"PS3, 360, BluRay, PC Monitor - XL2370 makes it happen"4.5 starson by sincitykid
Pros: *** VERY BRIGHT
*** SUPER FAST RESPONSE TIME
*** NO GHOSTING
*** NICE CHOICE OF INPUTS/OUTPUTS AND PLACEMENT
Cons: *** SLIGHT BACKLIGHT BLEED
*** NO ADJUSTING EXCEPT TILTING BACKWARD
Summary: I feel the need to write something for people that are considering this monitor for PS3, 360, and PC and NO consistent info to go on.
I bought the monitor on 4/2/10 and LOVE IT!!! However, it should be noted that in order to get the BEST, MOST CRISP picture using consoles like PS3 or 360, YOU have to adjust the settings on the CONSOLE itself. The problem is that there is NO upscaling to make things smooth built into the monitor. An example would be Final Fantasy XIII vs InFamous. FFXII is 1080p "native" (meaning that it was made for that resolution) so it looks FANTASTIC on the monitor when set to 1080p. InFamous however is 720p "native" meaning if u still have ur console (PS3 in this case) set to 1080p it WILL still process it as such since the signal is still 1080p, BUT it will look BLOCKY because the game isn't made for that resolution. Same goes for the 360.
If not, the ONLY way to combat that is to
A) Find a monitor that upscales (which I don't believe exists)
B) Manually change it for each game (Check the back of the case to see what the game's highest resolution is so it'll look better)
or C) Get a small HDTV which usually has upscaling abilities built into it.
BluRay is crisp with everything, the upscaling is not very noticable for older BluRays. For normal DVD's it's to be expected that some upscaling can be seen since they were't made for HD viewing in the first place; but still look good.
PCs...NOTHING looks bad using ur PC with it. As long as ur Video Card can handle 1900 x 1080 ur good to go. Then you only have to worry about the quality of your video, not the monitor
Hope this helps anyone interested.