Product Comparison: LG 32UL750-W vs LG 32UL950-W
- 4k at 32" is perfect for sharp images, colors are great, freesync range 40-60 is not the widest but is an amazing feature nonetheless.
- This monitor I believe is the best size for a 4K monitor, enough size that 125% is perfect.
- Gaming on it is a joy, smooth, sharp and with little lag, Stock freesync range is 40-61 hz and is a huge help with many demanding games.
- The best 4K monitor with Freesync on the market and LG means QC.
- At 32" it fits comfortably on my desk - it's actually smaller than I anticipated, but this is a good thing.
- Monitor 5ms response time is very good value for gaming.
- I am mesmerized viewing this monitor- sharp as a tack 4 k resolution and amazing HDR color.
- Very good gaming performance. 5ms response time is pretty good value.
- Decent performance for games. 60Hz is a gold standard and the 5ms is good.
- 60Hz refresh rate seems low for some gaming purposes.
- The screen is matte but I had no problems with the AG coating.
- Color accuracy "looks" very accurate, even compared to a higher end IPS monitor.
- Contrast ratio is good and my unit had decent black uniformity and little back-light bleed.
- The color shift and glow is horrid, worse than anything I've ever seen on any other VA panel.
- The VA panel did show image brightness variance as you moved your head around, something you don't get with IPS.
- Display is very bright and it looks clear by default.
- Good color range, this monitor delivers 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut- very very good.
- The image is sharp and consistent across the entire panel.
- I've played many games on this monitor, and the color accuracy is beautiful.
- Color shifts quite a bit when you look at it from different angles, feels like a display from the early nineties.
- Controls are very intuitive, however because this is a pre-calibrated monitor, it does not want you to adjust colors.
- The multi screens feature works well as well as HDR mode.
- Active sync and G-SYNC does work and works well.
- Design of the monitor is nice, thin panel and trendy stand.
- Internal speakers are pretty poor. Do not recommend to use them at all.
- 2 - 5 watt speakers - produce pretty good sound quality, better than most.
- Great looks. Thin bezel, thing screen, nice white back and elegant stand.
- It is G Sync compatible. The freesync setting works with a recent Nvidia card and driver.
- Volume of the speakers is controlled in the browser window, for example YouTube. It is clear and loud.
- The UI for the monitor is absolutely terrible. Totally non-intuitive menus using a tiny terrible joystick sticking out of the bottom center.
- Seems to have a pretty decent connections. Works great with my PC, PS4 Pro and XBox One S.
- Lg32ul750 is excellent for gaming on a ps4 pro or xbox one x. Does not have any issues to conenct them via HDMI.
- I use this for my macbook pro connected via Type-C and this works flawless.
- The 3.5mm jack has been making hissing noises, so you definitely do not want this to be your only option for sound.
- The Type-C port arrived defective. Would not display 4K, and then just stopped working altogether.
- I like the multiple options for connectivity. Lot of main inputs/outputs and the additional jack/usb is useful.
- When connect to USB 3.x device, it runs at 480Mbps. I am using this to connect to my 2017 MacBook Pro. Support 60w charging.
- I am using HDMI connection with my Nintendo Switch and all works amazing.
- No matter what cabling I used (thunderbolt 3, display port and HDMI) the monitors always show up as 27" and not as 32".
- The HDMI port interfaces with my PC but neither the Thunderbolt-3 port nor the Display Port will get a signal.