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Philips 43" UHD 4K Monitor BDM4350UC $678.30 (Plus Bonus $100 Visa Card) [eBay Plus Members]


Visa Card: https://www.philipsmonitorspromotion.com.au/
Whirlpool thread: https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2513882

Note this model is couple of years old now but still has very decent spec's. Some reports of burn in when it first came out.

LCD panel type -IPS LCD
Backlight type -W-LED system
Panel Size - 42.51 inch (108 cm)
Effective viewing area -941.2 (H) x 529.4 (V)
Display Screen Coating -Anti-Glare, 3H, Haze 1%
Aspect ratio - 16:9
Optimum resolution-3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz
Response time (typical)-5 ms (Gray to Gray)*
Brightness-300 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical)-1200:1
Pixel pitch-0.2451 x 0.2451mm
Viewing angle-178º (H) / 178º (V)@ C/R > 20
Picture enhancement -SmartImage
Flicker-free -Yes
Display colors -Color support 1.07 billion colors (10 bits)
Scanning Frequency -VGA/HDMI: 30 - 99 kHz ; DP: 30 - 160 kHz (H) / VGA: 56 - 80 Hz ; HDMI/DP: 23 - 80 Hz (V)
MHL-1080P @ 60Hz
Brightness uniformity-96~105%

Product with stand(max height) -968 x 630 x 259 mm
Product with stand(max height)-38.1 x 24.8 x 10.2 inch
Product without stand (mm)-968 x 562 x 82 mm
Product without stand in inch-38.1 x 22.1 x 3.2 inch
Packaging in mm (WxHxD)-1070 x 680 x 160 mm
Packaging in inch (WxHxD)-42,1 x 26.8 x 6.3 inch

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closed Comments

  • Nice specification with good price and tempted to buy, but too big for a Monitor?!

  • I have this monitor and love it.

    Make sure you can get your chair high enough… My gas lift is broken, and don't really use the top 4 inches of it right now.

  • reckon the plus fee should be in the total….

  • I have this monitor, and the only issue is it is not HDCP 2.2 compliant. This means you won't be able to play 4k movies and Netflix titles, without workarounds.

  • Got the original when it first came out, still ticking along as my main. Great price for these imo

  • Good price. Have the original at home (4065?) and this in the office. Original is quite slow to wake up. This one is noticeably faster. No issues with image retention that I've ever seen.

    I've never been successful with 4k 60Hz though on either unit. Constant drop outs, flickers on/off etc. That's with an XPS13 via USB-C -> DisplayPort adapter (two different cables both rated for 60Hz) and a Surface Pro (5) with the Surface Dock using the Philips supplied mini DP cable. I just use 30Hz and for programming, office, CAD type stuff it's perfectly fine. XPS13 also fails with an Acer UHD LCD.

  • Cheaper by $8 here