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VA panel recomendation

Hello,


Looking for either a 27" VA monitor or 32" TV. 1080p. Budget oriented. EU location.

The main requirement is the panel, without bleeding.


Thank you.
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The manufacturer claims this is supposed to be a VA panel.

Does this look like a VA panel?


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Why only VA? My monitor is IPS, but since it's a little better than the most basic displays it certainly doesn't need more blacks. Unless you would use your monitor in pitch black.

I would get an accurate/calibrated monitor over just VA panel any day.
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Hello,

Looking for either a 27" VA monitor or 32" TV. 1080p. Budget oriented. EU location.
The main requirement is the panel, without bleeding.
Thank you.
Toshiba 32WL3A63

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https://toshiba-tv.com/uk-uk/32wl3a63db

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Why only VA? My monitor is IPS, but since it's a little better than the most basic displays it certainly doesn't need more blacks. Unless you would use your monitor in pitch black.

I would get an accurate/calibrated monitor over just VA panel any day.
I'm interested in better black level then the current display (IPS). It's being used in a dark room setting.

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It's 720p. Can't find any info that it's a VA.


I'll have a talk with the manufacturer for the display they sent me.

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At different angles.

How can I tell what kind of panel is it?
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If it behaves to touch like in the video below, is it a VA?

Is the black level poor because of bleeding or poor panel?

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Hello,


Looking for either a 27" VA monitor or 32" TV. 1080p. Budget oriented. EU location.

The main requirement is the panel, without bleeding.


Thank you.
I'm using a Philips 326E8FJSB VA panel 1440p 75 Hz FreeSync monitor for my gaming PC. It was very cheap ($140 US open box) and has nice deep blacks and vibrant colors.
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At different angles.

How can I tell what kind of panel is it?
Looks like a IPS which have better viewing angles than VA.
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I'm using a Philips 326E8FJSB VA panel 1440p 75 Hz FreeSync monitor for my gaming PC. It was very cheap ($140 US open box) and has nice deep blacks and vibrant colors.
New it's a lot more.

What about AOC Q3279VWF?
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New it's a lot more.

What about AOC Q3279VWF?
Yeah just a few months ago Amazon was selling them for under $250 IIRC. The AOC seems very similar, VA panel, 75 Hz FreeSync, same ports, similar brightness level, and high contrast ratio for deep blacks. It got a good review and is a good value at $260.
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Yeah just a few months ago Amazon was selling them for under $250 IIRC. The AOC seems very similar, VA panel, 75 Hz FreeSync, same ports, similar brightness level, and high contrast ratio for deep blacks. It got a good review and is a good value at $260.
Got one. Ok blacks but has some bleeding in the upper right corner. If I move to the right of the screen's center, closer to facing the screen's edge, the bleeding starts to disappear.
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I'm using a Philips 326E8FJSB VA panel 1440p 75 Hz FreeSync monitor for my gaming PC. It was very cheap ($140 US open box) and has nice deep blacks and vibrant colors.
The AOC has some posterization and banding on shadows. Is the Philips susceptible to that?
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The AOC has some posterization and banding on shadows. Is the Philips susceptible to that?
I've haven't seen any, but then I'm not actively looking for problems.
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The manufacturer claims this is supposed to be a VA panel.

Does this look like a VA panel?


Yes it looks like a VA panel to me ( without local dimming) and looks pretty uniform. I’m guessing it looks even better in person
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Looks like the bleeding effect is from the angles. When moving around the bleeding goes away.

Might have to do with calibration setting, but banding posterization is much more obvious than on other displays.
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