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    40" 4K curved PC monitor: Philips BDM4037UW vs Samsung UN40KU6500 (UE40KU6100)

    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.. Are...
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    40" 4K curved PC monitor: Philips BDM4037UW vs Samsung UN40KU6500 (UE40KU6100)

    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...
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    Samsung UN40KU6300 as PC monitor for work (PWM flickering at high brightness)

    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.
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    Samsung UN40KU6300 as PC monitor for work (PWM flickering 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%...
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