Is this true ? can anyone verify this ...
that size would be ideal for me because i can use it as monitor ,right now i am using a 49 inch sony xbr9 and i think sucks as a monitor, because the dark levels & angles aren't so great. I heard OLED fixes alot of ot hose issues especially on the 2019...
Now that OLEDs are dropping below 2k ,
Does anyone here use an OLED Panel as a PC Monitor and , how does it differ in terms of Crispness of reading Text and webpages , do you notice any Eye strain ,
Do you find any difference in usage in terms of image quality on the OLED vs the traditional...
sitting 3 FT away from a 49 inch
is the same as sitting
about 2 feet from a 40 Inch which most people consider an ideal scenario.
so if you get a 49 all you have to do is move it back about 1.25 FT and/or put it on a vesa mount off load it away from your desk
compromise, get a 49 but just sit a few feet back when you use a computer ?
i have a unique tv vesa mount stand that allows me to move tv back and forth between and up and down against the wall depending on whether i need it against my computer desk or not.
sony 900e !~
i had the older sonys and just upgraded bc i got a deal last month and i am really liking it
bc the software , the stability , the way it flows and sync well with my pc
i dont have that issue where i walk away from pc , the monitor disconnects like i used to with my older sonys...
i m not going to say 900e is a better monitor than 830c, but i will say that , functionaly its been a more "solid" to work with in terms of pc monitor. whereas i had so more issues with the 800e/830c after long useages, the 900e has been prettty solid in terms of performance and updated software...
I have been using both of these as a pc monitor for 2 weeks each..the differences that i see are that
The 900e is slightly more colorful, and things are are a bit crisper.
even though its a VA panel , i did not notice a worsening of the view panel, bc the back light technology seems to have...
i fixed my Tv issue , but wasn't cheap, and but the time i fixed it, decided to with a 900e.
- needs the monster 27 mphs wire
- needs a 1080 card
- sony software update
but the 900E plays much better and was on sale last week
In my option i think so just look at the differences:
a) it has full array direct LED lit , whereas most are including the 720e/800D are side or edge lit panels.
b) its a VA panel so the constrast will be about 3000:1 x vs 1000:1 IPS as on the 720e
c) it is PWM Free
d) Brightness is 3X...
heres a test i';ve done ;
i used something that has glass or mirrior and place in front of the display when its completely black ; if i see flickering off the mirrow i know the screen has pretty bad PWM.
Hey I have the same card as you ,and x800E and I ve had the same issues.. I've tried everything under the sun and then some, different cables, settings, ( even both control panel and tv settings ) even the expensive 100$ monster cable...nothing Worked.
The conclusion is that just this...
yes i read this morning and was pretty impressed however since i mainly use the 4k screens , they have a 34inch one which looks impressive.
i am using the 40 inch sony which is going to be hard to x720 hard to downgrade to in terms of size