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post #421 of 431 Old 01-31-2015, 05:19 PM
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I'm an animation professional looking to get a larger HDTV for my workstation, mainly to preview work on instead of my existing 27" monitor. I was hoping someone here could make some recommendations, with input lag, colour accuracy, and overall image sharpness being the main concerns. (good PC gaming performance is always a plus) I'm looking for something around 38 - 42" in size. The workstation is a Windows PC with an EVGA GeForce GTX 680.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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Bought an LG, 42LB5600 for PC use only. Input lag said to be 27ms (rating: Great). I wasn't 100% sure what to expect based on various forums and reviews, but wasn't expecting that the "experience" to be that great...don't know why.


Connected via HDMI (PC)-to-HDMI1 (HDTV); graphics card is an Asus, STRIX GTX970, running 344.48 drivers. Labeled input (HDMI-1) "PC" and set NVidia (audio) to LG. Very impressed with this sub-$400 set. Text is exceptionally clear.


4:4:4 chroma = YES
Hi? Selecting the resolution 2560x1440 (downsampling) the desktop you see well?
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I'm an animation professional looking to get a larger HDTV for my workstation, mainly to preview work on instead of my existing 27" monitor. I was hoping someone here could make some recommendations, with input lag, colour accuracy, and overall image sharpness being the main concerns. (good PC gaming performance is always a plus) I'm looking for something around 38 - 42" in size. The workstation is a Windows PC with an EVGA GeForce GTX 680.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Other than the size the Panasonic ax800 fits the bill perfectly. I use one as a monitor and the image quality and latency are both superb.
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I don't get it. This thread was started in 2011 but no cards have supported 4:4:4 chroma until recently.
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I am looking for a relatively inexpensive 32 inch 1080P tv to purchase for use as a monitor. 444 capable with low lag. All the others mentioned so far are so old they are no longer available, or the latest and greatest 3D or new higher def.
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You know, there are actual 32" 1080p monitors nowadays:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...CE&PageSize=30

Such sizes at only 1080p seem to be designed in mind for digital signage though, so it doesn't look like they typically come with a stand.

With a higher resolution like 1440p or more, you can get an actual true monitor at such a size:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...55%20600338096

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Thank you, but these are not inexpensive compared to TV's. All I won't are some are some examples of TV's that offer 444 and fairly low lag, in the area of 32inches. BTW how come everybody keeps talking about LCD when all the new TV's with bright images are LED displays?
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Thank you, but these are not inexpensive compared to TV's.
Well, "inexpensive" is very reletive. Consider that my current 39" 1080p 2013-model HDTV was $350, which cost moderately less than than the 27" 2000-model Trinitron CRT it replaced.


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BTW how come everybody keeps talking about LCD when all the new TV's with bright images are LED displays?
...because LED TVs are LCD TVs - the LED purely refers to the backlight (traditional LCDs used CCFL backlights); this also applies to quantum dot as well - it's an LCD display with a different backlight.

It's OLED that is a completely different display technology - each pixel is self-emitting so it doesn't even have a backlight.

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Has anyone tested the Vizio m322i-b1 for Chroma? A guide (which I can't say) lists it as one of the best HDTVs for gaming. Any comments?
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Does the DM65USR take in 4k@ 60Hz at 4:4:4 chroma, 8 bit?
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Anyone got an info if the LG 32LF6300 & LG 42LF550A support 4:4:4 color sample?
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