LG 24in Class 720p 60Hz LED HDTV – 24LF454B
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Prior to this, I had a basic 65″ LG 4K Smart TV from 2018 that I’d originally thought was the greatest thing I’d ever seen. And it was beautiful and clear, but of course the blacks were never actually black because the light was always on and bleeding through. Last year, the wifi entirely failed and even the ethernet connection started acting funky this year. Some of the apps started getting laggy and didn’t want to work at all on the older version/style of webOS on this TV (I couldn’t even watch HBOMax on it, I always had to switch to my Xbox’s app). Thus, I started thinking of upgrading and a big bonus from work gave me the ability to do so without worrying much about cost.I’m SO glad I got this TV.The apps all work smoothly and there’s no hiccups with wired or wireless internet. There are SO MANY customization options for picture and sound and you can set them separately for different inputs or apply it across all of them if you find a set up you like. I mean, you can change between modes, brightness settings, AI settings, clarity settings, white and black balances, and even into things like sharpness and noise reduction. Too many options for me to even remember. My main changes have been turning Energy Saving off, Auto Dynamic Contrast to High and LED Local Dimming to High.My favorite things are (of course) the picture and the sound. The picture is GORGEOUS and the deep blacks are incredibly impressive. There’ve been times I’ve caught myself staring at the edges of the screen where a shadow or the black bar on the movie would seamlessly blend into the black bezel to the point where I genuinely couldn’t see where the screen ended and the bezel began. It was the first thing I started texting my friend about after I set up the TV! And when the screen is black, it’s BLACK. Not dark grey. Not bleeding in around the edges. Solid black.Now, because of how dimming zones work, there are cases where you might have something bright next to/inside something black, and you will see a bit of a halo around it. The size of this halo will depend upon your TV settings and how large/small the item is. I’ve attached some photos with examples. On the first, you can see a large halo around the big white box on the screen (which was visible in real life, but not even as drastic as it appeared on camera), but nothing around the magic mouse’s cursor at the top of the screen, and the surrounding black screen that takes up most of the screen is still black. In the second, you can see where the darkness at the top of the screen all goes to solid black and the black bar totally disappears, while on the bottom you can still see it due to that edge of the picture being brighter.Another picture-related thing that has really impressed me is how the screen captures reflective/shiny things like bits of metal or sequins or glass. I was watching a TV show where a character was constantly wearing clothes with chrome studs or holographic sequins, and the way they glittered and caught light was so REAL. In lower quality images, those kind of reflections will get crushed into just looking like a white spot, but no detail was lost in these reflections on this TV.And for those worried about angles, my couch is off to the side instead of directly in front of the TV and I’ve noticed no difference in the picture. Even right next to the side of the TV and staring straight across it, the image and colors never fade or look any different.Then for the sound part I mentioned, it also has a lot of customization options just like the picture and you get to choose between different sound modes and different outputs. Mine’s currently on the AI Sound Pro mode and I have it set to output to Optical Out Device + TV Speaker. I had used my LG soundbar with my previous TV and carried it over to this one, and I’d never seen the option to use both before. I love it! It can sound a little strange if you don’t balance the volumes correctly, but I’ve found keeping the soundbar volume 2 clicks higher than the TV speakers works really well. I find having the extra speakers give a lot of the sound effects a more nuanced sound. The deeper sounds really come through my soundbar/subwoofer, while the lighter ones come through the TV. There’s this added feeling of sounds moving around without having a better sound set up, thanks to the extra set of speakers beyond my soundbar. Without the soundbar, the built in speakers are great for a TV. They’re just not as “deep.”If I had to nitpick and complain about something, it would probably only be the scroll wheel/select button the Magic Remote. It could be that I’m just not used to it yet (my previous LG TV did not come with a Magic Remote) or that my nails having grown out a bit at the moment are getting in the way, but it’s not always the most comfortable to click. I often end up trying to press it and I’ll press the ring around it at the same time. That or I’m trying to press it to select something and the wheel scrolls and switches to cursor mode instead. I would’ve preferred the scrolling and selecting being two separate buttons, but honestly it’s not a deal breaker and it doesn’t behave weirdly often enough that I want to replace it with something else. It’s actually a really cool innovation to be able to scroll or use it like a mouse on your TV!All in all, I really love the TV and I’m incredibly impressed (if you couldn’t already tell from the lengthy review). If you want to upgrade and you want to upgrade like I did, then I highly recommend it!
