19"/17" recommendation

  • A lot of users got the problem with the luminosity. Try to use it at day only first where you have a good lightning conditions.

  • Hi Jacaru


    Regarding your previous questions:


    Optical filters for LCD:

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    sRGB:



    I'm considering 1970NX ... trying to choose between it and Iiyama 481E. You have had 1970NX for a while now. Is luminosity still a problem? Would you recommend this TFT?


    Thanks.

  • Luminosity is a personal problem i have(i have sensible eyes and use the LCD in bad lighting conditions). Its not a problem of the LCD. Otherwise im very happy with the LCD, and if you have followed the whole thread, it improves in every aspect the previous LCD i had. Im yet to find anything bad about it.

  • Thanks Jacaru


    It is good to have your opinion too. Yes, I read the whole thread, very interesting - and promising. I must say if there wasn't Iiyama ProLite E481, I would buy 1970NX without any hesitation. Read my thread if you want to know more.


    Totamec has been helping me too :)

  • I have located a 3M filter, i think nothing more is available in Spain. A 19" filter is not cheap I must say. Thanks for your help anyway.


    Anyone knows what are the different DV-modes in the monitor for? It has 3 modes and seem to affect the luminosity.


    Also, I would like a program that would provide me a fast way to change between different contrast & brightness profiles. Neither the monitor software (Naviset) nor my graphic card drivers (Catalyst) provide me with this function.


    As a final note, isnt RGB a standard for people that need to work with colour through many different devices?


    Thanks,
    Jacaru.

  • How are they called?


    I know a program, I will take a look if it is in english avaible and send you an e-mail ;)


    Yep, with RGB are you absolutly right!

  • Well its not like it has explicit names. DV-Mode OFF, DV-Mode 1, DV-Mode 2, DV-Mode 3. The manual tells these different modes are meant for working with text, video watching etc...but it does not specify which is for what exactly. I guess we will need another NEC user for this one :P

  • I will take care about it tomorrow! Don´t worry and please don´t be angry with me, I have to get up in 5hours and walk to work.

  • Quote

    Original von jacaru
    Also, I would like a program that would provide me a fast way to change between different contrast & brightness profiles. Neither the monitor software (Naviset) nor my graphic card drivers (Catalyst) provide me with this function.


    Have a look at to the brightness controller tool from NEC: [/URL]


    You can not freely setup own profiles for brithness control, but you are able to distingish the brightness setup between different types of applications.


    Hopefully it helps you.

  • Quote

    Original von jacaru
    Well its not like it has explicit names. DV-Mode OFF, DV-Mode 1, DV-Mode 2, DV-Mode 3. The manual tells these different modes are meant for working with text, video watching etc...but it does not specify which is for what exactly. I guess we will need another NEC user for this one :P


    As I found on NEC daatsheets they call it "Digital Visual Modes" but there is no detailed explanation about the technical background of this feature. Anyhow I guess, that this DV-modes are presets of gamma values. My 1980SX doesn't offer DV-modes in its standard menu (also not in the advanced menu), but im the advanced menu I can change the gamma values free as I prefer. There are also presets called "No correction", "2.2"; and "S-Curve". I assume that's the same. ;)

  • Yes it seems related to gamma. I use DV-Mode 3 (lowest gama) for desktop use and DV-Mode 2 (medium gamma) for games and films. Thanks for your help.