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Anti-Glare coating [acer predator xb241yu]

Adrien Papa
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hello I just brought an Acer predator xb241yu and iv notice the screen is really grainy is there any way I can reduce the anti-glare coating on it 

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its a film, it cant be reduced. . but it can be removed.. but u will void your warrenty.

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18 hours ago, SolarNova said:

its a film, it cant be reduced. . but it can be removed.. but u will void your warrenty.

is there any risk in removing it?

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4 hours ago, Adrien Papa said:

is there any risk in removing it?

Most certainly

Your effectivly pealing off a layer that is glued on. From what iv seen it requirs soaking the front of the screen with wet towel. Not to mention you will be left with an almost glass like finish if all the glue is succesfuly removed, which WILL have significant reflection.

It will make the image look far richer and overall better BUT thats only if ur succesful. 

You also risk accidently pealing off or otherwise damaging the polarixing layer, which will result in your monitor not showing any image unless u look through a polizing filter.. LTT done a video ..i think it was Luke that done it, where he removed the filter to make a 'private monitor' that would look like it is showing nothing but white to everyone who isnt wearing polized glasses.

 

IMO with the price of good monitors, i woudnt risk it. But thats up to u, google the process and see if its somthing u want to do.

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VDU: Panasonic 42" Plasma | GPU: Gigabyte 1080ti Gaming OC & Barrow Block | Sound: Asus Xonar D2X - Z5500 -FiiO X3K DAP/DAC - ATH-M50S | Case: Phantek Enthoo Primo White |

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11 hours ago, SolarNova said:

 

Most certainly

Your effectivly pealing off a layer that is glued on. From what iv seen it requirs soaking the front of the screen with wet towel. Not to mention you will be left with an almost glass like finish if all the glue is succesfuly removed, which WILL have significant reflection.

It will make the image look far richer and overall better BUT thats only if ur succesful. 

You also risk accidently pealing off or otherwise damaging the polarixing layer, which will result in your monitor not showing any image unless u look through a polizing filter.. LTT done a video ..i think it was Luke that done it, where he removed the filter to make a 'private monitor' that would look like it is showing nothing but white to everyone who isnt wearing polized glasses.

 

IMO with the price of good monitors, i woudnt risk it. But thats up to u, google the process and see if its somthing u want to do.

okay thank you

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