What is Contrast Ratio?

What is Contrast Ratio?

Contrast ratio is a measure of the difference in brightness between the brightest white and the darkest black that a display can produce. It is a crucial specification for monitors, TVs, smart board and other display devices, providing an indication of the display's ability to distinguish between light and dark elements in an image.

What is the best contrast ratio?

Generally, a higher contrast ratio is considered better because it indicates a display's ability to produce more distinct differences between light and dark areas, contributing to better image quality and detail.

For typical monitors, TVs, smart board and display devices, contrast ratios can range from a few hundred to several thousand. A common standard for good contrast ratio is around 1000:1. This means that the brightest whites are 1000 times brighter than the darkest blacks.

What is the screen contrast ratio of the Armer Board?

Armer Board’s screen contrast is 1200:1