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chicb 08-22-2013 03:01 PM

Monitor Recommendations
 
My monitor seems to be on the way out and I am about to start a new O U course , so i would appreciate any recommendations , preferably in the budget bracket ( funds are getting low ) .Thanking you in advance.

_Provo_ 08-22-2013 04:44 PM

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Here's a good source article to at least educate the consumer on
what to look for when purchasing a new monitor.Very informative
How to Buy an LCD Monitor | PCMag.com

Hope it helps. I have a Acer Monitor has been rock solid I also have 3 HP
monitors that have been great.

Here's some other monitors recommended by pc mag
The 10 Best Computer Monitors | PCMag.com

jdt360 08-22-2013 04:46 PM

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Best monitor for photo editing: 4 top models tested and rated | Digital Camera World

I'd do eizo if money didn't matter. I use the dell ultrasharps at the moment.

m332720 08-24-2013 08:47 PM

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I had a Dell Ultrasharp U2410 and it died just short of its second birthday. It had great color but it was a very hot running monitor you could feel the heat coming off of the front panel.. Also oddly enough Dell doesn't show it on there web site any more. I replaced it with a NEC 232W. Since I run two monitors the slight decrees in screen size is not a problem.

jdt360 08-25-2013 10:23 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by m332720 (Post 1939686)
Also oddly enough Dell doesn't show it on there web site any more.

Not odd. Replaced by u2413.

zemlin 08-25-2013 10:30 AM

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I have two HP LP2465 24" S-PVA 1920x1200 monitors.
While they aren't the ultimate for photo editing, they've served me well for a number of years and the price for a used one is quite good.
HP LP2465 24 Inch Widescreen LCD Flat Panel Computer Monitor Display DVI Used 0882780293007 | eBay
Seems they are susceptible to "bruise" marks on the screens, so be careful that you get one described as good. One of mine has one stick pixel. Otherwise they are great. They calibrate well. CFL backlight has a slight color shift across the panel, but I never notice it unless I do something like put up a solid gray screen.

Good 24" monitor with good viewing angle for under $200. USB hub, nice height-adjustable base, dual DVI inputs ...

The LP2475 is also supposed to be good - wider gamut than the LP2465 (which good for sRGB)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-LP2475W-2...item19e0ffda70

m332720 08-25-2013 10:38 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by jdt360 (Post 1939859)
Not odd. Replaced by u2413.

And the 2413 sounds nice. Going to LED they might have fixed the high heat problem.
The Dell was my first high end IPS monitor until then I had been running dual 24 Mitsubishi Diamontrons flat screen CRT's; both of them close to ten years old. They had gotten to the point where they would not hold calibration so it was time to replace them.
I will see how my dual NEC's work out before I think about buying a Dell again.

jdt360 08-25-2013 11:12 AM

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Originally Posted by m332720 (Post 1939867)
And the 2413 sounds nice. Going to LED they might have fixed the high heat problem.
The Dell was my first high end IPS monitor until then I had been running dual 24 Mitsubishi Diamontrons flat screen CRT's; both of them close to ten years old. They had gotten to the point where they would not hold calibration so it was time to replace them.
I will see how my dual NEC's work out before I think about buying a Dell again.

I'm not selling dells... unless they send me one for free:cheesy:

Just clearing up dell didn't just ditch the 2410 line... but replaced/upgraded. I probably wouldn't buy a brand that died on me that quick either. So far so good with my dell experience (always used Lacie in the past).

I'm sure your NEC's will be great. The 75% of adobeRGB and less than 100% sRGB gamut may have turned me off though. The 16:10 ratio and extra vertical pixels that the Dell provide are nice for photo editing as well (even in dual setup).

Another resource for those that want to do their own research:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk

seawolf66 08-26-2013 03:42 PM

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Just got a Dell Ultra sharp U2312HM Around 350.00 its dam good its a lot better than the last one I had:

gehutch 08-28-2013 06:14 PM

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I can recommend the HP ZR2440w. Great monitor, better than the Dell Ultrasharp it replaced...

aam1234 08-30-2013 09:41 AM

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Good thread. Tag.

WesternGuy 08-30-2013 10:18 AM

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Have a look at the ASUS PA246Q. They are in the "budget" bracket. I have two of them and they work very well for me.

Asus ProArt PA246Q Review | IPS Monitor

WesternGuy

aam1234 08-30-2013 11:02 AM

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IPS Monitor List: Premium LCD Panels

johnsnowkornar 08-12-2017 12:46 PM

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I had a Dell Ultrasharp U2410 and it kicked the bucket barely shy of its second birthday celebration. They adjust well. CFL backdrop illumination has a slight shading shift over the board, yet I never see it unless I accomplish something like set up a strong dark screen.

Another asset for those that need to do their own exploration: 9 Best 27 inch Monitors under $300 & $200

:);-):D

gehutch 08-12-2017 09:07 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by WesternGuy (Post 1942659)
Have a look at the ASUS PA246Q. They are in the "budget" bracket. I have two of them and they work very well for me.
Asus ProArt PA246Q Review | IPS Monitor
WesternGuy

That's interesting, I put the PA248Q on a wish list for when my present monitor dies (four years old now)...

gryphonslair99 08-14-2017 02:01 PM

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This is the way to go.

gehutch 08-14-2017 03:18 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by gryphonslair99 (Post 2364003)

$1000 too much...

RonB 08-14-2017 03:44 PM

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I have used a EZIO CE210W for years. I pair it with a DELL as dual screen.

The important item that one should not forget to have a "Color Balance" done. I use (color munki). Works great. I hope everyone that is serious has a color balance system for their monitor. There are many out there, some better than others.

The first time you use it yo'll be amazed how far off the color can be.

gryphonslair99 08-15-2017 04:12 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by gehutch (Post 2364009)
$1000 too much...

All depends on how accurate you want your editing and printing to be.

aam1234 08-17-2017 11:49 AM

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May I hijack this thread for a bit to ask about a "somewhat" similar question.

I'm looking for a big* size TV that can display photos in high resolution. Want it to show my family the photos I took.

* Big = about 40-50 inches.

gryphonslair99 08-17-2017 02:46 PM

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LG OlED 4K would be the best. I think the smallest is 65" though.

aam1234 08-18-2017 08:23 AM

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Edit: Moved the question to the OT section. It's here

Koban 08-18-2017 08:34 AM

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Size, 32inch or 88inch or in between ?
What is your budget?

Some have own apps that can display content from a NAS, USB stick or form online sources like flickr etc.

aam1234 08-18-2017 09:28 AM

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Hi, Koban.

Are you referring to my question that I moved to the OT section? If so, then around 55-60 inches. The budget is fairly flexible.

Kindly note that I absolutely have no clue when it comes to TVs.

Cheers


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