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Philips Brilliance BDM4350UC

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  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Never, Ever buy this monitor
    Inside of screen is so weak that you can even break it while you cleaning it and you can`t ask for warranty because it`s phisical damage
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  • Very good
    11 months ago
    No backlight bleed or any other obvious obvious. The possibilities of attitudes are somewhat few, but I guess enough.

    Minus (really just small things):
    - The screen comes oddly enough as the default HDMI 1.4 / DP 1.1! However, it is easy to change to HDMI 2.0 / DP 1.2 in the menus to get to 60Hz.
    - The menus yes. They are controlled by a joystick that is badly seated, and works just as well. Aargh! If you have more than one picture source, buy an HDMI / DP switch so that you do not have to use the joystick.
    - The inputs point straight outwards. Are you going to have it against the wall, buy for angled power and picture cables.
    - Somewhat uneven in the lighting / colors if one is to be fussy, but nothing that is noticed during daily use.

    Recommended!
  • Poor
    1 year ago
    A sturdy screen surface to use. 4K resolution is really leaking, as you need several documents open at the same time, for example, when creating websites

    Good color reproduction with very uneven brightness (ie uniformity) when I calibrated this screen.
    Unfortunately, it suffers from strong light emitted by the LEDs on the sides. Unfortunatly, when you work with dark / black image areas, you're welcome.
    Bildytan's treatment makes it reflect a lot of light - could be better on such a new screen
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Very happy, had the screen at work for half a year when I was tired of losing weight. 4 x FullHD is perfect, can run Excel, browser, Word, PDF and view all at once. Really nice. The foot is good and stable (metal), and does not take a lot of space on the desk. The size means that you do not have to see the colleague behind the screen;)

    Did not have a problem so far with dead pixels or inputs that were set off. The sound is in regular order junk (would have liked to pay 100kr more for OK sound). The "Piano Lack" could also have been skipped, but the edges are so narrow that it does not bother.

    Worth thinking about is that an IGP often only can handle 30Hz in 4K. Does not play a big part in office use, does not notice any flicker.

    Thinking about buying one to use at home :)
  • Acceptable
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Bought this to test it for office use in full resolution.
    The IPS panel at this price is almost too good to be true, and is to some extent also.
    The panel is not as good as, for example, Dell Ultrasharp monitors with IPS.
    Details disappear as the viewing angle increases.
    The big problem with this screen in well-lit office space is that it is blank.
    I have never experienced more glare on the screen than on this one.
    It makes it difficult to use but not hard enough to replace it with a 27 inch left, 43 inch in 4k is absolutely wonderful to use for Visual Studio and giant Excel sheets,
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought it today. What struck when I started it is that it's gigantic! Haha! As in the future, maybe.
    Excellent!
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought two BDM4350UC monitors back in Feb 2017. One monitored seemed fine but the other suffered from bad burn-in. Had this replaced 3 times by Amazon. Finally both seemed settled in and working. Fast forward to Oct 2017 ... both these monitors have developed patchy white areas on the screen. Looking on the internet, these monitors have a very HIGH number of burn in cases and failure rate. Be wary ... infact AVOID buying these monitors. You can bet that I will NOT be buying Philips monitors again in the future. Philips should stick to what they do best - Shavers!
    I have just arranged for these monitors to be picked up by Amazon.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    My screen got an error on one DP input after 1.5 years and Philips switched to the site without hassle!

    Incinerations are not a problem at this. You who write it must have got a Monday ex or have been clothed to the point. I'm sitting in work every day on this with static content and have zero burns or even image retention.

    I'm still hugely satisfied o summarizing my impressions below:

    + The cutting edge is absolutely superb
    + Versatile (ie you want as I have a screen for everything is difficult)
    + Size and resolution
    + In practice, the stand is fully enough
    + Flicker free
    + HDMI 2.0

    - Uneven backlighting
    - Uneven color reproduction
    - The evening grayish black
    - The speakers are mediocre
    - Inputs point straight backwards, which complicates wall mounting

    The negative is really a small matter in the context and it is absolutely possible to live with. For desktop applications, it's superb. For video it's okay.
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    The burn-in issues are really severe, and Philips is completely aware of the problems, since the first thing you see when powering up the monitor is this warning message: "Use of fixed or static images for more than 30 minutes may result in image burn-in! Please change image contents regularly. "
    This makes the monitor useless for everything except gaming and video.
    Go to youtube and search for "Philips 43" monitor fails to deliver (Part 2/2) "to see how bad it actually is.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Disguises bad screen from gaming point of view, as well as productivity point of view.

