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Image Processing Technology - MVA

MVA, or Multi-domain Vertical Alignment, is a type of image processing technology for LCD monitors. In terms of both quality and price, monitors with this technology are somewhere between premium IPS and the older TN monitors. Compared with TN monitors, MVA offers substantially better, more realistic colour reproduction and wider viewing angles. In comparison with IPS monitors, however, MVA monitors are considerably cheaper.

MVA (Multi-domain Vertical Alignment)

Like other LCD imaging technologies, MVA is named after the behavior of liquid crystals inside subpixels. For MVA, these are usually divided into four domains. When idle, their configuration resembles a tree (hence the name Multi-domain Vertical Alignment). An electric current then enables their opening and the subsequent light transmition.

In other words, subpixels do not let any light through when idle. This represents a significant difference compared with the older TN technology. If a subpixel or pixel is damaged, it remains black. In comparison with TN screens, MVA offers a significant improvement in colour reproduction. Viewing angles are also improved. In terms of both quality and price, MVA technology belongs somewhere between IPS and TN. While MVA monitors cannot match premium IPS, they still provide a more-than-sufficient picture quality.


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