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Philips BDM4065UC

Overall rating 4 stars
4 from 23 reviews
Specifications
Power supply
built-in
Power consumption
during operation: 62 W, standby: 0.50 W in sleep mode: 0.30 W
View
horizontal: 176°; vertical: 176°
Contrast
5000:1
Brightness
300 CD/m2
Response time
3 MS
Dynamic contrast ratio
50000000:1
Specifications
Power supply:
built-in
Power consumption:
during operation: 62 W, standby: 0.50 W in sleep mode: 0.30 W
View:
horizontal: 176°; vertical: 176°
Contrast:
5000:1
Brightness:
300 CD/m2
Response time:
3 MS
Dynamic contrast ratio:
50000000:1

Reviews

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Overall rating 4 stars
23 reviews
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Overall rating stars
August 10, 2015

Comment:

Yes i have done that it is using dp 1.2 but sometimes the monitor is still stuck at 30 or 29hz turn it off and on again makes windows renumerate it or something like that and voila the 60hz option is there again. Seems like a windows bug, not as anoying as the no sound in win 10 but still.

Overall rating stars
November 28, 2015

Comment:

Yes, the TN in the specs are completely wrong…look up some reviews…a TN gives no more than a 160 degree viewing angle, this is like 176 degrees.

Overall rating stars
January 12, 2016

Comment:

I bought this monitor recently and wanted to share my first impressions. As I’m a computer scientist and not a graphics professional, I may perceive other details, so this is another perspective rather than a critique on the review.

My Pros:
– Nice inky blacks and good contrast.
– Nice bright colors.

My Cons:
– Screen reflects light. This can be really annoying, but once light sources, which emit directly towards the screen, are eliminated, it’s tolerable.
– Phantom artifacts, but I only notice them, when moving a black mouse cursor on a white background, which shows a small, grey trace of the cursor.
– Screen borders are not illuminated as well as the center. When watching a movie, this isn’t noticeable for me, but on a white background it is noticeable, but not very distracting.
– The Vertical Alignment (VA) display causes some artifacts when watching movies (horizontal cut between last frame and current frame), however at 60Hz they reduce to a point, where they are only noticeable, if you really try to.
– There’s a little latency (IIRC ~20ms) until the input signal is displayed. In desktop usage I didn’t notice it at all, but it might be relevant for power gamers.

There aren’t many 40″ 4k monitors right now, and for a similar price they all have at least some flaws, so I recommend test watching in a local electronics store, if possible. For my use case (mostly programming, watching videos, hobby computer graphics projects), the cons are not very problematic, so I’m happy with the trade-off I’ve made.

Small correction: the monitor does not have 2 * DisplayPort 1.2a. One of them is a Mini DisplayPort.

edit: Just found the second page of the review: latency is around 22.4 ms. Please consider not using pages. It kills usability for desktop users: no searching/skimming the whole article and I miss the rest of articles all the time 😉

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Details
Details
Power
Power supply built-in
Power consumption during operation: 62 W, standby: 0.50 W in sleep mode: 0.30 W
Screen
View horizontal: 176°; vertical: 176°
Contrast 5000:1
Brightness 300 CD/m2
Response time 3 MS
Dynamic contrast ratio 50000000:1
The maximum number of colors more than 1 billion
Signal
Update frequency lines: 30-160 kHz; frame: 23-80 Hz
Function
Multimedia stereo speakers (2x7 W)
Functionality menu in Russian language, color calibration
Connection
Inputs HDMI x2, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, VGA (D-Sub), audio stereo
Outputs headphone
USB hub there are a number of ports: 4
Interfaces USB Type A x4, USB Type B
Support MHL Yes
USB version USB 3.0
Additionally
Standards Plug&Play: DDC CI; energy saving: Energy Star 6.0
Wall mount there are, 200x200 mm
Dimensions, weight 904x589x213 mm, 9.70 kg
General characteristics
Type LCD monitor, wide angle
Diagonal 39.56"
Backlight WLED
Resolution 3840x2160 (16:9)
Max. refresh rate 80 Hz
Type of matrix screen TFT *VA
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