Thanks for your answers!
Could you tell me at what Backlight level you use it?
I also experienced some eye fatigue after a few days with this TV when I had a chance to test it, but perhaps it's because it's very big as a pc monitor and generally very bright, although it's just a guess..
Philips BDM4037UW and Samsung UN40KU6500 (UE40KU6100) seem to be a good choice for a large curved (3000R) 4K PC monitor. Unfortunately KU6500 (KU6300 in non-curved version) uses PWM backlight dimming, though BDM4037UW has some dramatic pixel response time issues.
Which do you consider better...
Thank you very much for your answers.
So should this TV be considered flicker free at 11-20 brightness? Strange that Samsung does not state it in specification.
I prefer high brightness because I use PC in bright rooms and I think colours and overall performance is nicer at high brightness.
Hi. I'm planning to buy UE40KU6100 TV (which is a curved version of UE40KU6000 which is european name for UN40KU6300) to work and movies. I used it for a short time and I know it's great but I'm little concerned about flickering. On Rtings they say that this TV doesn't flicker at 50-100%...