Originally posted by Fledz
Yea but surely an increase in size means you can comfortably sit back and still see everything at high res?
Eh? Complete opposite son!
Larger screen, lower res = more readable from a distance.
Larger screen, higher res = unreadable.
I wouldnt want my 22" to go much higher than this. Many 20" LCDs still do 1680x1050 despite the fact that theyre 2" smaller, so they give you a larger screen area per inch of physical size. I went from a 14" widescreen laptop doing 1280x760 haha, so I do know what you meana bout wanting to get as much out of the panel as you can. BUT, there does come a point where it's too much. 1680x1050 is too much for me.
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Registered: Sep 2006
Location: London UK
Yea, I guess I'll have to test them out before I get any
Or I can get a 30" and run it at the insane res of 2560x1600
If less is more think about how much more more would be.
Registered: May 2004
Originally posted by camsr
NOT FOR TRANCE?! A piano that fancy should be able to make a sound for trance.
Yeah sure! All I was saying was that wasn't the main reason I got it.
Registered: Feb 2004
^ i sure hope not, that would be a bit excessive lol. The one nice thing about digitals like that, is they usually have far superior hammer action to a typical 88-key controller. I have the Kawai ES3, and the hammer action is the closest i've felt to a real piano (next to some of those digital grands) i've always hated how crappy m-audio, cme etc. controllers feel on the 88-key versions.