What's better dual 1080p or single ultrawide 4k monitor

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by plasticvibe, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. spencerlee

    spencerlee Newbie

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    Hey Guys Sorry for the confusion. Yes I am using a 4k TV at 49 inches which is the correct pixel size.
    Obviously you need a good graphic card. Nothing hi-priced though.
    The resolution is not quite as good as a monitor but you get used to it in a couple of hours and you will not believe how good it is to have all that real estate to work with. For mixing it is a dream.
    I have a friend running 2 4k tvs next to each other but he is quite mad.
    Ask me anything
    Spencer
     
  2. taskforce

    taskforce Audiosexual

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    The Dell U2415 is hard to be beaten at ~200 dlrs. I was curious and did some research on this, everything else in the 24-26 WUXGA category is either more expensive or not flicker free or both lol. Personally flicker free is not a main feature i am looking for when shopping for monitors, but as some people report severe headaches etc., i take it seriously when someone tells me their monitor has to be a non pwm model.
    Cheers
     
  3. Andrew

    Andrew AudioSEX Maestro Staff Member

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    So U2415 it is :yes:
    :thanks:

    PS: Too bad all 1600p screens are at least 30"
     
  4. king mo

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    I always prefer dual. When it comes to working the difference wouldn't be noticed
     
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