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slammdunkk 773 1,360 February 3, 2015 at 03:55 AM in Monitors (3) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 02-03-2015 by brisar at 06:47 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 34" LG 34UM95-P Black IPS 3440x1440 LED Monitor for $999.99 - $250 w/ promo code EMCANAP72 = $749.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks slammdunkk

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  • Resolution: 3440x1440
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Screen-Splitter: Yes
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Connectors:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 2x Thunderbolt
    • 1x Display Port
Price Comparison: Our research indicates that this 34" LG 34UM95-P Ultrawide WQHD IPS 3440x1440 LED Monitor is $147 lower (16.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $897. - brisar
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Edited February 3, 2015 at 05:13 AM by BostonGirl
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...5635-S3A1A

LG 34UM95-P 34UM95 Black 34" Class 5ms GTG QHD UltraWide LED Backlight LCD Monitor IPS Panel 320 cd/m2 DFC 5,000,000:1(1000:1), Dual HDMI / Dual ThunderBolt ports

3440 x 1440 14ms, 5ms GTG
SRGB99%
2 x HDMI, Display Port
2 x ThunderBolt
Mac Compatible
Screen Splitter
Built-in speakers
VESA



$750 shipped with promo code EMCANAP72
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Quote from slammdunkk View Post :
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...5635-S3A1A

LG 34UM95-P 34UM95 Black 34" Class 5ms GTG QHD UltraWide LED Backlight LCD Monitor IPS Panel 320 cd/m2 DFC 5,000,000:1(1000:1), Dual HDMI / Dual ThunderBolt ports

3440 x 1440 14ms, 5ms GTG
SRGB99%
2 x HDMI, Display Port
2 x ThunderBolt
Mac Compatible
Screen Splitter
Built-in speakers
VESA



$750 shipped with promo code EMCANAP72
Worked...thank you!!!!
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Also got one with this.
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This is incredibly tempting but Acer has announced a 144hz 3440x1440 monitor with g sync coming out in the next few months. I'm sure it will cost more but if you're looking at this I think those are features your willing to pay for.
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Ok, the reason this thing is so cheap, is because it's a ghetto version of the pro panels..

This is 99% SRGB.. srgb is only 70% A-RGB..

Pro panels are superior because they have 99-110% A-RGB coverage..

The difference is that the Professional panels are Extremely Vivid compared to these budget striped down versions..


I realize, I'm calling a $750 panel, BUDGET, that sounds ridiculous, but wth, it is what it is.. LOL
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now all you need is to pair this with a $300 video card to be able to use it properly
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just ordered the 65 version (lower resolution) for $480+tax.... for 250 more... temping.. but 250+tax think I gotta pass.

thanks for the post !

they've been running $1000
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Quote from xtp View Post :
Ok, the reason this thing is so cheap, is because it's a ghetto version of the pro panels..

This is 99% SRGB.. srgb is only 70% A-RGB..

Pro panels are superior because they have 99-110% A-RGB coverage..

The difference is that the Professional panels are Extremely Vivid compared to these budget striped down versions..


I realize, I'm calling a $750 panel, BUDGET, that sounds ridiculous, but wth, it is what it is.. LOL

Interesting article I found while verifying what you said. Article [kenrockwell.com] This guy is basically arguing for SRGB's superiority for the layman or anyone who doesn't want to make custom color profiles depending on what software they have open on their screen. No idea really what validity the statements have as I have 2 shitty TN panel Acer's that I've been running for the last 4 years but I'm interested in one of these 34" screens, but I'm not in to tweaking my color settings everyday.
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pretty nice price but if you're spending $750 I'd expect very high quality and not a cost saving model.

I'm content for now with my Asus 27" PB278Q 2560x1440. In a few years it'll become my second screen when the really good stuff is out and has dropped in price somewhat
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Interesting article I found while verifying what you said. Article [kenrockwell.com] This guy is basically arguing for SRGB's superiority for the layman or anyone who doesn't want to make custom color profiles depending on what software they have open on their screen. No idea really what validity the statements have as I have 2 shitty TN panel Acer's that I've been running for the last 4 years but I'm interested in one of these 34" screens, but I'm not in to tweaking my color settings everyday.
The more I read/hear about Ken Rockwell, the more I believe that what he says should be taken with a grain of salt. If you can't corroborate those claims elsewhere, I'd ignore them.
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all I know guys is reviews are VERY good youtube for these screens....

I'm replacing 3 screens ... reduced to two... now er replacing 2 screens.
it was a choice of this or a 4k display. didn't want to dump a ton of $$$ into graphics cards
to push the 4k.

if your doing professional GA work then yeah not so much... you're better off buying some 7K display that does a better job of color reproduction.
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Quote from xtp View Post :
Ok, the reason this thing is so cheap, is because it's a ghetto version of the pro panels..

This is 99% SRGB.. srgb is only 70% A-RGB..

Pro panels are superior because they have 99-110% A-RGB coverage..

The difference is that the Professional panels are Extremely Vivid compared to these budget striped down versions..


I realize, I'm calling a $750 panel, BUDGET, that sounds ridiculous, but wth, it is what it is.. LOL
sRGB is better for general usage. The web, TV, games, and general applications are all developed for the sRGB color space.

Showing sRGB material on a monitor designed to cover the Adobe RGB color space will result in exaggerated and incorrect colors unless you are careful to calibrate your monitor and deal with proper color profile management. Even then, many applications won't honor your color profiles and will display incorrect colors.

The proper way to use an A-RGB color space panel for movies, photo editing, gaming, etc. in normal usage without dealing with calibration and color profiles would be to enable the monitor's sRGB emulation mode, which restricts the monitor's color space to sRGB colors.

So unless you are doing photo editing and are prepared to deal with all of the complexities of color profile management, you don't want to stray from the sRGB panels. There's nothing "wrong" with this panel relative to a "pro" model.
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Quote from oneness View Post :
pretty nice price but if you're spending $750 I'd expect very high quality and not a cost saving model.

I'm content for now with my Asus 27" PB278Q 2560x1440. In a few years it'll become my second screen when the really good stuff is out and has dropped in price somewhat
It's not a cost-saving model. Confused

It covers the same sRGB color space as your PB278Q and every proper Rec. 709 HDTV display. There is nothing inherently wrong with this monitor's color output, as one poster suggested.
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This is incredibly tempting but Acer has announced a 144hz 3440x1440 monitor with g sync coming out in the next few months. I'm sure it will cost more but if you're looking at this I think those are features your willing to pay for.
yay a 144 hz g sync monitor...projected msrp? likely 1499....great advice, NOT.

g sync technology should not be supported in fact no proprietary technologies or technologies that allow manufacturers to charge artificial "taxes".
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