Regular text, images, and other pieces of text in image form look sharp, but this piece of text in image form that you posted is really fuzzy. I'm guessing it's the colour combination of the red against the grey. You can make this red text sharp, you just have to turn sharpness up to 15, but then everything else looks terrible.
Viewing angle on this display is awful, but whites are really white.
If I turn the backlight to 5 as everyone has suggested, the image is too dark for computer use, so I have it at 10.
The blacks are not black at all, is there any way to fix this? Even with backlight down to 0 (which would be way too dark), a completely black background is not dark black (at least compared to a regular monitor). And since I need to turn the backlight up to 10 for the image to be bright enough, blacks are even lighter.
Would not recommend as a computer monitor. I'm sure it's perfect for PS3 though.
LazyCanuck wrote: ↑Jan 1st, 2013 5:35 amFor those who have connected the monitor to a PC, how does the red text in the image below look like?
https://dam-img.rfdcontent.com/camo/4351494bc8bffb1def5686f74fcc690d604af0e1/687474703a2f2f69312e6d696e75732e636f6d2f6943654564723272675a3350712e706e67 (direct link if the image doesn't show).
On my monitor, it's very fuzzy. The sharpness is turned down to zero and it's hooked up via HDMI. A 2007WFP monitor is connected as a secondary display, and the text in the image is clear/sharp.