Good large monitor, please double check the detailed specs to see if they meet your needs. this is a good monitor for watching videos and casual web browsing. Where it does not perform as well is for smaller fonts when reading documents, pdf files, and email which are needed for work. To compensate on the font resolution you need to increase the resolution. Overall, good monitor for casual browsing and videos. Not good for smaller font viewing if you like good crisp resolution for multiple windows needed in more of a working environment.
UPDATE: After getting a second LG Magic MR22GN remote, I found out that this tv only supports ONE magic remote at a time so a second magic remote. will not register. It will still work but the “Magic” mouse-like functions will not and the “unable to register” message appears sporadically. I learned this from a third party seller who included the one-magic-remote-only informations in their pairing instructions. I am dropping my rating to three stars because of this undocumented limitation.Good price on the TV. I was horrified when I first saw the picture and sound with factory defaults. I also had ordered a second LG Magic remote from Amazon which the tv said was not supported when I tried to use it. This tv model only supports MR22GA or MR22GN magic remotes which were about $46+ on Amazon. Nasty little surprise. Other non-magic LG remotes do work.After a couple of hours of playing with picture settings got things looking good: Turn off energy saving so brightness can be adjusted. Set picture mode to APS. Advanced settings: Panel brightness 80; Contrast 100; Black Level 30 +/-; Auto Dynamic contrast medium; Gamma 2.2; Video Range auto; Motion Eye protection off. Clarity setting: adjust sharpness 38; Super resolution medium: Noise reduction low; Real cinema off TruMotion off. Sound mode: AI sound pro. System: additional settings>Home settings>Home auto launch >of; Home promotion>off. Advertisement: limit AD tracking on.I use a satellite box on hdmi 1. Before changing sound setting I had to set volume to about 75% for adequate volume.Before changing picture settings the picture looked washed out with little contrast and poor detail.Turning off the home autolaunch made the tv turn on to the last setting (hdmi 1) that it was on when I turned it off. My wife was freaking out when she turned on the tv with the satellite (directv) remote and got the massive home startup menu. We use the satellite remote most of the time to turn on the tv, set volume and select satellite channels. We use the LG remote for streaming services. I can press the home button if I want to go to the home screen.I really like the tv but think LG needs to do lot of work on their default settings. The only picture setting that looked ok was Vivid and the colors were too intense. I am 63 and want the tv to act like a tv rather than like a streaming center.I do recommend the tv.
I purchased this for a elderly lady and it works great for her.
This set replaces a previous LG and is an upgrade in terms of picture quality and sound. This set comes with a magic remote that requires more effort than the old remote (which works fine with this new set). The old remote made pause and exit app much simpler. On the new remote pressing the 3dots brings up a menu to allow you to easily exit an app or press and hold the back button (had to discover through research). Fast forward also a challenge.Overall do recommend the set for picture quality and sound. You can get a different remote which will be simpler to use if desired.
I’m buying a second one because I am accustomed to 2 identical monitors, but I originally bought this just for occasional use for my favorite RTS game, AOE2. Games with 2D engines can only zoom out so far, limited by the resolution. This makes the game so much more playable! Don’t know about 3D games. The picture is bright and clear, the bezel is small. Lots of value for the price.
Put this in the kitchen atop a wine rack. The small footprint base was the determining factor, but he picture and features were a pleasant surprise. The sound is a little harsh, but manageable. I would buy this again.
