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    Which panel does my TV set has?

    I own a 32PFL7685K/02. Which kind of panel has been used for it? TN? IPS? Or else? When used as a computer monitor, is it considered wide-gamut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Bronger View Post
    I own a 32PFL7685K/02. Which kind of panel has been used for it? TN? IPS? Or else? When used as a computer monitor, is it considered wide-gamut?
    Hi Torsten,

    Welcome to the TV forum.

    I have been looking into the specs for your TV and can tell you that the panel is IPS.

    In regards to the monitor question, can I ask what you want to do? I do not have that specific information available, but can possible help if I know what you are trying to do or need the information for.

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    Thank you for your information!

    As far as the gamut is concerned, I plan to do photo editing with this TV. I bought a colorimeter, and I know that such devices may have problems with so-called "wide-gamut" monitors, i.e. monitors than can display more colours than just sRGB. And I wonder whether my monitor is such a device.

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    Actually, it boils down to the question whether the LEDs are white LEDs or RGB LEDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Bronger View Post
    Thank you for your information!

    As far as the gamut is concerned, I plan to do photo editing with this TV. I bought a colorimeter, and I know that such devices may have problems with so-called "wide-gamut" monitors, i.e. monitors than can display more colours than just sRGB. And I wonder whether my monitor is such a device.
    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten Bronger View Post
    Actually, it boils down to the question whether the LEDs are white LEDs or RGB LEDs.
    Hi Torsten,

    Thank you for your patience while I found this information for you.

    From the information I have it shouldn't be an issue to use a colorimeter with this TV model.

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