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Aniketwww
09-05-2010, 12:39 PM
so hello all of u:cool:
my question is simple-Diffrence Between Led and lcd monitors(not tv's)
i think led got nice backlight and consumes less power:punk... so whats more u know plzz tell me:help:
and 22'' led or 22'' Lcd which one should i get-i want hd quality

Speedy Gonzales
09-05-2010, 12:49 PM
Here's one (http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=9884). And another (http://www.elive.co.nz/acer-s243hl-lcd-monitor-t15517.php). And another (http://www.extremepc.co.nz/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=139_304&products_id=4161). But I wouldnt get proview. Theyre known to have probs.

Aniketwww
09-05-2010, 01:06 PM
''But I wouldnt get proview. Theyre known to have probs.'''
hey man what u think about this one cos it fits in my budget
http://www.aocmonitor.co.in/2236Vw.html

Speedy Gonzales
09-05-2010, 01:11 PM
Looks good but it doesnt have HDMI, if you want to use HDMI. And its not LED. If you want LED

Aniketwww
09-05-2010, 01:34 PM
Looks good but it doesnt have HDMI, if you want to use HDMI. And its not LED. If you want LED

ok lasttttt one--- i just want Quality and cheap and dnt want hdmi(monitors u mentioned are Very costly), lcd-led doesnt matter:rolleyes:
so should i get it?

Sweep
09-05-2010, 01:42 PM
You do know this is a New Zealand site and any prices are likely to be in $NZ?

Agent_24
09-05-2010, 01:42 PM
The 17" LCDs that Dick-Smith sell (or sold) are made by Proview

I've got a faulty one here, the PSU is stuck inside a small metal box with rubbish ventilation and uses Fuhjyyu capacitors which are NOT suited to that sort of treatment (to put it nicely)

Also, 3/4 of the CCFLs appear to have died (light up red instead of white)

Even if the backlights didn't die, the PSU is still bad quality\design. If their other monitors are like that I wouldn't want to recommend them either.

Terry Porritt
09-05-2010, 02:11 PM
Proview have always been budget quality, their CRTs were to be avoided, as were KTX, I wonder what happened to them ?

Use Google to read up on reviews for monitors, like this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N82E16824160047

Speedy Gonzales
09-05-2010, 02:39 PM
The monitor I got (which was a 19' LCD, not CRT) was from DSE, was sold as a DSE brand.

It didnt have anything on it saying Proview. After, what a yr or so. it wouldnt turn on (it would if you pressed the button like 10 times). Rang DSE to see if they could fix it, they had no parts. So, it went in the bin.

It wasnt until I pulled it to bits, that I found that it was a Proview. If I would have know this before I brought it, I wouldnt have got it in the first place. If it was budget at 499 I think it was, I would hate to see expensive :lol:

Agent_24
09-05-2010, 03:33 PM
The monitor I got (which was a 19' LCD, not CRT) was from DSE, was sold as a DSE brand.

It didnt have anything on it saying Proview. After, what a yr or so. it wouldnt turn on

I bet the only reason it didn't work was crappy Fuhjyyu capacitors in the PSU.

Replace those, it would most likely have worked perfectly.

Speedy Gonzales
09-05-2010, 03:38 PM
Yup it was on the board the PSU was on. I could have replaced it if they had the part for a few $.

Agent_24
09-05-2010, 03:46 PM
Capacitors are cheap (but you have to get good quality ones)

I bought some for replacement in an AOC LCD monitor from RS Components. (only ones that sell decent brands)

They do free shipping, I bought Panasonic ones, ended up about $15 I think, which is pretty good for a 17" LCD. (I bought it from Trademe for $15 as faulty)

Plus I'm happy now that it's got much better quality parts in it :)

pctek
09-05-2010, 03:57 PM
i just want Quality and cheap

Why bother asking about LED then? Just go get the AOC, it's OK.

But quality and cheap don't go together. AOC isn't complete rubbish but its in the average category.

