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Sorry if I'm bothering you but I cant seem to get any information on the subject. You mentioned gaming is bad on digital signage monitors because of the slow panels they use. What if they have an ips panel? I found this one on amazon it looks like a digital signage monitor but says its a tv. http://www.amazon.com/NEC-E464-46-In...ywords=nec+e46
Thanks. any input will be greatly appreciated these screens look really appealing because of their low lag but don't want to make a mistake.
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The issue is that these displays are made for static images, not moving pictures. Because of this, they use slow panels and ghosting is a big issue.

Sorry for bothering you, but I cant seem to find any information on the subject. Are there any digital signage monitors with fast panels? What panels should I look for in digital signage monitors that would be suitable for gaming. This digital signage monitor I found says its a tv designed for hotels/ doctor offices, would it accept motion better? http://www.amazon.com/NEC-E464-46-In...ywords=nec+e46

Thanks, any input will be greatly appreciated.
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UFO, are there any digital signage displays with panels that can handle game motion? I'm leaning towards buying one but I don't want ghosting. I found this one which seems more of a tv then digital signage display. http://www.amazon.com/NEC-E464-46-In...ywords=nec+e46 anyone have this tv?

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Any word on CES bringing any monitor-like input lag results for any 2015 lineup set? Figured with the ease and mobility of the Bodnar people would of been snagging results all week on the new sets.
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Hi,

I was thinking of getting the 32" version of the 700B, are these response times playable on Counterstrike games on the PC? I plan to hook this tv up to my PC.

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I just tested the 55" 700B with my Leo Bodnar input lag tester (1080P signal) today. This set is the KDL-55W800B sans 3D. The Sony rep in my local Best Buy confirmed that Sony is testing the TV in BB stores to see how sales compare to those with 3D It had very similar results to the 800B model.

Here are the results:

Top bar: 20.1 ms
Middle bar: 23.3 ms
Bottom bar: 26.2

Average: 23.2 ms

I did not end up purchasing it as the results are still slightly high for my tastes. I wish more of the 2014 sets had 16-17 ms of input lag like last years 802A and 900A. The only Sony model that comes close this year is the W950B (17 ms) but it has had poor reviews due to bad black levels and inaccurate colors.
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Hi,

I was thinking of getting the 32" version of the 700B, are these response times playable on Counterstrike games on the PC? I plan to hook this tv up to my PC.

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32" and 42" have 14ms (Bodnar, 6ms vs CRT); 50" probably* as well but nobody has actually tested it
(* based on W800/790 42" vs 50" although 42" Bodnar measurement failed, the vs CRT was 8ms for both but ideally you would probably want a Bodnar measurement for consistency)

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Hi,

Thanks for the info. I am new to all this, which ms should I be comparing to a computer lcd screen? the 14ms or the 6ms Bodnar? My current dell lcd screen has 8ms.

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32" and 42" have 14ms (Bodnar, 6ms vs CRT); 50" probably* as well but nobody has actually tested it
(* based on W800/790 42" vs 50" although 42" Bodnar measurement failed, the vs CRT was 8ms for both but ideally you would probably want a Bodnar measurement for consistency)
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Hi,

Thanks for the info. I am new to all this, which ms should I be comparing to a computer lcd screen? the 14ms or the 6ms Bodnar? My current dell lcd screen has 8ms.

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14ms is the Bodnar measurement which is also what is used at displaylag.com the last two years. Normally they list response time measurements for monitors which are not the same as input lag but if you got the 8ms from a review probably compare to the 6ms. But monitors score better on the Bodnar measurement in general (see displaylag)
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Thanks. If that is the case the Sony w700 is actually very good as a monitor for my PC

Just wondering if the text etc will be as sharp as the dell....

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14ms is the Bodnar measurement which is also what is used at displaylag.com the last two years. Normally they list response time measurements for monitors which are not the same as input lag but if you got the 8ms from a review probably compare to the 6ms. But monitors score better on the Bodnar measurement in general (see displaylag)
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