    As for gaming, the screen suffers from very high input layers, ie delay after keystrokes or mouse movements until something happens on the screen.

    For productivity, the problem is that the screen gets very, very easily burned pixels if you had static elements on the screen for a period of time, something that has not been a problem for other manufacturers in 15 years, if not more. Search for "BDM4350 burn in issues" or similar for more information.

    What remains is then, in principle, only the media; TV and movies. But why would a wise person put money on this screen when you can get a much bigger (and possibly better) TV for a more sensible money?

    Usel product. Really not recommended.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Have had this over a month now.

    + Large, everything else feels too short. As ultrawide firmly better in every way. games, series in 4k etc are very "immersive".

    + just about PPI

    + 4k is not as demanding as everyone says, if you only play older games, it works well with an old midrange GPU.

    + Even brightness and even colors for me so far.
    + usb3 hub, is otherwise quite expensive

    ~ Half shiny surface that often gives a beautiful picture but does not feel well near sunshine.
    ~ Has a frame-ship problem, but nothing I can see.

    -The colors are not particularly saturated.
    - Do not always turn off when the computer turns off other screens normally.
    - Does IPS have ghosting, ie temporary burn-in as seen on some shades of gray.
    - No usb3 cable included
    -Dull contrast, black is only dark blue (standard for IPS)
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    The first copy had light subpixels (red + green). Submitted to the seller for repair. 4 weeks later came the replacement screen from the supplier, also the broken, but even worse. Now it's probably getting back and another screen.
    2 of 2 are a bit too many for me. Can find something else. Too bad, because I liked it by the way, just right with features.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Update: Hat screen almost one year. IPS displays can have transient ghosting, since the pixels in the panel is less responsive at the same screen for a long time (pixels basically want to be either black or white). Look someone has experienced it on this, but I have never experienced that in my, even with the same screen repeatedly over an hour. Are you getting ghosting, simply turn off the screen or using a white screen (eg. A white screen saver) until it disappears. This should not be confused with permanent burn-in as on plasma and CRT monitors!

    Originally mention: I am very pleased with this monitor! I bought it primarily because. the vastness of space 2160p provides compared to 1080p (4 times as much). Anything over 40 "is also big enough that you do not have to scale (zoom in). Runs fine 4 windows either from the same source or more since it supports multi view. IPS panel that provides very good viewing angle both up and to the sides, realistic fine and bright colors with good black levels and no light bleed at the edges. This should not be confused with IPS glow that is common in IPS displays. This has little IPS glow it and it never gets any problem. good response there too. DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 provides 60hz at 2160p (30Hz with HDMI 1.4). the VGA interface making it backward compatible and is also handy for debugging. All cables supplied. handy with USB 3.0 hub, 3.5mm and audio in input. Speakers are as expected on a computer monitor, quite ok for its use and personal nothing I emphasize.

    There is a big screen so it all takes some space. The feet are very stable and have rubber under. The footprint is the width 76 cm, depth 26 cm, height 7cm. The screen is just under 1m wide. The space under and behind the screen can be used to eg. hide external hard drives and cables. If you do not like this, the VESA 200x200 stick, but one must consider that all inlets behind standing straight, with wall mount must have angled cables or adapters. With a flexible VESA attachment release to this. There is no physical setting options on it, but it does it does not have side viewing angle is good from both sides and up and down.

    Any tips:

    HDMI cables supplied with the monitor is HDMI 1.4 and therefore supports only 30Hz, so to get 60hz refresh rate should use a HDMI 2.0 cable or display port cables.

    Windows automatically recommends 300% scaling on this screen, since it believes there is a TV;) This changes you to 100% (or. More if you want it bigger or sitting on the distance) Display settings / display settings.

