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Anyone knows an equivalent Korean monitor of the new LG 38" Ultrawide?

Not yet. Give it time and there will be more options in the big ultrawide segment.
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post #142 of 172
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Except the right TV's have way bigger color gamuts than this LG monitor and 4:4:4 4K PC mode, which negates both of your statements.

Which TV has wide color gamut? can u name the model and brand and the price?
Any TV out right now with QD and HDR stickers. Pretty sure Samsung has TV's with QD all the way down to their $500 models (that are also 4K).
    
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post #143 of 172
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Current high end TVs will destroy this monitor (actually all monitors) in IQ. They simply use much better panels in them.

KS8000 for example has a true 10 bit panel (this is still 8bit +FRC), has wide color gamut and supports HDR.

Problem is it only comes in 49" though, probably too big for most.

The $700 TV I linked is comparable with current monitors though. As long as you run it in 4:4:4 there should be no issues with text. It is VA, but there are 4K TV offerings from LG that are IPS (although, no curve). If you want curve, IPS, and above 34" then I guess this monitor is your only choice.

But isn't the KS8000 TV or any TV in general has more Input Lag than a monitor for gaming?

Also the Samsung KS8000, where does it say that it's a Wide Gamut color TV? where does it say that?
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i wish LG had gone for 32:9 ratio for productivity monitor instead of 24:10. 27' is the sweet-spot height imo - after which it becomes annoying to keep turning every few seconds
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But isn't the KS8000 TV or any TV in general has more Input Lag than a monitor for gaming?

Also the Samsung KS8000, where does it say that it's a Wide Gamut color TV? where does it say that?

Any TV that's HDR certified is wide gamut. Here is a full list of all wide gamut TVs: http://ca.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/wide-color-gamut-rec-709-dci-p3-rec-2020

Input lag of the KS8000 is 21 ms in 4:2:2 mode and 37ms in 4:4:4. Not great for competitive gamers but not much worse than this monitor either which is 20ms. http://ca.rtings.com/tv/tests/inputs/input-lag
Edited by x3sphere - 9/27/16 at 8:45pm
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Any TV that's HDR certified is wide gamut. Here is a full list of all wide gamut TVs: http://ca.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/wide-color-gamut-rec-709-dci-p3-rec-2020

Input lag of the KS8000 is 21 ms in 4:2:2 mode and 37ms in 4:4:4. Not great for competitive gamers but not much worse than this monitor either which is 20ms. http://ca.rtings.com/tv/tests/inputs/input-lag

Is Samsung KS9500 a more high end version of the KS8000?
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i wish LG had gone for 32:9 ratio for productivity monitor instead of 24:10. 27' is the sweet-spot height imo - after which it becomes annoying to keep turning every few seconds

I think most people would rather run 2-27" screens and not pay an extra $1000 to remove the bezels in the middle (32:9).
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Is Samsung KS9500 a more high end version of the KS8000?
KS8000-KS9500 all have the same picture quality. Difference is curved vs flat, difference in build and stand.
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KS8000-KS9500 all have the same picture quality. Difference is curved vs flat, difference in build and stand.
So... They charge $700+ for the 9000 series over the 8000 series just based on its appearance and stand?
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So... They charge $700+ for the 9000 series over the 8000 series just based on its appearance and stand?
Yup. It's called marketing. Higher number = more money. I'd rather have the stand and matte finish on the back of the TV that the KS9000/KS9500 have but I'm not paying close to a grand more for it.
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