LCD -matrices,differences and what models are placed

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hristoslav2

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Hi
Any panel-help with the
Samsung LE-19d450?
Would be much appreciated.
TN - panel

..And what about Samsung SyncMaster T22A350 and S22A350H?
Sorry I am a bit confused..
TN - panel

In all models up to 24 inches are placed - TN panels. From 24 to 26 inches are placed - PVA panels.
 
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hristoslav2

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Hi hristoslav2,

I'm a bit confused in naming of matrices for example in LG.
I stick to fourth letter of the product code and the problem is D.
Ok it's AU Optronics Corp, but TN or AMVA since there is your post
http://www.avforums.com/forums/16060385-post773.html.
There is also good post describing scam about different vendors of matrices and selling TVs.
The "D" in product code of LG lcd tv means - AVS Forum
Hi rachetino
TN videopanels are only available in TV and monitors sizes from 19 to 27 inches.
No TVs 32 inches that is placed TN matrix.
Сolleague Adtomov has answered correctly - AMVA.

http://forum.setcombg.com/index.php/topic,47935.0.html


http://www.bugmenot.com/view/eic.lgservice.fr
http://eic.lgservice.com/index.jsp
 
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HaRd2BeAr

Distinguished Member
Hi hristoslav2,

Probably a silly question on my part. :blush:

My Sony 46HX823 has gone for repair and is getting a new panel fitted (lcd panel)

When it comes back will the service menu tell me the type of panel that they have fitted?

Aaron
 

rachetino

Standard Member
Is there any chance any of you guys now what matrix techology and manufacturer is used in these 32" models

LED
LG 32LV3400 - especially this
LG 32LV2500 - and this one
Samsung UE32D4000
Samsung UE32D4003
Samsung UE32D4010
Samsung UE32D5000
Samsung UE32EH4000
Samsung UE32EH5000
Sharp LC32LE430
Philips 32PFL3507H
Philips 32PFL5605H
Philips 32PFL5606h
Toshiba 32HL833G/N

LCD
LG 32LD465
LG 32LD650
LG 32LK330
LG 32LK430
LG 32LK450
Philips 32PFL5405H
Philips 32PFL3606H
Philips 32PFL4606H
Samsung LE32D400
Samsung LE32D450
Samsung LE32D550
Samsung LE32E420
Sharp LC32SH130E
Sharp LC32SH340E
SONY KDL32BX320
SONY KDL32BX420 BAEP
Toshiba 32AV834G
 

Dominate

Novice Member
Is there any chance any of you guys now what matrix techology and manufacturer is used in these 32" models

LED
LG 32LV3400 - especially this
LG 32LV2500 - and this one


LCD
LG 32LD465
LG 32LD650
LG 32LK330
LG 32LK430
LG 32LK450

Toshiba 32AV834G
All LG's are with IPS Panel.We cant tell you with precision, because to verify the exact panel it is needed the serial number from the back of each TV and then compare it.
 

adtomov

Novice Member
Is there any chance any of you guys now what matrix techology and manufacturer is used in these 32" models...
LED
Philips 32PFL5605H - UV2A
Philips 32PFL5606h - S-IPS
LCD
SONY KDL32BX320 - PVA
:)
 

hristoslav2

Active Member
Hi hristoslav2,

Probably a silly question on my part. :blush:

My Sony 46HX823 has gone for repair and is getting a new panel fitted (lcd panel)

When it comes back will the service menu tell me the type of panel that they have fitted?

Aaron
Yes - in the service menu you can see thе model of videopanel.
If the service have put another / different / from the previous panel - they are obliged to change the model in the service menu. The reason is that for each matrix type has different settings.

