rectangle or a bar. We were almost unable to perceive this effect at all, or at most very faint only, when the corresponding color was part of a color gradient.
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