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confusion on the new BenQ XL2546

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confusion on the new BenQ XL2546

Postby testid » 28 Jul 2017, 09:21

XL2546 is basically XL2540 with dynamic accuracy, which is what BenQ refers MBR to. But XL2540 already has MBR as a feature in service menu. Not only this, but XL2540's luminance is 400cd/m2, while XL2546 is said to be only 320cd/m2 from what I've googled. Doesn't this mean that XL2546 is actually a straight downgrade from XL2540? Really confused here.
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Re: confusion on the new BenQ XL2546

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 28 Jul 2017, 13:00

It might even use the same backlight and backlight drivers -- creating other explanations:

- Maybe it's the brightness of the default mode?
i.e. Lower light level during strobed mode than non-strobed mode.

- Maybe it's a refinement of manufacturer measurements?
i.e. Same brightness to eye, but specifications updated with actual measurements.

One will need to compare an XL2540 and XL2546 to answer this...
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Re: confusion on the new BenQ XL2546

Postby testid » 28 Jul 2017, 13:52

yeah, I guess I can never know unless a proper review comes out in the future.
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