Chief Blur Buster wrote:Vega wrote:Well this test was a bust. Cross-talk is WAY worse on the Samsung's than ULMB. Funny thing is that the 4-zone scan makes the cross-talk uniform vertical across the panel. The problem is it's bad cross-talk.
P.S. It's strobe crosstalk. I add strobe as a qualifier because the word "crosstalk" comes from the use of 3D Vision glasses.
I am surprised because a tester said one of the Samsungs did better than ULMB.
Perhaps it is something that varies a bit... So I'm curious if there's a variance somewhere.
Did you warm up the LCD for at least 30 minutes?
Cold LCD's ghost much more than warm. Especially VA panels.
EIZO FG2421 ghosting, when cold:
EIZO FG2421 ghosting, after warming up for 30 minutes:
So warming up (higher temperatures) makes a really huge difference on VA panels.
Ya, I had the monitor on for a good hour. Was really surprised at how bad the strobe crosstalk was. Pretty much the worst strobing backlight I've seen. I double and triple checked settings. I could definitely tell it was strobing. The strobe crosstalk was pretty uniform (which is a benefit over ULMB which is usually just minimized in the center), but overall was quite a bit worse than my SG2716G in ULMB clarity.
Who knows, maybe the 27" Samsung version I have is much worse than the 24" for whatever reason?