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    Lightbulb Difference between MX239 and VX239

    What is the difference between these two monitors, MX239 and VX239 ? Which one should I buy ?

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    thats my question too. but i think vx one is later release and i am probably gonna buy vx

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    MX239 has a better built in speaker (Bang & Olufsen) while VX has a generic speaker. And that is pretty much it, other than that spec wise both are the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Fun fact: 23 inch = 22 inch +10k
    :v .

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    27" quite good though.. the price difference between 23 and 27" is not that high if you compare to 22 vs 23" and the screen size increase ration :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    :v .

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    27" quite good though.. the price difference between 23 and 27" is not that high if you compare to 22 vs 23" and the screen size increase ration :v
    Yap, but 27 inch would probably be inconvenient to work with considering the distance between user and monitor. Not sure though. Maybe the current user can share the experience.

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    On paper the only differences that I saw is

    Flickr Free & Low Blue Light
    VX239H - Yes
    MX239H - No

    Trace Free
    VX239H - No
    MX239H - Yes

    More video profile preset
    VX239H - Yes
    MX239H - No

    Speaker
    VX239H - 1W*2 (sounds kinda tiny)
    MX239H - 3W*2 (better than VX)

    The rest is pretty much the same.
    I use the MX239H right now and color quality is pretty good compared to what I used earlier, a MS228 and MS238.
    5ms is not bothering me. For lot of reading however the low blue light should help and I'm really not into reading on computer screen so it doesn't matter to me. And had to spend 22.1k to get this display which is sad because the 229 is probably about 14k.

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    I do lot of reading on PC. It seems I should go for VX239H

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    MX series is for watching movies, VX for gaming. Technically, MX series' firmware has more optimization to provide better color and such, along with better audio, and VX series' firmware is more optimized for better pixel response time. Rest of the hardware (excluding the speakers of course) are exactly the same.

    And as everyone is saying, in BD market, either buy 22inch. or go 27+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    MX series is for watching movies, VX for gaming. Technically, MX series' firmware has more optimization to provide better color and such, along with better audio, and VX series' firmware is more optimized for better pixel response time. Rest of the hardware (excluding the speakers of course) are exactly the same.

    And as everyone is saying, in BD market, either buy 22inch. or go 27+.
    I dont care about speaker as I will never use them !

    What is the approx. price of a 27 inch Asus monitor ? model info. ? I can see this one -

    http://pcworldrajshahi.com/144/PC-Ha...H#.VvJRaNCYKlw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    MX series is for watching movies, VX for gaming. Technically, MX series' firmware has more optimization to provide better color and such, along with better audio, and VX series' firmware is more optimized for better pixel response time. Rest of the hardware (excluding the speakers of course) are exactly the same.

    And as everyone is saying, in BD market, either buy 22inch. or go 27+.
    is mx229h available in BD? otherwise i will probably have to buy vx229h

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    is mx229h available in BD? otherwise i will probably have to buy vx229h
    Unfortunately, MX229H doesn't exist. There's only MX239H.

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    Or you can go the VRR route with AOC G2770PF Freesync 27 inch monitor. $330 last I searched. If you have AMD gpu that is. G-sync counterpart will be considerably expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAXPAYNE View Post
    What is the difference between these two monitors, MX239 and VX239 ? Which one should I buy ?
    for any display unit purchase decision, you should always see it in person and make up ur mind right there on the spot.

    For reading text, select the one that has a well calibrated warm color temp. just select from the preset and then let ur eye decide.
    Last edited by minitt; March 23rd, 2016 at 17:42.

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