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Looking for a high contrast ips panel...

MasterRaceMcqueen
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the best i found is 1300:1

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/38fd14db

But this reviw says it's not 1300:1 

https://www.color-management-guide.com/eizo-coloredge-cg277-monitor-review.html

Why?

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because there's no universal way of testing contrast, therefore everyone can give a different number for the same item?

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10 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

because there's no universal way of testing contrast, therefore everyone can give a different number for the same item?

Make sense... but 700:1 it's a huge difference idk...

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You need ot check review sites for actual contrast as they will have a set method of testing they can use across all makes and models.

Like rtings.com for example.

 

FYI, if you want contrast, VA is the way to go in regards to LCD panels.

 

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  • 11 months later...

The measured contrast in this EIZO CG277 is so low, because they activated Digital Uniformity Equalizer ( after this uniformity is better, but it killing contrast ). So ~1000:1 in this model is possible (when You turn off DUE).

 

The BEST contrast ratio on IPS have EIZO Prominence ( 1 000 000 : 1 - without any local dimming ).

https://www.eizo.com/products/coloredge/cg3145/

 

Very good contrast for IPS have LG 32UD99 - ~1500:1 (i've measured 1487:1)

32UD99Contrast.png

 

Another IPS with good contrast ratio:

- EIZO S2133  -  ~1500:1

- EIZO CG2420 - ~1500:1

- EIZO CG247X - ~1500:1

- EIZO CG2730 - ~1500:1

- EIZO CG319X - ~1500:1

- NEC PA271Q - ~1500:1

- ACER Pro Designer PE320QK - ~1500:1

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/acer_prodesigner_pe320qk.htm

 

ps. RTings contrast measuring precision is very low - i think they measure black level in 0,01cd resolution, or even 0,1cd, which is too low for good precison contrast calculation, especially at not high white level eg. 120cd

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