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    New monitor question

    Looking for new monitor folks
    Past 4 years I bye and sold 4 different monitors
    NEC Spectraview LCD2690WUXi - big and expensive for quality, sold after 2 years, color temperature fall down from 6500K to 5800K @ 80
    EIZO CG 24 to expensive for quality, sold after 1 year same shits with CT
    Dell U2410 - just terrible contrast, 6 months and sold
    and at last
    EIZO S2243 - firs 1 year everything was OK, after that horror - maximum color temperature 4800K @ 80

    I'm really disappointed, I wanna monitor who will live more then 3 years.
    Any suggestions?

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    NEC PA271W with Spectra View II is So good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elcabron View Post
    Looking for new monitor folks
    Past 4 years I bye and sold 4 different monitors
    NEC Spectraview LCD2690WUXi - big and expensive for quality, sold after 2 years, color temperature fall down from 6500K to 5800K @ 80
    EIZO CG 24 to expensive for quality, sold after 1 year same shits with CT
    Dell U2410 - just terrible contrast, 6 months and sold
    and at last
    EIZO S2243 - firs 1 year everything was OK, after that horror - maximum color temperature 4800K @ 80

    I'm really disappointed, I wanna monitor who will live more then 3 years.
    Any suggestions?
    Hi, have you looked at the newer EIZO ColorEdge 27" CG275W. This monitor is amazing but not inexpensive. Check out the following link:
    http://www2.chromix.com/colorgear/shop/productdetail.cxsa?toolid=50143&-session=SessID:56A02B1502a3c17222IpI1DF4E00

    Best regards,
    Christian

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    Never heard of this type of degradation? It cannot be compensated by and kind of calibration (like its done internally with the new Eizos)? Does LED backlit trchnology help?
    Another solution might be the Sony PVM-series - it's meant for video work - but since it's OLED it might not suffer from the same issues (although OLEDs have different problems, yet)

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    NEC PA271W Spectra View II with great to monitor

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    If you know some German, PRAD is a perfect ressource to look for monitor tests. They test new screens very extensively and make buying suggestions.

    [URL="http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/kaufberatung/kaufberatung-teil7.html"]http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/kaufberatung/kaufberatung-teil7.html[/URL]

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