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Dahua LM32-F420 32 Inch 4K FreeSync VA Monitor $277 + Delivery @ Mybogo


Hi Ozb family,

We have secured stock of 100+ monitors at a great price.

Brand Dahua
Screen Size 32"
Panel Type VA
Native Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160)
Refresh Rate 60Hz
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Response Time 5ms
Contrast Ratio 3000:1
Brightness 300 cd/㎡
Output USB x1 (for charging)
Freesync Yes
Power Supply AC 100-240V
VESA 200×100mm
Dahua LM32-F420 Monitor 1
HDMI cable 1
Power Adapter 1
Base 1
User Guide 1

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  • -6

    Lol whatta name

    • +2

      That URL goes to the LM 28. (28 in) This is the LM 32. (32 in)

      Looking at the specs: 60hz 4k VA panel with 300 nits luminance with no curve in the panel. basically the poor man's Dell S3221QS.

    • Funnily enough, click on the link and it suggested pricing at Amazon and Mwave to be $269.


        • Thought it looked different. Thanks.

          • +1

            @golferpat: You thought it looked different? You mean, the completely different design; bezel size, stand, as well as being a 28" as opposed to being a 32"?

            Should have gone to spec savers.

            • +1


              Should have gone to spec savers.

              In this case the spec sheet would have worked too. :)

  • For comparison, it's around $330 with delivery at mwave.

  • +2

    That bezel…

    • +5

      … protects the screen from accidents.

    • +1

      fits the price

  • +1

    Shipping to Brisbane is $25.95 making it $302.95 delivered.

  • +3

    For those with ebay plus and have the 5% off code its $284.05 delivered from Computer Alliance ebay


    • Is there a separate code? There is no discount in the listing in the usual spot for me.

      • +1

        It's one of those PLUS5Wxxxxxxx codes, not sure if the code is targeted but I had assumed all ebay plus members have it

  • -1

    Nobody should have to put up with 60hz anymore; 75hz is such a pleasant jump, even if it's just text clarity while scrolling.

    Good price though.

    • tbf there isn't a lot of 4k monitors that runs above 60hz at the moment especially for this price

      • Thats why I said good price :)

        But if you look up the wholesale cost for a driver that can handle at least 72hz, (if you don't want to go to 75) you're talking single dollars.
        I udnerstand EVERYTHING comes down to a price, but even as a manufacturer, eating $1-$5 of proffit to get your name known as the next budget legend is just marketing gold.

        Ah well.

        • +1

          In this case Dahua is a CCTV company and anything above 60Hz (technically even 30Hz) makes no difference at all for CCTV, so they might as well pocket the savings. I don't think they have any intention on becoming a budget PC monitor supplier.

          • @eug: You make some good points. well said.

            What I always find funny is that some child negged my coments; so apparently it's NOT a good price?
            People SHOULD always get 60hz?
            Or perhaps their wholesale rates for 72hz driver boards are better than I'm aware?
            But no balls to front up and explain why they wish to discredit a personal opinion.

  • i got their 28inch 4k model i got for around $190ish. i like it a lot

    • +1

      Thanks Ace

      • +2

        You're welcome boss

    • Any chance you could share a link or how you got this price? Thanks

      • there was with one of those ebay coupons a while back, sorry i cant remember which one. the one i got is LM28-F401

  • Anyone knows if this can do 4k30? Thinking of using it as a video monitor with an ATEM switcher.

  • Input: HDMI 2.0 * 2, DP 1.2 * 1, USB * 1
    Is the USB for hub upstream only? Or is it a USB-C video input port (maybe plus USB hub)?

    • its down stream port used to connect USB device to the monitor.

  • This would be good for the CCTV

  • i wonder how this compares to the s3221qs

  • Does this pivot into portrait mode? Can’t find any mention on site.

    • Hello, no it does not

  • Price is showing at $411?

    • fixed now

  • What is the % for credit cards?

    • Bank Transfer - No Fees
    • Credit Cards - VISA, MasterCard % Handling Fee
    • PayPal - 1.5% Handling Fee

    • It should be 1.5%. Updated now.
      Thanks for letting me know.

  • Another quick one. If need warranty service is there service centres in Australia for these units or do they have to return to retailer / base?

    • Hi
      sydney warranty centre
      customer can call direct

      • What courier do you use for delivery?

        • +1

          Startrek and in these times supplier's own courier

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