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Dahua 32" 4K Monitor (LM32-F420) $319.95 + Shipping @ ShoppingSquare

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Another great Dahua monitor deal. This is a 32" 4K monitor special.

Dahua is the second-largest CCTV manufactory in the world and monitors are designed for heavy-duty usage.

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    the website shows 419.95

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    $300 for a VA 32" 4k panel seems fairly ordinary?

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        eh this is bullshit

        i have a dahua 32" 2k ips that cost $199 mwave

        its a straight reshell of a domestic china only model, it comes up in edid as a completely different model

        it even has game modes… that should tell you all you need to know about 'commercial grade monitor' hype

        if you get suck into this hype, you're a straight up fool

        saying that, dahua is offering stellar value for your money

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          Can you give me some feedback on that monitor, please? I'm considering it as a secondary screen to match my other 32". Thanks.

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          I have a "commercial" well call it CCTV grade LCD, Korean made. Has a hard glass in front for the LCD panel, RGB inputs for BNC connectors, supports multiple input sources, and can display all inputs at once in a grid, can cycle thru inputs etc.

          Doubt this monitor would have anywhere this commercial level CCTV monitor features.

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          Is that 32" Curved or 32" Regular?

          Is it 2560x1440 or 4k or only 1920x1200 (??)

          How's the quality? I want a large IPS panel, preferably 32"

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    I've asked around but can someone say 12v or 240v please. Being a …20 model makes me think 240v but it's not mentioned

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      i have the 2k ip version and it uses a brick…. pretty sure its not 12v but 19v something odd 4.5 amp etc.

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        Thanks but they jump around. I'd say they'd advertise yours as 240v but good to know because it would run on a laptop charger being 19.5v… which is reasonably easy to get a conversion from 12v though the watts sound high.

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    Does anyone know what the refresh rate on this can OC to?

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    Anyone with an honest review on this one, not expecting too much since a low price, 12 Volts input would be handy travelling in a campervan I guess 👍😁