The Green Dasher
I haven’t even powered this unit on, so I’ll leave the comments about picture quality to others. Here are some practical considerations:1. On my unit (32″) the input jacks are to the right of the VESA mounting area, not below it. The configuration is the same as shown in the pictures, it’s just been turned vertical and moved over. May affect your mounting options. On the smaller units the input jacks are as shown in the photos. In both cases, the input jacks face straight back (not down). This is either good or bad depending on your preferences.2. The input jack panel is so close to the VESA mounting area that if the plate that attaches to the back of your TV is any bigger than 100x100mm it will block the imput jack panel. As in, completely cover up. One option to deal with this is by using spacers to offset the mount plate from the back of the TV to allow a little room for connectors. In this case you’ll be needing to get right-angle adapters for your input cables (see #1 above). Another option would be to not get this monitor.3. The power cord is truly bizarre – it’s a mere 5 feet long in total, with a barrel connector at one end for the TV and a 19VDC wall wart transformer at the other. It’s not long enough. The wall wart blocks other outlets. Why couldn’t they have used a standard power adapter with a normal C13 or C5 connector like every other monitor and TV? That way we could easily select the right length power cord for the desired location without a wasteful silly useless wall wart thing. Now I gotta buy a power supply with a cord that’s long enough.4. Even if you don’t use the stand and use VESA mounting, the attachment for the stand sticks out the back of the monitor 1.25″. For most normal VESA mounts this isn’t a problem unless you want to flush-mount the TV to the wall which you can’t do because of this thing sticking out. And you can only flush-mount this unit if you have a recessed inset behind it as the cables stick straight out.5. The instruction pamphlet is not great, but what did you expect. It shows cables being included that are not actually included (only a short HDMI cable is included), and includes no information at all about VESA mounting (the screws are spaced 100mm x 100mm). The back of the unit is flat but you’ll probably have to use spacers anyway (see #2 above). This thing was apparently designed in the days before wall mounts, as there is no thought given to how anything but a standard pedestal mount might be used.
I am using this monitor with a mac mini 2020 M1 as a small bedroom setup. No complaints as to the picture or hardware, and overall it works for me. There really isn’t another hires monitor in this size available. This is the only game in town, as far as I know. That said, the software aspect of this thing is annoying. It’s horribly overengineered. Default setting is to make a bunch of beeps. It can be turned off, but you have to figure out how. My main problem is it seems to turn itself on to check something or other every couple hours. This is annoying in the middle of the night. I have to physically switch it off every time I’m done using it. The cheap LG and Samsung monitors I’ve used before never had this issue. If you can afford the slightly higher cost and larger size of a Samsung S80A, that’s a better choice.
Great TV for the money
its a decent tv
gran inversion es un buen monitor y literalmente a mitad de precio. en colombia y ecuador se consigue por no menos de 400 usd este lo compre por 225 incluido el envio y estoy super feliz funciona al 100 x 100
In my previous monitor, an ASUS which lasted 6 years before going black, in a photo, I could see a daytime star over Table Mountain in South Africa. I can still see it with this monitor, but it’s not as easily pronounced. So the definition in this monitor, which was much cheaper, is a bit less. But unless you’re analyzing really hidef photos, this monitor is good enough for everything else. I don’t do gaming so I can’t compare it on that.
This TV was from Amazon’s warehouse department so a return or refurbished. Well packaged in original box, hooked it up and it worked great! Wi-fi has excellent range and we are very happy with it plus saved money.
This 27-inch TV Monitor is basically a tunerless smart TV. It can not be connected to an over-the-air antenna because it has no OTA tuner so if you’re a city dweller and use an antenna this TV is not for you. But–users of antennas are in the minority today. For everyone else, this is a great little (27″) TV. It is LED-backlit and It can be connected to your cable box or used with any wireless stick (Roku, Amazon, Apple, etc). It doesn’t need any additional external box if you are happy with the included offerings. Picture is sharp and clear (1920x1080p resolution) and sound is better than other small TVs I’ve owned. The included remote is intuitive and comprehensive. Overall–a high-quality TV.I’ve only owned this TV for about s month
I named my set up Owen like Owen Wilson. This is because everyone just goes wow, Woow! WoW, wow when they see it
My Samsung 55″ smart TV lost the video board. You’d think that a set should last longer than 3 years, but not this time.Went looking for a replacement set and the features on the LG looked good, 4K, has 3 HDMI ports and more customizable screens than I need. Very nice vivid colors, with internal speakers that don’t sound like the inside of a tin can.Since I’m using the TV with a Xfinity set top box, the supplied remote isn’t required other than initial set up. As for the smart features? All of the TV manufacturers monitor viewer information if connected to the internet, so no smart features for me. Read the fine print on the information you give up when you click, I accept. I don’t accept.
Loved mine so far had zero problems with it and the 144hrz looks gorgeous
Struggled for a while concerning which monitor to get. Upgrading from 21” to 27” was a great move. Monitor is very sturdy. Great picture for the price. Will tilt a little bit too if you need it. 10/10 recommend.
Brent J. Nordquist
Easy to assemble, and the base seems solid enough. The picture quality, brightness, and contrast are great. I have a 3-monitor setup for software development, and this one is in the center spot now.