    USB hub is dependent on the signal to function, which means that if the pc turns off the screen goes into sleep / hibernate mode or pc is turned off, the hub stop working. This is very good, since peripherals such as mice, keyboards etc. To turn off when the screen is not in use. If you are out of USB ports on your PC and you want to use external hard drive as a walkaround using black screen protector. Windows 10: search on "power or screen settings" and "Never" under "Screen". Screen saver can be found by searching the screen saver in settings or Settings -> Personalization -> Lock Screen -> Screen saver settings.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I have now owned this screen for a few weeks to play games in 4K resolution. If you compare it with the previous model that was 40 ", the colors were not as good, but a bit more grayish. The footrest has become better and I feel it seems that the response time has become a bit faster.

    Playing games in 4K resolution with all the extra eye candy on takes a lot of power out of the computer. So I will return with a more detailed review as soon as I tested the screen with the new GTX 1080 card.

    Working on a screen with such a large surface is a delight.

    + 'Very area to work on with several different windows like ex
    + 4K "ultrahd" is extremely beautiful and much sharper picture
    + The screen is compatible with 4K with game port
    + The new IPS panel has better colors than the previous model with VA panel
    "It seems almost that the blacks were snap better in the previous model
    - The screen's own menu is not the funniest or easiest train a good time to access
    display port 1.2 to get 60 hz
    - An error occurs sometimes when changing the screen resolution or changing the source between the screen and a TV. Sounds like opening the cork on a bottle of Pucko about, fast higher and duller.

    It gets 8 out of 10 until I've tested it in 4K gaming.

    The screen is tested in 4k gaming with dual GTX1080 cards. For the money it's a really cruel 4k 43 "computer screen. The colors are good and natural and games look great. The autumn of 2017 teaches 4k screens with more than 60hz hopefully, even ipser. That's all I can miss on this now ie higher HZ. Updates the score to 9 out of 10 now.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Excellent computer and very affordable! It received 10 stars because the foot can not regulate either the height or inclination. I will try to make their own eventually.

    I would also like to see the reflected less (better antiglare or matt glass).

    One tip - the screen is factory set at 4K 30 Hz. Took a few minutes to find the instruction manual for the 4K 60 Hz to be set. With 30 Hz chopper mouse mm. With 60 Hz, everything works perfectly with my Mac Pro ( "late 2013").
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Gave this to my wife for Christmas. She works a lot with a lot of text documents and exelblad same time, and it seems to work perfectly! It would not work with a smaller size on the screen, even as it is now, she needs to scale up to 120% in order to look good. Assuming a 4K screen to _arbeta_ on, not just play, it is at least 40 inches a very good idea.

    When she vultures Left 4 Dead 2, the picture is brilliant, no defects anywhere. 60 is less than optimal, but it will do much good.

    Fine screen recommended! Had received any star more about skrivbodrsfoten had somehow been adjustable.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Giant screen and incredible value! However, afraid to burn the stuff on the screen when messages warn burn displaying the same image more than 30 minutes ...
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Bought this partly for the job (to have many Word and Excel documents open simultaneously) and also for play. And it's perfect for both. Sitting However, 120 cm from it. Something to consider.

    Now I'm just a layman but even if I try, I can not find any faults with the acuity. color, black, etc. Everything looks super out.

    Used to play games in about 100 fps before. With this screen, you can not play with more than 60. But can honestly say that I do not notice specieltl much difference between 60 and 100 fps.

    The only bad thing is the foot that is raised and lowered at all.

    For this price, you have to give this a 10.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have had this for a little over a month now, and I am very satisfied. It's not a perfect product, when the anti-reflection filter is correct rubbish and apparently skips over a frame at a given range. The latter is not something I even noticed under normal use, so it kept me that a negative parenthesis.

