Author Topic: Qnix UHD32R Review: 4K Glossy* AUO AHVA Panel with AMD Free-Sync  (Read 1138 times)

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Calibrated Image Quality

DSC_0149 by Deepinthesky Teslastorm, on Flickr

Qnix UHD32R Calibrated Chart by Dr NCX, on Flickr

Once calibrated the UHD32R is one of the best looking monitors I've seen thanks to the low glow AHVA panel and glossy* coating, accuracy and white purity.  The UHD32R dies gave lower contrast than the BenQ BL3201PH and Qnid UHD3216R, but the UHD32R still looks better since it has a color vibrancy and clarity enhancing glossy* coating, and a perceived black depth increasing silver bezel.  The calibrated color accuracy is also excellent and without issue since the UHD32R can cover over 99% of the sRGB and REC 709 color spaces, and is free from gamma shift.

*Almost-Glossy or Low Haze coating.


Un-Calibrated Versus Calibrated Menu Correction Galler
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ICC Profile not activated in the calibrated photos since the UHD32R was connected to a PS4.  The ICC profile further improves the monitor, but only slightly.  The biggest difference comes from adjusting the blue and green controls

Qnix UHD32R D2 Un-Calibrated 1
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Qnix UHD32R D2 Calibrated 1
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Qnix UHD32R Un-Calibrated 2
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Qnix UHD32R Calibrated 2
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« Last Edit: February 25, 2019, 02:15:49 am by NCX »