Benq Rl2460ht Best Buy
Like the RL2455HM, you have access to dynamic contrast, saturation, sharpness, as well as individual RGB settings to tailor the image to your liking. Out of the box, the picture modes with the best balance of color are the Standard and sRGB presets. If you plan to calibrate this monitor, you will have to avoid sRGB as it locks several picture adjustment options. The other picture modes are either too red, too blue, or have skewed gamma in general.
benq rl2460ht best buy
Like the RL2455HM, setting the AMA to off results in an increase in motion blur, and premium results in a noticeable glow. I found that using the default high setting is the best in terms of performance, as it noticeably cuts down motion blur and prevents a strong glow with fast moving objects.
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I put together a quick video showing the best picture settings I've personally found for playing Black Ops 3 on PS4 using a BenQ RL2460HT 24" gaming monitor. The same settings would also apply to the BenQ RL2455HM 24" gaming monitor as the picture quality and settings are just about identical between the two.
I believe that the movie picture mode tries to achieve true blacks and great contrast which is often the mood of movie makers. This contradicts the black equalizer. Therefore, you won't get the best performance from the black equalizer which was not meant to be used in this mode.
I tried the RTS1 mode settings as well but it definitely did not give me the picture I was trying to achieve for BO3. Not sure if you use that mode for BO3 or not tho. You're right tho in that everyone has different picture preferences so it's hard to say that any one combo is really the "best" lol.
Comes down to personal preference really... When you think about it I didn't buy the benq to look pretty I bought it for an advantage so if that means having ultra sharp jagged edges on my text but being able to see subtle differences on a map then so be it. I'm open to trying your settings though, seems like the biggest difference is the black equalizer really.
I use to own the same RL2755HM but recently sold it to a player on my gaming org's competitive COD team (Virtue eSports). Sorry shameless plug I know lol. I ended up getting a 24" one as mentioned in my OP but since both monitors are in the BenQ RL series you might actually achieve the same results if you try the settings mentioned in the video I posted. Unfortunately I hadn't tried these settings when I had that monitor though. I also played a lot on the FPS mode when I had it but for some reason the color saturation just wasn't as nice in that mode as I would prefer for BO3 even after tweaking the settings a bunch. I also tried to stick with the FPS mode because I thought that's when you got their best 1ms GTG response time but it wasn't until recently that I discovered that you actually get the same exact response time on any pic mode they offer. If you do end up try the settings mentioned in my video then let me know how it worked out for you In the video I also cover the picture settings on the PS4 Video Output side as well as the BO3 in-game picture settings. 041b061a72