    For the price, this product is an obvious 9/10!
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Went predecessor of 40 inches, got this as replacement screen after observing unusual sounds from the speakers of both DP and HDMI. Very happy so far. Certainly there are flaws, but the benefits outweigh them by far. The size, sharpness and silence from the speakers this time is very pleasant. For the money, there is more screen to get.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Fantastic. The picture certainly at no point really as good as the Apple Cinema Display, which moreover do not direct the world's best screen if you say so. But ensured that I paid 10k for ACD few years ago, and this goes on for 7 000 and is FÖRTIOTRE TUM, and yet so good image that can be compared ... can not be anything other than 10 stars.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have had the screen quarter now, so this is just a little chatter about the first impression. Hope hurricane update when I drove for a while with it.

    I'm a bit spoiled with good screens on the job and in exclusive laptops, and OLED TV, but now it was just a big screen with many pixels I was looking for. The quality of the image, otherwise, I would have understood as well as possible, but I understand that it currently applies to compromise. Yesterday I bought a 40 'VA screen, the little brother to the 43 "IPS, but had to go back. Just could not stand the VA panel.

    This IPS is far better for my eyes. Much more pleasant to read text. The pixels feels like they are located at the surface rather than behind a pane of glass. I worried a bit too spökmönster, but even as long as I have not experienced anything. Certainly it is possible to find imperfections in the picture. Drag a solid color window of the image area and follow with your eyes and you will see that it varies slightly from place to another.

    Now, as I said already returned the second screen, so I can not compare side by side, but I feel that IPS has a slightly poorer blacks than VA: n. However, about differences in alignment, so take it with a grain of salt. The blackness is ok besides of both screens, but not on par with an OLED.

    I sit in the writing of more than an arm's length and in terms backlighten is marginally better than the VA panel. I need to move her head against the edge of the image to get the right light. Betrakningsvinkeln is not as good as I would like. Perhaps no worse than on other IPS panels I use, but it provides a greater impact on a large screen like this when sitting close. The light is a little bit better all the way out to the edges than the VA version (which on the other hand performs the correct rubbish last half a centimeter).

    Unless the screen begins to show spökmönster time I keep this screen. Certainly it is a compromise, but there are many pixels for the money spread out over a moderately large area. I run without scaling and do not strain your eyes when surfing at reasonably sensible designed pages.

    Now, I have used the screen for half an hour. Took quarter to write this text. :)
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    First impression was poor, large text was ragged edge and small text was unclear. A round of ClearType fixed it and now it looks very good. USB connectors could well have been placed in front of the screen. For my usage (light office use) this is a good screen with a lot of "space" for a reasonable cost so.
  • Good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    You get what you pay for, a lot of pixels, but then it's not much more.

    Will use this screen now for 2 years as the media and tablet screen. This screen will do so that I can keep me away from buying a 4K OLED TV until the price of hosting and konkuransen increases.

    Buy if you just want a computer screen with the right image and a lot of pixels. But be aware of the disadvantages. Pixels per krona and screen real estate, this top-notch screen on.

    The speakers, the pixels and the price is what gets me and add 8/10.
  • Terrible
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Worst screen I've ever bought. Ordered from Amazon Marketplace which was returned immediately when the displayed vertical lines across the entire image. PC World had no more of this model in stock so I got the money back. I ordered when a new screen of the same model from Complete instead. While this might be returned when it suffered from serious problems with the burn. If I left with a static image on the screen for more than one / a couple of minutes to set it left a very clear shadow of the picture afterwards. Occasionally annoying ... I have read around some on the net and it seems many victims of these two problems with this model. First and last time I buy a screen from Philips.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    First impressions good. Really just want to tell that DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA cable included.

    Had to change the setting on the screen from the DisplayPort version 1.1 to 1.2 to 60 Hz display.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    This is an all-round display for those who appreciate the screen surface. Pixel density is just right for those who want to be productive in the first place (application / giant Excel spreadsheet / multiple documents) but want to play sometimes, spare-screen TV and a little photoshop spirit sometimes. Use the different profiles and be satisfied. Much of the money.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    4K 40 "for ~ 7000 SEK is now impossible to beat.

    Here it's all about maximum workspace, for a job at any time not to be graphic work or FPS gaming.

    + price
    + Workspace so it is enough and to spare
    + Very good image quality considering the price
    + 60Hz

    -Right Uneven backlight
    -Bökig To configure the first time
    -Värdelös skärmfot