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43" LG 43UN700T-B 4K UHD 3840x2160 IPS USB-C HDR 10 Monitor EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 43" LG 43UN700T-B 4K UHD 3840x2160 IPS USB-C HDR 10 Monitor for $596.99 - $97.99 w/ promo code WLN230 = $499. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K HDR)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms (GtG at Faster)
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Viewing Angle: 178/178
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Inputs
    • DisplayPort
    • 4x HDMI
    • USB-C
    • 2x USB 3.0 Downstream
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Last Edited by wildpig1234 September 2, 2020 at 06:45 PM
Product Specifications:

Picture Quality

Screen Size: 42.5"

Panel Type: IPS

Color Gamut (Typ.): NTSC 72 percent (CIE1931)

Color Depth (Number of Colors): 1.07B

Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.2451 x 0.2451

Response Time (GTG): 8ms (GtG at Faster)

Refresh Rate: 60Hz

Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Brightness: 400 cd/m squared

Contrast Ratio: 1000:1

Viewing Angle: 178 degrees (R/L), 178 degrees (U/D)

Surface Treatment: Anti-Glare

Input/Output

HDMI: Yes x 4 (2xHDMI2.0 and 2XHDMI1.4 according to user manual from LG site)

DisplayPort: Yes x 1

USB Type-C: Yes (Power Delivery approx. 60W)

USB Down-Stream: Yes x 2

USB-C (DP Alternate Mode): Yes

USB-C (Data Transsmission): Yes

Power

Type: Adapter

Input: 100-240Vac, 50/60Hz

Power Save/Sleep Mode (Max): 0.5W

DC Off (Max): Less than 0.3W

Power Consumption (Typ.): 95W

Power Consumption (Max.): 200W

Special Features

PIP: Yes

PBP: Yes (2PBP/4PBP)

Color Calibrated: Yes

Color Weakness Mode: Yes

Game Mode: Yes

Black Stabilizer: Yes

Dynamic Action Sync: Yes

Flicker Safe: Yes

Smart Energy Saving: Yes

Reader Mode: Yes

Super Resolution +: Yes

Color Calibrated: Yes

Dual Controller: Yes

On Screen Control (OSC): Yes

HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR 10

HDR Effect: Yes

Sound

Speaker: Yes

Speaker Output: 10W x 2

Rich Bass: Yes

Speaker Channel: 2.0 ch

Dimenisons/Weights

With Stand (WxHxD): 38.1" x 24.6" x 9.2"

Without Stand (WxHxD): 38.1" x 22.7" x 2.8"

Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD): 41.9" x 25.9" x 5.9"

With Stand Weight: 32.2 lbs

Without Stand Weight: 31.8 lbs

Shipping Weight: 39.02 lbs

Stand

Tilt (Angle): -5 - 15 degrees

Cabinet/Accessories

Wall Mount Size (mm): 200 x 200 mm

Remote Control: Yes

USB3.0 Upstream Cable: Yes

HDMI: Yes

USB Type-C: Yes

Warranty

Limited Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor

UPC: 719192640931
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I assume having usb c and displayport, plus color accuracy/uniformity and screen coatings being the reasons... Someone correct me if I'm wrong
I think monitors have low lag time. TV does some video processing before displaying the image, causing noticeable lag
Maybe a stupid question here, but what's the difference between the 43 inch TV that I want and a 43 inch monitor besides several hundred dollars?

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Maybe a stupid question here, but what's the difference between the 43 inch TV that I want and a 43 inch monitor besides several hundred dollars?
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If I am not mistaken, the difference is that your TV has a tuner for decoding signals from an antenna whereas this monitor does not.
Man i haven't used an antenna in forever! I'm not much of an AV guy, so we just use the cable box. Not that I would want to use a $500 monitor instead of a 250 TV
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I assume having usb c and displayport, plus color accuracy/uniformity and screen coatings being the reasons... Someone correct me if I'm wrong
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It is usually the resolution, you will be limited on the TV, I used a 32" TV for a while and I hated it because not being able to have several windows open was a pain. If you increase the resolution on your computer, it will all become grainy.
Aha! I tried to use a TV for a monitor once, and the computer was awesome, and should have been able to display the relatively low 1080P without breaking a sweat. The TV however looked like somebody threw up on it.
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It is usually the resolution, you will be limited on the TV, I used a 32" TV for a while and I hated it because not being able to have several windows open was a pain. If you increase the resolution on your computer, it will all become grainy.

If I use a 4K TV and 4K monitor, would there be any difference since the resolution on both should still be the same?
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Very good price. Lowest I've seen.

I picked this monitor up on OfferUp for $525 and would have picked it up new for the listed price here. Comes out to $537 for me.

I love this monitor and the crazy size and screen real estate. Be forewarned though you need desk space. This things huge.
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If I use a 4K TV and 4K monitor, would there be any difference since the resolution on both should still be the same?
While TVs are only available in Full HD and 4K UHD resolutions, monitors have an in-between option called QHD with 2560×1440 pixels. Moreover, there are ultra-wide monitors with a 21:9 aspect ratio for a more immersive viewing experience.

The ratio of screen resolution/screen size is called pixel density, which measures how many pixels per inch are there. Broadly, 1920×1080 resolution is fine for a 32-inch TV, but not for a monitor larger than 24″.

This is because low pixel density makes small items on-screen, such as text and icons appear smudgy and blurry if you're looking at the screen from a close range.
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Maybe a stupid question here, but what's the difference between the 43 inch TV that I want and a 43 inch monitor besides several hundred dollars?
I think monitors have low lag time. TV does some video processing before displaying the image, causing noticeable lag
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There's also differences in HDR or wide color gamut. This controls black shades. If you ever see grey blobs or halos on your tv where black should be, it's because either the input or output device doesn't support what the other does and you should try to change one of them.
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