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?

M

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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