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NCX

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Re: Advice/Help Thread
« Reply #165 on: February 02, 2020, 12:58:37 pm »
I just hope it doesn't have pixel inversion/scan line/ Interlace pattern artifact

The XG2401 suffers from dark content banding and pixel version, as well as has worse image quality than the newer XG240R and VX2458.

AHVA/IPS/PLS glow should not be a problem with proper display height, display brightness and bright-enough bias lighting.  Another solution is to put non-stick, perceived black depth increasing tape on the bezel. I use this silver Scotch tape on a few fake border or frame-less monitors I own such as the HP 24 Envy (HP 24 Envy with and without tape and HP 25er without and without tape) and 25er.  I've removed and re-taped a few monitors after a few months and not had issues with residue, however I must warn that adding tape to a monitor may void the warranty.
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Re: Advice/Help Thread
« Reply #166 on: February 19, 2020, 06:34:09 am »
So i receved my XG2041.

So about pixel inversion/scan line/ interlaced pattern artifacts, i dont notice them

But i encounter a problem that i didnt have when testing other TN monitor
I have, at the bottom right corner and half low right edge of the screen, a kind of glow or reflection. It is only visible on dark content and of course, i followed your post on correct viewing position

The glow disappear if i move my head to the right, and black doesnt look anymore different than the rest of the screen

Pcmonitor.info mentionned TN Glow if user is viewing at sharpers angles or off center viewing angle, which wasn't my case

So could it be a defect in the product or bad black uniformity ?
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Re: Advice/Help Thread
« Reply #167 on: February 22, 2020, 07:59:33 pm »
So could it be a defect in the product or bad black uniformity ?

I need to see it to judge properly, but it seems like it should be exchanged or returned.