Sun 24.1" LCD V4

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Mr. Sam
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Sun 24.1" LCD V4

Unread postby Mr. Sam » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:34 pm

Does anyone have one of these? There seems to be some discrepancy if the Panel is S-PVA or IPS. I have the V1 from 2003 which is great but has 2 vertical lines of half dead pixels. They still are able to display some colors, but not the full gamut.

If I can afford the new one sometime in the future, is it worth buying, or is it only a mediocre monitor? It certainly is cheaper than the original.

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mila
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Re: Sun 24.1" LCD V4

Unread postby mila » Thu Apr 01, 2010 12:22 am

All mine is perfect but how can one tell which 24 inch display there is?

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Re: Sun 24.1" LCD V4

Unread postby Mr. Sam » Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:46 am

The older ones have arch shaped feet and round buttons on the front. The new ones have squareish feet and square buttons. If you have the newest one (v4) it should say model X7236A-N on the back.

See here: http://lcd24-7.info/Monitor/Sun/24.1-LC ... fault.aspx

Although i'm not sure if the panel really is S-PVA. I was told by sun that it "uses IPS technology".

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Re: Sun 24.1" LCD V4

Unread postby mila » Thu Apr 01, 2010 11:26 am

I have the latest then and most likely arch shaped feet and square buttons(samsung), which is the previous model both work great.

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