Is there any chance any of you guys now what matrix techology and manufacturer is used in these 32" models
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:11088-31#1071
http://www.panelook.com/
 
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rachetino

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What about new versioning of Samumsung models on sticker on the back side of TV. There is a number, for example 01 or i don't know any other. I presume it's Samsung's S-PVA matrix. And how many are those numbers? Do they all mark Samsung panels? Is there any signification like letters in new models and their meaning? And it seems that there's no such version number on the packaging box and no chance to find out matrix by observing package box.
 

hristoslav2

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What about new versioning of Samumsung models on sticker on the back side of TV. There is a number, for example 01 or i don't know any other. I presume it's Samsung's S-PVA matrix. And how many are those numbers? Do they all mark Samsung panels? Is there any signification like letters in new models and their meaning? And it seems that there's no such version number on the packaging box and no chance to find out matrix by observing package box.
These indications of letters and numbers are BOM.
Bill of materials - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Modular BOM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bill of Materials (BOM)

S-PVA
SAMSUNG DISPLAY
S-MVA
Welcome to Chimei Innolux Corporation
 

Boostrail

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Hi does anyone know what sort of panel is used in the SONY KDL24EX320? This is a 1080x1920 panel vs. the 768x1366 panels used in the 22" and 26" variants of this TV.

I am hoping for something better than the TN panels I have in my current 22"HD TV's
 

HaRd2BeAr

Distinguished Member
Hi does anyone know what sort of panel is used in the SONY KDL24EX320? This is a 1080x1920 panel vs. the 768x1366 panels used in the 22" and 26" variants of this TV.

I am hoping for something better than the TN panels I have in my current 22"HD TV's
It has been answered earlier in the thread, can't remember what page.

Its an MVA panel in the 24 from memory.

Aaron
 

phepsy1234

Novice Member
Hello everybody,
2 questions:

1.- 2011_LG_LW_SERIES' panels AND 2012_LG_LM_SERIES' panels:
--- are there big differences? (which?) or are they mainly similars ?

2.- how many LED's have the flagship full array models (LW980 and LM960) ?
(notice that I ask # "LED's" and not # "dimming zones")


thanks in advance....
 

Boostrail

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It has been answered earlier in the thread, can't remember what page.

Its an MVA panel in the 24 from memory.

Aaron
Thanks but I dont think so? I did a search before posting and only got some "conjecture" about larger EX3 series panels. Searching again only throws up my OP and your reply in addition.

You may have picked this info up from elsewhere? I hope it is an MVA panel but it would be nice to know from which supplier and the specification.
 
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dadash

Novice Member
Anybody know which panels Samsung are putting in the new UE40ESxxx models? They've just come on the market and I can't find any info

I've ordered an UE40ES5700, should be in the post in a couple of days...naturally I'm hoping for a Samsung Panel, if not it's most probably going back.
 

HaRd2BeAr

Distinguished Member
albani
Good LCD videopanels start from 40 " :)


It's a backup option matrix. First draft is
32EX500 LTY 320HF01 Samsung S-PVA SLCD

Matrices of AUO have better color rendering,
almost the same contrast and a smaller viewing angle S-PVA matrices

Models 2011
26EX320 -> S-IPS LG : LC260EXN-SDA2
24EX320 -> A-MVA AUO :T240HW01 V02
32EX520 -> LTY320HN0102 LCD PANEL Samsung
32EX720 -> LTY320HJ0101 LCD PANEL Samsung
37EX720 -> V370H4-LE1 LCD panel MVA from Chimei Innolux
40EX720 -> LTY400HJ LCD PANEL Samsung
46EX720 -> LTY460HJ05 LCD PANEL Samsung


Sony 46HX920 review /for China/ :)
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Hi does anyone know what sort of panel is used in the SONY KDL24EX320? This is a 1080x1920 panel vs. the 768x1366 panels used in the 22" and 26" variants of this TV.

I am hoping for something better than the TN panels I have in my current 22"HD TV's
It has been answered earlier in the thread, can't remember what page.

Its an MVA panel in the 24 from memory.

Aaron
Thanks but I dont think so? I did a search before posting and only got some "conjecture" about larger EX3 series panels. Searching again only throws up my OP and your reply in addition.

You may have picked this info up from elsewhere? I hope it is an MVA panel but it would be nice to know from which supplier and the specification.
Ask hristoslav2, he posted that the 24EX320 used an A-MVA AUO :T240HW01 V02 panel. He has been very reliable so far.

