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Re: Best 32" 4K 3840x2160 AHVA/IPS/PLS Panels
« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2018, 08:01:21 pm »

Samsung U32E850R

40-60hz Free-Sync.  It uses PWM which ruins motion clarity and may make users see flicker and/or suffer from health issues like headaches and eyestrain when the brightness is set below 15%=100cdm/2.
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Samsung U32H850UMI

Matte 4K VA panel with extended color space and a poor sRGB mode which under-saturates color and is unable to fully cover the sRGB color space like the BenQ EW3270U.  The Samsung uses LED PWM Dimming or flicker when the brightness is set below 30%.

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)

Samsung U32J590

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)
Review by Playwares
Review by Rtings

The Samsung uses a fairly accurate matte semi-wide gamut 32" 4K VA panel with AMD Free-Sync (40-60hz range supported by Displayport & HDMI), but isn't as accurate as the more expensive BenQ EW3270U, LG 32UD598 (non-wide gamut) and Philips  328P6VUBREB (28ms delay vs competitors low/negligible lag), and the Samsung uses LED PWM Dimming or Flicker when the brightness is set below 50%, as well as lacks a properly functioning sRGB mode to prevent wide gamut color over-saturation.  It has Displayport, HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0 (4K @60hz + Free-Sync support), and 3.5mm Audio Out.

Samsung S32R750

Review by IBXT (2,400:1 contrast)
Review by Les Numeriques (2,000:1 contrast)
Review by Trusted Reviews

Non-curved and non-semi-wide gamut matte 60hz 3840x2160 Samsung VA panel with HDMI 2.0, mini-Displayport and USB 2.0.  The 32" version IBXT and Les Numeriques tested is very accurate, as well as more accurate than the 144hz 2560x1440 27" S27R750QEI =DEAD= tested which has low preset gamma which can be improved by selecting Gamma Mode 2.  The S32R750 has low contrast for a VA panel (2,000:1-2,400:1), negligible input lag and fast pixel response times for a 60hz VA panel when the Fast setting is used.

Samsung U32R59C

Review by Tom's Hardware

Matte 3840x2160, curved (1500R) VA panel with Displayport, HDMI 2.0, and 3.5mm Audio Out.  The U32R59C has very skewed and black crush (loss of detail) inducing gamma caused by the incorrectly preset HDMI Black Level setting which is preset to Low for a 16-235 signal while the Samsung outputs a 0-255 signal and needs to have its HDMI Black Level set to Normal.  The U32R59C has negligible input lag (for a 60hz panel) and fast pixel response times for a 60hz VA panel.
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