Agent_24
09-05-2010, 04:22 PM
Tell that to the AOC I have, it was full of bloated Hermei capacitors.

Unless they're using decent Japanese brand capacitors, they're not taking quality seriously.

Trev
09-05-2010, 04:49 PM
With a name like Aniketwww I would say he/she is middle eastern. Don't think you will here from him/her anymore.
:)

Agent_24
09-05-2010, 07:56 PM
Why do you say that?

Billy T
10-05-2010, 01:20 PM
i just want Quality and cheap

Quality product and cheap price rarely, if ever, come together in the same package. You can have quality, or cheap price, but not both together except maybe on obsolete model run-out deals.

Cheers

Billy 8-{)

Aniketwww
14-05-2010, 04:02 AM
With a name like Aniketwww I would say he/she is middle eastern. Don't think you will here from him/her anymore.
:)

TREV i am INDIAN male and joined this forum cos many people asked question about AOC monitor and they got answer. many stupid indian forum members dont even know AOC brand. so non-New zealand people are restricted?:dogeye: i dnt think so.;)

Aniketwww
14-05-2010, 04:04 AM
Well all u experts plz tell me What is first diff u notice between mid range LCD-LED

Agent_24
14-05-2010, 11:45 AM
When you say LED monitor, what exactly do you mean though?

Do you mean an LCD which uses LEDs for backlighting instead of the usual CCFLs?
Or do you mean OLED? (Organic LED)
Or a display which uses actual LEDs (like the displays on the trains\buses - I doubt you mean this though!)

sroby
14-05-2010, 01:54 PM
LED monitor 3x the price , at a guess
LCD, get one with a 3 YEAR zero defect warranty (not 1year)

The cheaper LCD's are budget quality display, still good enough for 99% of us

and YES, you can get cheap & good quality. You just have to do a bit of research first to find out what to buy. (cheap, not ultra cheap: good,not perfect)
You cant allways go by website reveiws, as the actual panels used-in the same model-will change over time: for my samsung, After 6mnths & ex. reveiws they started using noticeably inferior panels.

Aniketwww
18-05-2010, 10:49 PM
When you say LED monitor, what exactly do you mean though?

Do you mean an LCD which uses LEDs for backlighting instead of the usual CCFLs?
Or do you mean OLED? (Organic LED)
Or a display which uses actual LEDs (like the displays on the trains\buses - I doubt you mean this though!)

Hey dude, this is page of AoC LED monitor
http://www.aocmonitorap.com/philippines/monitor_213.php
and i think it is LCD which uses LEDs for backlighting(not sure):rolleyes:
so is it good????(cos 2000000:1 high contrast ratio is impressive):p
Help me plz!!:help: Thnx in Adv.:thanks

Agent_24
18-05-2010, 11:27 PM
Yes, that's an LCD with LED back-lighting.

Only thing I can say about AOC is that I've got a 17" AOC LCD which I had to repair (failed capacitors)

The overall design seemed OK but they were using Hermei capacitors which aren't great (then again, I think most monitors use pretty cheap parts)

In either case that monitor you're looking at looks impressive on paper. I would ask for a demonstration in the shop first though before I bought it.

Aniketwww
24-05-2010, 05:29 AM
Yes, that's an LCD with LED back-lighting.

Only thing I can say about AOC is that I've got a 17" AOC LCD which I had to repair (failed capacitors)

The overall design seemed OK but they were using Hermei capacitors which aren't great (then again, I think most monitors use pretty cheap parts)

In either case that monitor you're looking at looks impressive on paper. I would ask for a demonstration in the shop first though before I bought it.

dude what should i check while they give demo:confused:(cos i am not Computer "Specialist" like you) and atleast they provide 3years warranty:)

other brand available in my city is LG-LED not launched!!!:annoyed:

Agent_24
24-05-2010, 10:07 AM
I just mean that you should probably see it working first before you buy it to make sure you like the picture quality etc

RuslanLuna857
12-08-2010, 07:58 PM
А мужики-то не знают :)

gary67
12-08-2010, 08:06 PM
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