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Old 10-13-2011, 10:14 PM
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Thumbs down what monitor type do you use for digital design

what type of monitors do you use for digital design

list model and type

also the reason why you prefer the type.

reason for me asking is because my crt monitor has recently died, and have been using a lcd TN panel as its replacement which was used as a secondary screen before.

I Know about IPS panel technology , but wasnt sure if its better then a glossy crt monitor.
 
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Personally, i use LG LCD and its working absolutely fine.
 
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:49 PM
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In my office before, they all used Apple Monitor for design.
 
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Old 10-17-2011, 02:29 AM
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I don't really see how a monitor would influence design at all. It's just an output source. If anything its your graphics card and screen combination that should be important. With a screen its all about refresh rates, how many fps it can handle, etc. The GPU is what gives the monitor a lot of its graphic eye candy.

I have a Samsung LCD and I have my laptop screen, which is also LCD. The difference between and LCD and a CRT is rather big, CRT's are old school nowdays, and LCD's have taken over because they not only out perform, but they are more portable and maneuverable than a CRT.
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I use a Philips LCD and there are some specific things like quality of the image but also the resolution of it.
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I highly recommend Apple's cinema display. I have found colors selected on this display look great on other monitors. The brightness options are also great for people who get migraines from working too much
 
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Apple is best for that because its provide you true quality result on your monitor.
 
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I have a Samsung LCD and I have my laptop screen, which is also LCD. The difference between and LCD and a CRT is rather big, CRT's are old school nowdays, and LCD's have taken over because they not only out perform, but they are more portable and maneuverable than a CRT.
But I liked my CRT montior better. I thought it was clearer than all 3 LCD screens I have around here.
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But I liked my CRT montior better. I thought it was clearer than all 3 LCD screens I have around here.
I know I do too sometimes, but not always. It was so bulky. But no matter which angle you looked at the screen, you could see what was going on. With the LCD's, everything changes depending on the angle you look at the screen. Was frustrating to get used to lol.
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Viewsonic, hands down.
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I have always preferred ASUS monitors. Easy to use and calibrate to many printers. Good representation of color before going to print.
 
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For me I've got a 2 year old LG Scarlet LCD that was hooked up on my Asus Laptop.
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Old 11-29-2011, 04:51 AM
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Apple monitor is more perfect..
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Hey Mate,
I have a apple LCD monitor it best but if you want to see your graphic work looking better than you can use a best graphic card and its depend your CPU quailty

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I personally am on a laptop, I enjoy them design as they are portable, I use a MacBook pro 2010. It is really nice and easy to use, if you ever want a laptop for design, I HIGHLY advise mac!
 
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No matter what we are using the monitor type to see the digital designing, but always remember that the most usable monitor.

According the expert designer you must always use the general crt monitor, if you are the digital designer.

The reason is that if you fix your digital design on the crt resolution once, your design can be viewed on each and every resolution properly.

And if you are using the wide screen lcd or tft. try to design your website with the less resolution area and in the center point.
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I am currently using a samsung plasma 52" television using hdmi cables to my computer.
 
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I'm using a 22" LCD monitor, I can work pretty easily without having trouble of zooming out the edited image file.
 
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it all depends on the monitors brightness and crisp of colors when you are using it for digital design I'm using an unknown brand 27" Chimei
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I am using LCD monitor. It works very well.
 
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