I researched for months before deciding on a TV and not once did I do this in a store. Of all brands, It came down to this: Did I want a big “name” brand like Sony, Samsung or did I want more technology in the set itself to weatherproof myself against outdated technology in 2-4 yrs. I went with the later. Of all those choices of manufacturers, LG stands out as the most reliable choice with the least problems with awesome upgrades in features vs Sony, Samsung and for a better price.The QNED line was our # 1 choice for screen techology and my best guess is QNED (similar to Samsung) will be the screen technology most popular going forward. Absolutely awesome picture in 4K Quantum Dot NanoCell Display from LG. Just read about QNED and you’ll see why. OLED is too expe nsive and has reports of screen burn in, and a lower lifespan.So in LG QNED, the choices were between this model 75QNED85UQA vs 75QNED80UQA and the 75QNED90UQA. 80 vs 85 vs 90? 80 is about $500 cheaper than 85 and 85 is less than the 90.All have the same Wi-Fi standard (802.11ac) and the same connectivity — HDMI-CDC simplelink (lets you use one remote to control all connected devices), and most important to us, the updated/latest HDMI 2.1 (4K @ 120Hz) on ports 3, 4 (4 total HDMI ports), plus HDCP 2.2 on all, plus HDMI ARC (is port 3), and an ethernet port, digital Audo Out (optical), and RF for Antenna/cable, and others. It does NOT have the older RCA composite or component connections for older devices but we purchased separately an RCA to HDMI converter for $11 for an older Wii.We eliminated the 90 up front because it was 2021 modle with a older generation processor than either the 80 and 85, and it also had older WebOS Operating System, despite having full array diming pro backlight dimming technology and other features. Plus it was more expensive.So between the 80 and 85, I chose the 85 because it has these features that the 80 doesn’t.Audio: The 85 has Dolby Atmos The 80 doesn’tBacklight type: Mini-LED vs Edge ****Backlight Dimming Technology: Precision in the 85 vs local in the 80100% Color Volume in the 85 not in the 80Object Brightness Booster in the 85 not in the 85******HDR: The 85 has Dolby Vision HDR (Cinema HDR Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG and Dynamic Tone Maping Pro. The 80 does NOT have Dolby Vision HDR or the pro version of tone maping *The HDR was a key in choosing between the 80 and 85 but also the sound. It was worth the extra $$ to us as we plan to keep our TV for many years. Overall, the LG just outwitted, outsmarted and outplayed Sony and Samsung. Now set up, our 75QNED85UQA is unbelievably beautiful.OF course, we upgraded to HIGH END 8K HDMI cables to connect to our 4K Roku because those will transmit 4K @ 120Hz in HDMI ports 3, 4. Couldn’t find a 4K cable that would do that but the 8K will. Also don’t forget to upgrade your internet signal whomever it comes from — and ifi you subscribe to Hulu, Netflix, etc . . . you’ll need to upgrade your plans to the 4K plans or you’re wasting your money on a 4K TV.We’ve found that Netflix, so far, carries the most 4K movies and shows — pages and pages full of them. And you can even see the fleas in the Bonobos beard in the National Geographic specials . . Absolutely awesome.Last, setup was a breeze. The TV is heavy — the extra setup (paid for) was worth it. The TV is heavy.
John J. Rodz
great deal on a great tv………very simple setup
Aesthetically pleasing and super simple to hook up. Crisp picture. Really happy!
I read the reviews before purchasing this PC monitor. The large size allows for easy viewing of emails, etc. I found the stand easy to attach, but there are some reviews stating the stand breaks easily. I would suggest if you need to move the monitor to grasp the stand and not the monitor. I have LG HDTVs and this LG PC monitor is just as good. So far, I love it for work and entertainment.
