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Like most IPS screen has noticeable screen retention (NOT Burnin). As a typical monitor you turn on and off it is great, I would not use this as an always on monitor unless you have content that won't show screen retention. As a monitor it has a display port which is the main reason I got this. it has PIP which I've used several times and find it handy.
I sit in front of it about 3-4 feet which is unusually close for most people and it's a bit large and can strain your neck as you literally look around.
As a monitor I would not use this as an always on monitor. Speakers are good and like a real monitor. The menu system uses a joystick is not very good but is tolerable if you aren't constantly switching inputs
I had a 28'' 4K monitor before so I was a little worried about the size of this monitor as well as previous reviews saying there is burn in and ghosting. I can say that this monitor is worth the price especially for it's size. I use it as a primary desktop monitor (replaced a 28'', 24'' and 47'' monitor setup). I now just use this monitor with 100-125% scaling everything is clear and easy to use. Make sure you have enough room on your desk before buying. I have it hooked up to an Xbox One and a PC. The PC is more than capable of outputting 4k games at around 60fps and everything is smooth. If your primary reason is gaming this is not the best monitor out there. If you game sometimes but also do web surfing, watching movies and computer work then it's amazing value. Only downside is there is no HDR, however I believe that would have increased the price a lot making it less of an amazing value proposition. Coming from a 4k monitor before the image isn't any better, the benefit is price and size.
Ive had no burn in problems, not even a little, theres a setting called pixel orbiting, it constantly moves the image by a pixel to prevent burn ins and you dont notice it. Its off by default, which is pretty dumb, i guess thats why people have burn ins. Also you have to change HDMI 1.4 to 2.0 to get 60 fps, which is at 30 fps (1.4) by default, also pretty dumb. Overall great experience though after 10 seconds in settings, i recommend 100%, plus its so cheap for a screen this size with this kind of rez.
I game on consoles and rigs. All I can say is that at this price, the Philips 43" display is a steal. Unlike other people on here, I have had zero issues with ghosting or burn-in. I play games with HUDs, such as Fallout 4 and Civ VI, as well as streaming on Netflix, etc. Again, no issues.
Only complaint is sound in/out options, as I have a surround sound system. Works great with my PC, but not so hot with older consoles that can't split sound/video channels.
Just bought it half months and I love it.
You can see everything in one screen. You can do CAD design at having google and music playing at same time.
Running MacBook Pro into 3/4 with HDMI 2, Surface 3 into bottom left with DP. No issues with burn-in after 6 weeks. Great resolution and gives lots of screen real estate for code IDE, terminal, and browser sessions. Ignore jealous comments about "mission command"!
garbage monitor for the price ghosting is a nightmare on this display avoid at all cost
enough said.... I had to return it and buy 2 smaller curved monitors.
Been using it a few weeks now. Played Overwatch, Witcher 3, Battlefield and Titan Fall 2 on it. Seems quite good.
Having read other reviews on here, I was hesitant to purchase this monitor for work, but did so and am very happy with it. To settle any concerns, it does do 4K at 60Hz. The default settings on the monitor (not video settings on your computer) may need to be adjusted, but I am happily running at 4K/60Hz.
Burn in has not been an issue working on this monitor for about 6 weeks. I regularly work 10 hours shifts where certain parts of the screen rarely if ever change and I have not experienced any burn in.
I'm running on a GTX 960 (Nvidia) without issue. As these are discontinued, if you are looking at a new card, an Nvidia 1050 will easily run this monitor.
My only complaints, and they are minor:
The speakers aren't great. I didn't expect them to be. They are fine for some background radio or email notifications however. Any serious gamer or audiophile wouldn't rely on them anyways, so a very minor point.
There is a bit of reflection. It's not terrible, I can work in a room with a large window on a bright sunny day and still see the screen fine, but it is more noticeable than other 24" monitors I've had.
All in all, I'd recommend this for someone needing a lot of screen space.
Amazing display have had it for 3 months no complaints. Great for my xbox one
I bought this product a couple weeks ago and it has certainly lived up to my expectations. The "burn-in" that people have associated with this panel is most certainly a problem on a product sold as a monitor. This is simply unacceptable in a product advertised for displaying static computer backgrounds. However, knowing this going in was not a huge issue for me as I was looking for a 4K TV at the time to use with my computer for some gaming and movies. One thing to note is that this panel is extremely bright. Using it in a well lit room I find it to be uncomfortable on the eyes if the brightness is above 30. Overall, this is an excellent product as long as you aren't expecting perfection. The picture quality is amazing especially with the beautiful glossy screen and the response time in addition to the refresh rate make this the perfect choice for those who are in the market for a 4K TV they would like to use with a computer or play games on regularly.
