Need Help Purchasing New Monitor Solved

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  1.    01 Dec 2016 #21

    Yes on the brightness question. The TN monitors are over bright which you have already discovered. You can dim the display but that works against contrast so is not a good trade off. Striking a balance between brightness and contrast brings out the richness of the color spectrum. That is where IPS monitors have the distinct advantage. VA panels run a close second to IPS in this area. I also run my panel at 175% as I am in agreement with you on that looking the best.

    Bottom line is if you like the display then all is good. For me, I got used to using professional grade monitors many years ago so a lesser quality display just looks terrible to me and so I shy away from them. Of course that means I have to save my dollars longer to get what I can live with as well! Enjoy the new display, Samsung makes a quality display so you should get some good use out of it.
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  2.    01 Dec 2016 #22

    Thanks Railtech. It took multiple tries between brightness and contrast but I think I'm good now.

    Marking this thread as solved. Thanks all!
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