Database Updates

117 Displays in Database: Vizio, Hitachi, JVC, Philips, Magnavox and Sanyo added!


The database has been updated with the following displays:

32″ Hitachi LE32S406
48″ Hitachi LE48W806
24″ JVC LT-24DE73
42″ JVC LT-42EM73
47″ LG 47LN5750
55″ LG 55LM6400
60″ LG 60PN6550
32″ Magnavox 32ME402V
60″ Panasonic TC-60PU54
32″ Philips 32PFL4507
50″ Philips 50PFL3807
24″ Samsung T24B350
32″ Sanyo DP32242
46″ Sanyo FVM4612
29″ Vizio E291-A1
32″ Vizio E320i-A2
32″ Vizio E320-A1
39″ Vizio E390-A1
42″ Vizio E420d-A0
42″ Vizio E420i-A1
47″ Vizio E470i-A0
50″ Vizio E500i-A0
55″ Vizio M3D550KDE
60″ Vizio E601i-A3

You can find the displays in our Input Lag Database.


About the author

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been a competitive Street Fighter 4 player since 2008. Using his extensive gaming experience on a casual and professional level, he aims to spread the awareness of input lag existing in today's displays. Having tested over 300 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.


  • The best pc monitor on the market right now is still the BenQ XL2420T

    can you please review that one and add it to your database? It’s the best monitor and the only spec it is lacking is a proper input lag spec and only you guys can give it justice!

  • Is there any way others can help update the Input Lag Database?

    I’ve bought my own Input Lag Detector and I would really like to help out.
    Though I can understand the risk with people sending in bogus data.

    I live in Sweden (Europe) and I can only see US displays in the database, so it doesn’t really help me much.

    • I’ve had a few requests to help with the database, unfortunately I cannot accept them at this point in time. One of the reasons is due to what you listed, about bogus/incorrect data. I’m definitely open to the idea though. When I’m ready to announce something, I will! Sorry for the lack of European displays, the only ones I have access to are displays based in the US.

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