BenQ SW321c Backlight Bleed...normal or problematic?

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OP Jamil Abbasy Senior Member • Posts: 1,410
Re: BenQ SW321c Backlight Bleed...normal or problematic?

MiguelD wrote:

Normal. Benq monitors are known to have great specs on paper and mediocre build quality. Eizo wanna be without the engineering and QA. Did you check for blown pixels?


Thanks for your help MiguelD.  I did check for blown pixels with several YouTube RGB videos and they seem ok as far as I can tell.   I was really looking forward to the 32" display size, but even ignoring the bleeding on dark images, you can't use the left and right 2-3 inches of the screen without shifting my body to look at that area straight on and eliminate the bronzing / orange coloration.   Defeats the purpose of the size.

I would love to get an Eizo or the Apple Pro XDR, but not worth it for me as this is just a hobby.  I'm thinking to try out the new Apple Studio Display since my iMac served me well for years matching prints to my Epson 3880 and P900.

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