So, I’m not sure what the heck this thing really is. If you search for it, there’s hardly any info on the internet, no reviews, no comparisons, nothing. I can’t even figure out what year it was made. It has a model number, but no proper name.Here’s the thing though, if what you’re looking for is a portable TV that doubles as a computer monitor and stands securely on it’s own without brackets or support, this is your TV.It’s Full HD and at 27″ that’s all you need. The sound from the built in speaker is amazingly clear especially in AI mode; colors are acceptable out of the box with several modes to chose from (and easily switch between), and if you like to do an advanced adjust, you can. It’s clearly designed to be a standalone unit without support from other peripherals.The image is IPS so wide enough viewing angle, maybe 160-170 degrees or so, and I’d say it’s pretty bright. I use it in conference rooms with bright flourescent lighting all the time and it’s never washed out. WebOS which is fine.The best thing about it though is how stable it is. Don’t listen to other reviewers who are confused by the lack of a stand. The TV is its own stand. As long as your surface is level, it’ll sit there and you won’t have to worry. Because it doesn’t have those little plastic legs most TVs come with it can be place on as narrow or wide a surface as you like (on a stack of books for example). If you bump it, it won’t fall over. It has little rubber feet on the bottom for traction. And if you really want, you can use the VESA holes in back or the holes on the bottom to add your own stand.Form factor is very comfortable and you can carry it under your arm. I use it as a TV in the bedroom, an external monitor for video editing, and as a display at tradeshows for presentations, videos or standalone graphics and signage. I hop right into the UBER with it under my arm. You can AirPlay right to the TV, use HDMI or play media from a USB stick.Also it looks sleek. All white, like something out of THX-1138. Buy this TV.
Works great as a monitor to use with my work laptop. The picture is good for what I use it for (and much better than the older flatscreen TV I had been using). The stand that it comes with is a little flimsy feeling but does the job. Also as others have mentioned there is a light that flashes when the monitor is asleep.
Just the right size for shelves. Really like it, but setup wasn’t easy. LG support wasn’t really sure what to do after auto tune. Call your cable company instead, as they got it right away.
I tried to use these as wall mounted monitors in my office, but the picture quality was so bad for words and numbers that I was having severe eye strain and migraines. They might be okay as a TV, but since these came up when I searched monitor I wanted to make sure to mention I don’t recommend them for that use.
I needed a little tv for my home office/studio which has all white furniture.A black television would have taken away from the decor so I was happy to find this one.Also, it has a PEDESTAL instead of the stupid legs that every tv seems to come with now.Right out of the box, I loved this tv. The sound quality could be better but it’s just fine for an office or a small room.
This was my 3rd BenQ monitor. I like that it is almost bezel-free, has a very clean look, and very high-quality feel, the picture quality was amazing and easy on the eyes. The only thing is I was looking to connect it to my Roku 3 in a smaller room and although it worked great, this is a monitor with no IR support, so one can’t turn this on and off or control the volume with a Roku remote. Pushing buttons under the monitor to navigate menus can be a bit cumbersome. BenQ does make a bigger monitor with IR and remote, however, I didn’t want to test that out since I had limited space for what I was trying to set up. I ended up returning the monitor and getting a small TV instead, however as a monitor I would highly recommend it!
It’s an EXCELLENT monitor for the price. I give it 5 stars in the light this is a BUDGET monitor. It works fine with my Macbook Air M1 2020. It didn’t get the colors right when plugged in but I know this is a “budget” monitor so I accept I have to adjust the colors similar to the built-in Retina display. If you want 100% Plug-n-Play colors go and invest $400 more in a 24-inch LG UltraFine display.I researched A LOT on 4K monitors for my Mac and there seem to be some scaling issues for 27-inch 4K monitors: In order to enable Retina scaling (and some other optimizations) the MacOS calculates the DPI based on resolution AND monitor size.24-inch 4K monitors (183 DPI) are close enough to the Apple Retina “standard” (220 DPI).27-inch 4K monitors are only 163 DPIFor optimum colors on this monitor, this is what I did:-In the Color section of the MacOS display settings change to the “Rec ITU-R BT.709-5”-In the monitor settings, using the joystick, go to Picture and set:–Picture Mode, leave on Custom–Game Adjust,—-Black Stabilizer set to 0,—-Response Time to OFF–Color Adjust:—-Gamma0,—-Color Temp to MEDIUM,—-Six Colors: YellowHue to 55Not 100% like the Retina display but VERY close enough, in my eyes. I don’t need professional color matching/calibration as I don’t do creative work for a living.I also used “CABLEDECONN USB C to DisplayPort 1.4 8K 1M Cable with USB-C PD” to keep delivering power to the MBA in the same port as I also have a hub for USB-A ports and Ethernet network.
EVERYTHING on this LG TV is five stars, except for the very weak internal speakers. The ONLY option for external speakers is one optical out port. Even at a maximum volume of “100”, the TV sound is low and tinny. Changing the sound settings does not help. There seems to be really no option but to purchase an external sound bar with an optical connection and connecting optical cable. I tried tried an external Bluetooth adapter that connected to the TV optical out, which did work to some degree, but the volume up and down on the remote would not control the Bluetooth speaker volume, which is inconvenient. Have now ordered a $40 soundbar which I hope will solve the low volume / poor quality sound issue.
