So I'm in the market for a couple of professional-grade monitors. Yay! (Boo! on price).
But I can't find out good specifications. FOr instance, some monitors are "true" 8-bit monitors, others send 6 bits of color information and then dithers the color to obtain a bigger gamut of colors. Both, however, claim 16 million colors. For instance, the dell monitor is the only one that claims 97% of the Adobe RGB spectrum.
Then there is IPS. And Samsung's PLS.
And apparently IPS panels are graded and only grade A and A+ are really high-quality and the rest are not so good.
Anyone knows where and how to dig through the muddle?
Thanks for advice!
Oh, and BTW, I can't post this without chooing a sub-section, while there is actually no subsection for monitor questions, even though the forum heading says graphics and *displays*.
Depends on what you intend to use the monitors for. For graphic design where color matching the screen to printed output is critical not only do you need a great monitor, but you should also use a monitor calibration tool such as a huey.