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hi guys,

looking to buy a new LCD monitor, and i dont get what the dynamic contrast ratio number means, and what sort of number i should be looking at. some monitors are 5000:1 and some are 2000:1 and some are 1000:1. what is the difference, and i presume that a lower number is better, is that right?

if anyone could help me that would be great!


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