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Used like new - Samsung 32" FHD Freesync Curved VA 4ms Vesa Monitor £140.31 at Amazon Warehouse
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Used like new - Samsung 32" FHD Freesync Curved VA 4ms Vesa Monitor £140.31 at Amazon Warehouse

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Posted 24th JanEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Great monitor for the price. 20% 0ff at checkout.

Technical Specification
Display
  • Flat / Curved: Curved
  • Active Display Size (HxV) (mm): 698.40mm x 392.85mm
  • Screen Curvature: 1800R
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Brightness (Typical): 250cd/m2
  • Brightness (Min): 200cd/m2
  • Peak Luminance Ratio: 96 %
  • Contrast Ratio Static: 3,000:1(Typ.)
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Response Time: 4(GTG)
  • Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical): 178°/178°
  • Colour Support: 16.7M
  • Colour Gamut (NTSC 1976): 72%
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
General Feature
  • Samsung MagicBright
  • Samsung MagicUpscale
  • Eco Saving Plus
  • Eye Saver Mode
  • Flicker Free
  • Game Mode
  • Image Size
  • Windows Certification
  • Windows 10
Interface
  • Display Port x1
  • HDMI x1
  • Headphone x1
Design
  • Color: White high Glossy
  • Stand Type: Simple
  • Tilt: -2.0° ~ 22.0°
  • Wall Mount: 75 x 75 mm
Power
  • Power Supply: AC 100~240V
  • Power Consumption (Max): 35.0 W
  • Power Consumption (Typ): 31.0 W
  • Power Consumption (DPMS): less than 0.3 W
  • Power Consumption (Off Mode): less than 0.3 W
  • Power Consumption (Yearly): 45 kWh/year
  • Type: External Adaptor
Dimensions
  • Set Dimension with Stand (WxHxD): 724.3 x 522.2 x 247.7 mm
  • Set Dimension without Stand (WxHxD): 724.3 x 428.0 x 94.4 mm
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I sent back a 1440p 32 inch monitor because of visible pixels. This will be atrocious. Fine if you're using it from across the room or something but rubbish on your desk.
Curved, but I'm not gonna complain at that price for 32inch

Probably has a gaming mode too, hopefully.
4ms response time is a nice lil bonus
Edited by: "Neobrown" 24th Jan
Sweet price for a 32incher
Can this be used as TV or only computing? Sorry not clued up
Ru4real24/01/2020 12:43

Can this be used as TV or only computing? Sorry not clued up


PC only really, unless you have a TV box or similar that plugs into the HDMI or display port... Also looks like there's no speakers so you need some audio, plugging in to the headphone socket may work but....
Edited by: "DingIs" 24th Jan
DingIs24/01/2020 13:01

PC only really, unless you have a TV box or similar that plugs into the …PC only really, unless you have a TV box or similar that plugs into the HDMI or display port... Also looks like there's no speakers so you need some audio, plugging in to the headphone socket may work but....


Yes got ya, basically TV needs aerial port? And if that’s connected to a device (E.g TV Box) which is then connected to this monitor via a hdmi or display port then it’ll work?

Also, is VGA the wide thick pet with lots of pins in it? Member seeing these as a kid but havnt for a while? Is display port another word for VGA?

Sorry seems like I’m taking the proverbial now lol
Ru4real24/01/2020 13:52

Yes got ya, basically TV needs aerial port? And if that’s connected to a d …Yes got ya, basically TV needs aerial port? And if that’s connected to a device (E.g TV Box) which is then connected to this monitor via a hdmi or display port then it’ll work?Also, is VGA the wide thick pet with lots of pins in it? Member seeing these as a kid but havnt for a while? Is display port another word for VGA?Sorry seems like I’m taking the proverbial now lol


Yes, terrestrial TV needs aerial, sky/Virgin etc will plug in because they will have HDMI ports.

I think the wide thick thing you mention is scart, nearly 2" wide, VGA isn't that big, but looks like old fashioned stuff now, proper metal plug and pins.

Display port is not VGA...

Look at the back picture on the link, you can see only 3 connectors, HDMI, display port and 3.5mm headphones
Ru4real24/01/2020 13:52

Yes got ya, basically TV needs aerial port? And if that’s connected to a d …Yes got ya, basically TV needs aerial port? And if that’s connected to a device (E.g TV Box) which is then connected to this monitor via a hdmi or display port then it’ll work?Also, is VGA the wide thick pet with lots of pins in it? Member seeing these as a kid but havnt for a while? Is display port another word for VGA?Sorry seems like I’m taking the proverbial now lol


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DingIs24/01/2020 14:12

Yes, terrestrial TV needs aerial, sky/Virgin etc will plug in because they …Yes, terrestrial TV needs aerial, sky/Virgin etc will plug in because they will have HDMI ports.I think the wide thick thing you mention is scart, nearly 2" wide, VGA isn't that big, but looks like old fashioned stuff now, proper metal plug and pins.Display port is not VGA...Look at the back picture on the link, you can see only 3 connectors, HDMI, display port and 3.5mm headphones


Scart! That’s what I was referring to
Wow thanks for images and explanations, I’ll probs save this thread lol for future reference ,

I’m sure others would have learnt a thing to two aswell! But someone’s gotta ask ‘ey
Ru4real24/01/2020 14:17

Wow thanks for images and explanations, I’ll probs save this thread lol f …Wow thanks for images and explanations, I’ll probs save this thread lol for future reference ,I’m sure others would have learnt a thing to two aswell! But someone’s gotta ask ‘ey



To complicate matters... there's different DVI connections as well.. but they seem to be disappearing a bit now..
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