REVIEW: Eizo L565-K Part 3
Brightness can be controlled directly at the device too. A high frequent buzzing sound like the one we perceived with the by one inch bigger model Eizo L767 could not be perceived.
The color temperature is adjustable between 4.000 K and 10.000 K at steps of 500 Kelvin. Furthermore, you are enabled to make adjustments for color saturation, RGB colors and hue.
The monitor always scales to full screen. An aspect or 1:1 display setting is not available in the OSD.
In the menu item Information Eizo also displays the total amount of power-on hours; a thing that is not offered by many manufacturers.
The OSD offers almost countless options that graphics artist are sure to be excited by. The normal type of user, however, might be somewhat confused by the various configuration possibilities. But with some amount of practice and the included manual on CD, this shouldn't pose too much of a problem anymore.
The Eizo L565 is recommendable without any kind of restraints and takes the lead among all of the 17 inch models that we have reviewing so far. Image quality, streaking behavior, viewing angle dependency, design and fabrication quality perform just as they are supposed to. The only things that could be pointed out negatively are the speakers of rather moderate quality and the lack of flexibility of the pedestal. From our point of view, the Eizo L565-K deserves a clear buying recommendation, since it can be considered state of the art and has raised the bar for other 17 inch models. This is also reflected in the complete satisfaction that was uttered by our Board members who have written quite a number of reviews in the respective discussion boards.
Overall rating: VERY GOOD
Technical specifications: Eizo L565
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