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November 6, 2009 12:15:17 PM

pleas help me....with this question
what is the digital fine contrast and what are the differences between it and typical contrast or dynamical contrast??

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November 7, 2009 3:06:41 PM

oh common please...
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November 8, 2009 9:40:31 AM
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http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/specs.htm


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The Contrast Ratio of a TFT is the difference between the darkest black and the brightest white. As a rule of thumb, the higher the contrast ratio, the better. The depth of blacks and the brightness of the whites are better with a higher contrast ratio. When considering a TFT monitor, a contrast ratio of 700:1 to 1000:1 is pretty standard nowadays, but there are models which boast specs up to over 1000:1. Be wary of quoted specs however, as sometimes they can be exaggerated. VA panel specs are generally the most reliable and accurate to reality when considering contrast ratio. Some technologies boast the ability to dynamically control contrast and offer much higher contrast ratios of well over 3000:1. Be wary of these specs as they are dynamic only, and the technology is not always very useful in practice. Traditionally, TFT monitors were said to offer poor black depth, but with the extended use of VA panels, the improvements from TN Film technology, and new Dynamic Contrast Control technologies, we are seeing good improvements in this area.
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November 8, 2009 4:02:15 PM

well, thank you...really thnx..
but i didn't understand very well ,is the DFC better than DC ???
I have a question
do i buy this LG monitorwith digital fine contrast ratio 1:50000 ....
http://www.lge.com/products/model/detail/w1954s.jhtml

OR:
this one of SAMSUNG with dynamic conrast ratio 1:15000 :
http://www.samsung.com/ae/consumer/detail/spec.do?group...

OR even this one from samsung:
http://shopping.rediff.com/product/new-samsung-18.5-inc...

please help me cuz i wanna buy a monitor within few days...
November 8, 2009 5:37:52 PM

DFC is a marketing term used by LG to say: "Look at me, my contrast ratio is 1:50,000". That is for dynamic contrast; buyers generally think bigger numbers means better...

Dynamic contrast does not mean it the monitor can truly display "50,000 levels" of color contrast. The monitor can only display between a set range of contrast which is referred to as static contrast which is the true measure of how a monitor performs. Think of "dynamic contrast" as a starting baseline then it will be adjusted by the static baseline.

For example, "Movie Mode" might start the contrast at 40,000 because the LG thinks you will be watching movies in the dark. "Gaming Mode" may start at 25,000 because LG thinks you will be playing in a brightly lit room, etc...

Best suggestion I can make is to go to a store and check out the monitors if any store carries them. It is hard to tell which one "looks" better without seeing and playing around with the monitors in person or if there are no professional reviews.


November 8, 2009 7:23:10 PM

jaguarskx said:
DFC is a marketing term used by LG to say: "Look at me, my contrast ratio is 1:50,000". That is for dynamic contrast; buyers generally think bigger numbers means better...

Dynamic contrast does not mean it the monitor can truly display "50,000 levels" of color contrast. The monitor can only display between a set range of contrast which is referred to as static contrast which is the true measure of how a monitor performs. Think of "dynamic contrast" as a starting baseline then it will be adjusted by the static baseline.

For example, "Movie Mode" might start the contrast at 40,000 because the LG thinks you will be watching movies in the dark. "Gaming Mode" may start at 25,000 because LG thinks you will be playing in a brightly lit room, etc...

Best suggestion I can make is to go to a store and check out the monitors if any store carries them. It is hard to tell which one "looks" better without seeing and playing around with the monitors in person or if there are no professional reviews.


aha...that was easier to understand ...one more question please :) 
but what is the meaning of ....
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Think of "dynamic contrast" as a starting baseline then it will be adjusted by the static baseline.

i just need more explanation please...
really thanks :hello: 
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