it seems that it is there. you can best see it when you move the window around.
I haven't experienced any flickering whatsoever with my BL3200PT. I love working with it in my office. The only better monitor (for me) would be the BL3201PH that I use at my home. I would say for office task the BL3200PT is just a pleasure to work with.
Ok so I ended up getting a new one from the local frys and luckily no dead pixels but when I open up any grey screen it see bands of green red and blue kind of like color block... Strangely when I move the grey screen around the bands move with the screen...
This is in word the gray back areas same thing in outlook and most other grey screens.. not sure what this is
Took delivery of 2 BL3200PT's - Both are perfect. No dead or bright pixels. No vertical banding (at least none that I notice) - No flashing issue.
Mfg date is Jan 2015 and they were supplied by Amazon UK.
Pretty awesome monitors and the BenQ DisplayPilot software is cool (if a little buggy).
The blacks are incredible. Colours are fine (not IPS standard but A+ anyway).
I love them
I got the Asus version of monitor yesterday, overall I think it is good, except I have noticed that in a dark, or almost dark room on any black areas the screen has an obvious green glow to it, is this normal and has anyone else experienced this? Also the whole panel has a green tint to it out of the box, until you lower the green gain and bias a bit in the OSD....
Do all these panels have a green tinted glow on blacks? This monitor is nice except the green tint due to viewing angle, slightly on normal images but mainly noticeable on dark / black in a dark or almost dark room... Do I need to return this monitor or do they all do this? Really annoying because other than that it has no other obvious problems and a replacement might have other problems.
I don't recall a green tint, but you're likely experiencing VA cone/glow. Does it subside when you sit further back?
Does the PB328Q has a matte coating or is it glossy ?
I would love a 32" VA glossy monitor in 4K or 1440p, but it seems glossy displays are a rare breed nowadays.
Would you mind posting some picture (with the screen on and off) of the Asus ? (even crappy phone photo would do)
I purchased one of these monitors this week.
The build quality is excellent and watching movies with a display this size is amazing.
There are no dead pixels but unfortunately it suffers from vertical banding and DSE. There are 2 vertical bands visible on white and grey backgrounds on the left side of the screen and there is some slight clouding on the right .
Perhaps I am expecting too much but I don't think I can live with these flaws, so I am sad to say I will be returning it.
did you notice when it was manufactured?
i am still thinking about buying it, i had two of them last year and both had the banding problem. i am wondering if they fixed it with the mfg date of jan 2015....
Panelook now lists a 1.1 version of this panel with a Glare instead of Matte surface
Is here anyone from UK who bought this monitor from OCUK, Scan, or Amazon UK?
I would like to see how many of you had issues from these particular shops to narrow down which one might have better batches
[X]eltic;1040899297 said:Yeah, it happens occasionally. But I wouldn't call it a problem. Minor issue.
I changed my settings once again. Have this now:
Brightness - 17
Contrast - 50
Sharpness - 5
Gamma - 2
Color Temperature - User Define (R 100, G 94, B 99)
Hue - 50
Saturation - 55
AMA - High for desktop environments, premium for most games and movies.
Picture Mode - User
+5 saturation brings the colors back to life at lower brightness levels.
How do I access that?