Aaron
 

flipswitch

Active Member
Hi,

I have an LG 32LM6200
Product code is 32LM6200 - TA.AAUWLH

Just after what panel it is.
I have tried with a magnifier and the pixels look like >>> so I take it that it's some form of IPS panel, but what?
Thanks
 

hristoslav2

Active Member
Hi,

I have an LG 32LM6200
Product code is 32LM6200 - TA.AAUWLH

Just after what panel it is.
I have tried with a magnifier and the pixels look like >>> so I take it that it's some form of IPS panel, but what?
Thanks
TA.AAUWLH
T - regional destination - Miedlle East, Africa
A - design hull and the stand
A - place of manufacture of PCB - LG Electronics Korea
AU - Where is intended for
W - matrix type S-IPS
LH - state of the assembly / production - Korea

Can anyone tell me which panel is in the samsung UE46D6750, please
thanks jono.
Look in the service menu.
 

rachetino

Standard Member
Recently i had the opportunity to get know a little better LG 32lv2500.
An LG's entry level led tv. From product code 32LV2500-ZG.BEUYLJP it's some kind of Ips panel, allegedly good characteristics.
But I have to say I'm dissapointed, especially with viewing angle. Practically unwatchable. Also white is not so bright for led and you get a feeling of dim display even 100% of backlight usage. Only good thing is color reproduction.
How can it be such a bad viewing angle for ips panel and dim display although it's led?
 

Dominate

Novice Member
Recently i had the opportunity to get know a little better LG 32lv2500.
An LG's entry level led tv. From product code 32LV2500-ZG.BEUYLJP it's some kind of Ips panel, allegedly good characteristics.
But I have to say I'm dissapointed, especially with viewing angle. Practically unwatchable. Also white is not so bright for led and you get a feeling of dim display even 100% of backlight usage. Only good thing is color reproduction.
How can it be such a bad viewing angle for ips panel and dim display although it's led?
Hi! I suppose it is matt finish display? If so, that is the reason for being not as bright as other TV's.
 

adtomov

Novice Member
Hi all,
there is a 27" monitor panel from AUO (M270HW02 V.0, A-MVA). The monitor is BenQ EW2730V.
Panel sticker:


Matrix picture:


20% grey:


30%grey:


70%grey:


100% grey (white):


;)
 

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flipswitch

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TA.AAUWLH
T - regional destination - Miedlle East, Africa
A - design hull and the stand
A - place of manufacture of PCB - LG Electronics Korea
AU - Where is intended for
W - matrix type S-IPS
LH - state of the assembly / production - Korea



Look in the service menu.
Thank you for the reply.Correct me if I am wrong, I thought S-IPS have the pixels pointing to the left not te right? So it's not an AS-IPS then, as they point to the right?.
Thanks.
 

Dominate

Novice Member
Thank you for the reply.Correct me if I am wrong, I thought S-IPS have the pixels pointing to the left not te right? So it's not an AS-IPS then, as they point to the right?.
Thanks.
Hi!

It doesn't matter on which pointing direction is left or right, because on the picture example, you do not know, whether the picture is facing the other way.
 

dadash

Novice Member
Hi Guys,
I've bought an LG 42LV470S with serial number 203WRGX3D071
Can anyone throw some light on the panel and make?

Generally a good picture but the colors wash away when looking from the side, specially in daylight. Night time in a darker room it's better...

My mates got a Samsung UE40ES5700SXZG Version: 01 S/N: B4CK3HLC300365V, I don't think it has a samsung panel because the colors dont look quite right...
 
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adtomov

Novice Member
Hi all,
Sony KDL65HX920 LCD panel pictures:
Common picture:


Pic. 2:


Pic. 3:


Pic.4 (white):


;)
Service menu panel info: V645H1-PE1.
Best suggestion for panel manufacturer : CHI MEI Innolux corp., panel type: LCS MVA.
Chimei Innolux V645H1-LE1 Stock 500 pcs - Panelook.com

...Other suggestions?
:)
 

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Boostrail

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Ask hristoslav2, he posted that the 24EX320 used an A-MVA AUO :T240HW01 V02 panel. He has been very reliable so far.

Aaron
Thanks, there seems to be a flaw in the thread search on here as hristoslv2's post was not thrown up when I searched,
 
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