Large LCD Monitors

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As cicada noted in this thread, http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/4093/ , documentation on large FFC-compliant LCDs is somewhat lacking. If you have had success with a monitor greater than 19" (the max on the LumenLabs list, which is a good guide for this page) please put it on this list below. Just to clarify, a "YES" in the FFC Compliant? column means that its good to go.

It would be extremely nice to link to a page where you show pictures of the take apart process in the notes. If you have a blog or something link to the post.

EDIT: Wiki highjacked by evengravy, sorry. Info ported from: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/7119/

Manufacturer Model Size FFC Compliant? Inputs,Resolution,Response,Contrast Ratio Notes User
Acer 1716BBD 17” YES VGA DVI, 1280 x 1024, 8ms, 700:1 Easy strip to remove panel, anti-glare layer came off easily (3 hour soak w/filtered water on rag) evengrravy
Acer G185H 18.5” YES VGA, 1366 x 768, 5ms, 50000:1 Very easy to disassemble. Front bezel snaps off fairly easily. Only 10 screws total need to be removed. E
Acer X193W 19” YES VGA DVI, 1440 x 900 WS, 5ms, 2000:1 Easy strip, although since there are no screws on the case, it takes time and patients to open. evengrravy
Acer X223HQ 22” YES VGA, 1920 x 1080 WS , 5ms, 20,000:1 Easy to disassemble, video (data) cable can be extended 5/6cm by just unbenting/untaping. Extended power supply cables for the backlight also. Link: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/6946/ blackdir
Acer X223WBD 22” YES VGA DVI, 1680x1050 WS, 5ms, 2500:1 backlights are very sensitive, both will turn if there is a problem cicada
Acer H233H 23” YES VGA, DVI,HDMI, 1920 x 1080 WS, 5ms, 40,000:1 (dynamic) backlights are very fragile and easily broken Link: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/6208/ hillbilly
Acer P224W 24" YES VGA,SVGA, 1920 x 1080 WS, 2ms, 20,000:1 (dynamic) No FCC issues the only screws on it are on the back that hold the arm that fits into the base. There are 2 plastic covers on either side that clip right off and the screws are underneath. Link: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/7247/ bueller
LG Flatron L1717s GN 17” YES DVI, 1280 x 1024, 9-16.9 ms, 500:1 Extremely easy dissection, very cleanly made ~ 30cm cables (backlight to power, power to driver, driver to matrix) ClerkWithKnife
LG W2252TQ-PF 22” YES VGA DVI, 1680 X 1050 WS, 2ms, 10000:1 Really easy to take monitor apart, can also extend both power supply cables for the fluorescent tubes (no longer than 5cm). jforjoy
LG 32LH30 31.5" YES VGA,HDMI,Component,Composite 1920 x 1080 WS, 6ms, 50000:1 (dynamic) No FCC issues. Unsure if backlight is suitable bravefencer13
LG 32LH4000 32" YES VGA,HDMI, 1920 x 1080 WS, 5ms, 50,000:1 (dynamic) No FCC issues. Problem with the backlight disturbs ps3 eye with 780nm band-pass filter. Will probably need other backlight. Lammet
LG 32LG3000 32" YES VGA,HDMI,S-Video 1366x768 WS, 8ms, 15000:1 (dynamic) No FCC issues. Unsure if backlight is suitable Lammet
NEC LCD1701 17" YES VGA, 1280x1024 4:3, 16ms, 450:1 No FCC issues. Really easy to take apart. Might need a stronger backlighting. Link:http://melka.one.free.fr/mt/index.php/2010/02/bad-screen-new-screen/ melka
Samsung 204B-BK 20.1” YES D-Sub DVI, 1600 x 1200 , 5ms, 800:1 No issues with FCC, Two boards and 4 sets of wires. Irons
Samsung 2333SW 23" YES VGA,DVI, 1920 x 1080 WS, 5ms, 20,000:1 (dynamic) No FCC issues. Link: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/5108/P0/ mbender71
Sony SDM-X82 18.2" NO VGA,DVI, 1280 x 1024, 400:1 There's a flat ribbon cable going across the panel. Might be replaced by a longer one, but I don't have the ref. Be careful, there's glue holding the controller board to the plastic frame, I cut a cable trying to separate it, LCD now have a black bar along the screen. Link: http://melka.one.free.fr/mt/index.php/2010/01/lcd-ftir-part-1/ melka
Westinghouse LTV-32w3 HD 32" YES VGA,DVI,HDMI, 1360 x 768 , 8ms, 1000:1 No FCC issues, Be careful when taking the frame away from the back light. You can always put some tape around the flat cables to make them a bit more rigid. Link: http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/7210/ cottonwood00