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Thread: What type of monitor are you using for prepress and why?

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    Apple Cinema Display 27" cause it's sleek and cool

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    best experience with Eizo ColorEdge CG243W

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    I use CRT & LCD
    Lacie electron22blueIV for adjustment images and
    Dell UltraSharp 2209WA for design

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    I'm using NEC SpectraView and Apple Cinema Display

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    Eizo cx270
    it has autocablibre sensor with cover for monitor

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    for now is many TFT monitors, that much better than any CRT

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    Most IPS Displays will do "just fine" if properly calibrated.

    For personal use I have a set of LG W2600HP S-IPS Monitors that seem to do the job just as well the professional Eizo Panels my graphic designers use.

    Depending on budget I'd say:

    Best solution: Eizo professional display (chose with size and features that match your need.

    Good solution: Apple Cinema Display or any IPS Monitor.

    Cheap: Get a second hand IPS Monitor, but make sure that 1. It's LED-lit, 2. good lightness.

    Note: No monitor is really "good" without calibration.

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    Dell U2713 IPS

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