Used it for maybe 20min and saw image burn even though I wasn't constantly on one screen.
First, to correct a previews review: This monitor DOES support 60Hz. I've tested it both with DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0. You just need to enable DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 2.0 in the monitor's menu. The monitor comes with these settings disabled by default which is why Greg S wasn't able to get 60Hz.
So, with that said, this monitor rocks. This is my second Philips 4K large format display. I upgraded from the 40" version of this screen, also purchased from BestBuy. The panel on this screen is slightly better and of course 3" bigger.
Beyond that, I have nothing bad to say about it. Both games and desktop work look great on it. Gameplay is smooth, colors are excellent. The only thing that would make this better is if it was curved.
By the way, if you have the option, use HDMI 2.0 to connect the screen. It powers up from sleep a LOT faster when using HDMI vs using DisplayPort. Also, powering up from sleep in DisplayPort rearranges all my icons, but that may be because I'l running 2 other screens which are 1080p. Maybe Windows is not happy with that combination of 4K and 1080p. Either way, no fault of the monitor.
Fantastic monitor! And its HUGE. works at 60Hz, make sure you adjust hdmi or Displayport to proper settings
It does support 4k resolution. Greg is completely wrong. If you aren't prepared to tweak settings, then you aren't prepared for 4k. Greg, take 30 seconds and look into the TV's settings, tool.
Switch the display port setting to DP1.2. It defaults to DP1.1 which limits the refresh to 30Hz. With DP 1.2 you can get 60 Hz @ 4K resolution.
This monitor isn't perfect (a bit glossy, USB doesn't remain on when it power saves so your keyboard can't wake it through the built-in USB hub), but it is an amazing and groundbreaking display.
Greg S is wrong, the monitor supports 60Hz.
You have to do the following:
- set DisplayPort to 1.2 (default is 1.1)
- set HDMI to 2.0 (default is 1.4)
- set Picture Width to 1:1
- use quality cables
On my RX 480 the DP cable that came with the monitor doesn't support 60Hz (I get a link error). The HDMI cable it comes with does, so does my 10' high-quality braided HDMI cable.
very impressive monitor, colors are rich & sharp, i play games
on this,watch movies and youtube ... they say its not a gamer monitor ,but if your not one of those insane
over the top person that every 1ms counts ... for the other 99% this monitor dose it all
very well at a fair price..
I am trying to run the monitor using NVIDIA GFORCE GTX 1060 card.
60Hz option is NOT available for this monitor only 30 and 29Hz.
Misleading advertising. Will be returning.
I did see 4k panels in malls and so on before I bought this. But for some reason only when I was at home and watched some 4k YouTube videos did I get the reaction in the title.
I downloaded some kind of earth/space video and started watching, and seriously my jaw dropped and stayed dropped for a few minutes. I was blown away.
Maybe I'm a late adopter or something but 4K, and THIS SCREEN, are AMAZING!
Topping it off, a 4 year warranty? Thanks Philips! I made the right move.
Picture is gorgeous, refresh rate is great, and 60 HZ at UHD resolution.
However there is one major issue with this panel, image retention.
Funnny thing is not all of these panels have this problem.
Phillips dropped the ball on the QC of these monitors.
Basically if you let something sit on the screen for too long the image will ghost and will be visable on your panel.
In 2016/2017 this is not acceptable behavior from an IPS panel.
I have two smaller IPS panels at home and they do not do this.
It's a shame really, other than the image retention this is an amazing display, but image retention is not accceptable on a PC.
Would be a very good monitor, but screen is so shinny, it's like looking at the mirror. So reflective. Working in CAD/3D with black background is impossible. After 2 weeks constantly tired eyes - had to return.
Compared to my Benq 32 inch monitor I get to do quantity take-offs from architectural plans and to review photos quicker.
When it comes to Microsoft Office, the resolution for the softwares is not as good as for the Benq as the text appears pixelated and fainter.
I was hoping to use the Philips for everything, but it looks like I might use it for graphical purposes more than writing and editing with Word and Excel.
Great monitor for almost everything.
Except one thing:
the screen is quite reflective, if you have the light source behind you (like a window or lamp or light), the screen is almost like a mirror, then you don't see anything on the screen.
Went to bestbuy, they charge 300 for calibrate, how that work? I don't know. Instead, I bought NuShield (150 all inclusive), then it gets better but still reflective.BTW, Nushield sent me their product with defects, need to deal with them, that is a different story.
Great monitor. you can have 4 working windows open at the same time and each one looks great. Works well with games too.
This is an interesting screen that i REALLY wanted to like, but I ended up returning. For the average user I think this will deliver nicely, but it's not perfect & had a couple of issues that I could live with individually but combined are deal-breakers for me.
1) Uniformity enhanced mode sounds amazing but it doesn't work - it overrides most other settings resulting in too cool a color balance that cannot be adjusted. The panels uniformity wasn't as good as I had hoped without it enabled, in my unit the left side was noticeably cooler than the rest. I was expecting it to be an improvement over my existing 49" 4k tv, but it was not.
2) Burn in is a real problem for me - I have never seen an lcd affected by this before, but higher contrast static images that have been onscreen for a long time leave subtle but noticeable ghosting long after the screen changes - it's a bit of a problem seeing artifacts left over from my gmail window showing up in an image after switching to fullscreen.
3) The panel is glossier than I expected & has quite a bit of reflection - more than I can get away with comfortably in my environment.
4) It's actually fairly thick in the middle, and all the ports are back-mounted, so to use the ports you need an articulated mount and to leave it sticking out more than expected.
SO! That being said why rate it 4 stars? Well: For most users the uniformity is just fine, and for general content like gaming, web browsing, and movies everything looks great, it's tack sharp, very responsive, and an unbelievable amount of real-estate. For people with less critical requirements it should be a rather mind-blowing experience sure to inspire great envy from all of your friends.
I was excited for a while about having a 4K monitor but quickly realized that such a high resolution isn't that useful unless you have a really large display. This monitor makes 4K resolution perfectly usable at 100% scaling. I use this single monitor to replace two monitors. It is great being able to many documents open at the same time and to have everything on a single panel.
It took a little research and persistence to get everything setup but the results were well worth it. I really like that the monitor has so much connectivity and can display multiple sources at the same time.
A few tips:
- Switch the display port setting to DP1.2, it defaults to DP1.1 which limits the refresh to 30Hz. with DP 1.2 you can get 60 Hz @ 4K resolution which is awesome.
- Download the Smart Control Premium software so you can tune the colors and set things up using a desktop app. Much easier.
I've been using this monitor for two weeks; no problems at all so far. The screen is impressively large, with nearly the same viewing area as four 22-inch monitors. Purchasers need to be aware that it requires an appropriately large desk, and that it is heavy and doesn't tilt or rotate. I find it to be adequately bright and sharp. Finally, the price was right. I am pleased with this Best Buy purchase.
A-1 good, bomb, bomb, bomb monitor with awsome resolution, IPS panel. 60mhz, pip, usb 3 hub,
Bought this monitor 3 weeks ago. It is AWSOME. It's like having three 24" monitors side-by-side in portrait orientation.
On the first day I was a little worried about a few things, but the issues were solve-able, or solved themselves. Particularly, the info included in the box mentioned that "burn-in" might occur if a static image is displayed for more than 30 minutes. And there WAS noticeable ghosting - bright images did not completely disappear for at least an hour. But, that effect lasted only for the first day - I have not seen it since.
Then, I had some difficulty getting clear images and text at 3840 x 2160, but found it was a limitation of my video card - after upgrading the video card, it looked great.
Also had to figure out how to get 4K via HDMI - need to set the input to HDMI version 2.0 via the OSD. Similarly had to set the DP input to version 1.2 to allow 60Hz refresh.
Per professional reviews, the actual contrast is not more than 800:1, but text is clear and colors are accurate, so it does not seem to be a problem (I don't do much gaming, where this might be noticeable).
Overall, it is working excellently! All features seem to perform as advertised.
I bought one while it was on sale. It was working nicely.
It's huge, the image quality is really good. The only downside is that you can't change the tilt of the monitor.
On the 13th day, while I was working on it, the image disapeared from right to left, like a fade out effect, and that was it. Black screen, the illumination worked, but not even the Philips logo came on when it started.
The biggest issue is that BestBuy doesn't have it anymore and they said they can't even order it, so they had to give me a refund, but since I bought it on sale, even if it comes back in stock, I still wont be able to buy it for that price.
Not sure why anyone would buy anything else. Lots of real estate for whatever usage is required. Great 4K performance both DP and HDMI. Beautiful color and useful settings.
Philips Customer Service was prompt and helpful on a previous BDM4065 purchase and I was happy with that also, the new Model has updated inputs and is IPS. Just a really great Product.
I have to add that Best Buy has been a pleasure to deal with too. Thanks
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