When the broadcast is 720i or 1080i and the signal strength is normal or higher, the picture is astounding! This is far superior to my previous Sony flat screen with a LCD display. Sound quality is adequate however using a sound bar will pair audio quality with an amazing picture quality.
It wasn’t a smart tv
A nice basic TV for the children room
Easy to set up, great pic, I have no problems with it
This monitor was worth every penny. The only thing that I did not like about the monitor is that the stand is not adjustable. However it sits perfectly on my desk so I do not need to adjust it. I do love the fact that you can tilt the screen. I am strongly considering to buy another one.
The media could not be loaded. I ordered a 27in curve Asus 1080/144 monitor when I got a Xbox series s couple weeks ago, I got it only to play destiny again and found out series s only does 1080 for destiny… but after a week I started looking at other monitors bc even tho I loved the curve, 1080 at 27in honestly was bugging me so decided I should try a 24in.Thank god I found a video comparing Samsung odyssey to this monitor.. immediately canceled Samsung order and bought this one. Been using it for a few weeks now right next to the asus 27in curve and it’s 100% a way better experience. The colors on this Lg (w/ a little adjustments for personal preference) just pop so perfectly. Refresh rate super smooth and lately I’ve even been using it for work during the day too just bc it’s so much better to look at than the other monitor. Just feels more “lively” all around.I also love that there’s 2 hdmi ports and monitor automatically turns on based on whichever port is active. Menu system is really easy to use too.The stand is amazing and adjustable height is super easy and smooth to adjust but not too loose, hard to explain..My only complaint is I wish the monitor could be height adjusted to a lower height.. at its smallest it still sits too high for my preference for when I’m gaming. I have just purchased this monitor with the regular stand now though since it appears to sit lower.I just returned the asus 27 now to get another one of these LG’s instead, got the one w/ the other stand though. Will use that one for my Xbox and keep this one for my pc.Amazing monitor for gaming and even work. Having two different new monitors side by side for a couple weeks I can 100% recommend this one at this price range.
I liked the picture quality and the 3-side borderless design. Monitor stand needs to be a little more rigid, there was sometimes a noticeable monitor wobble. Old monitor never did that.
Jess & Simon
I bought this because I am a graphic designer who has been designing large scale projects (8 feet banners, magazines, etc) on an 11″ macbook pro screen for years. I finally decided it was time to add a second screen and I landed on this one. Being a designer, I was looking for a monitor with a good color profile. This monitor is perfect. It is a little bit wobbly but I noticed that there are a lot of monitor stands sold on here separately that you could easily buy and mount using the 75 mesa mount on the back.Overall, this was easy to set up, worked right out of the box, color looks great (the screen is EXTRA bright in my opinion maybe a little too bright even turned all the way down but maybe this is a good problem?), and I am ultimately excited to use this for work.
James Adcock, Jr
I got this smart TV for my son’s room. He is able to watch internet now. Excellent picture quality!
It weights much less than I expected, nearly feather light. Picture quality is very good. Sound quality is just ok, but with audio out and ability to turn off internal speakers, a sound bar is perfect with it. The menus are easy to navigate. Remote works, but buttons feel a little spungy. There are more connectors on the back then you will ever need. It picked up more channels over the air than my old tv, so tuner is very good. If it wasn’t for the higher price than 32 inch class tvs, I would say it is nearly perfect if you need this specific size.
Terry L. St. Clair
I was able to stream every channel that I could only receive previously by using a separate device.
The TV works fine. Mine came with a minor scratch on the screen which is annoying. The TV looks cheeply made, e.g. big gaps around the edges. Doesn’t appear to be a problem, but… I wouldn’t buy it again.
Tv has a great picture and the smart features are nice, but the remote is too small for all the buttons they crammed onto it. You try to hit one button and end up hitting 3, pretty annoying
BenQ is a new brand to me, never heard of them before. But I saw the reviews and most people were raving about this one, so I thought I would give it a shot, considering the price was good on it. I bought this monitor for use with my tablet, I use it to monitor a security camera feed, as well as surf the web, watch video’s, and do a little gaming. I have a 55″ 4K TV for my main computer, so I really only needed the monitor for the tablet.PACKAGING: The package that it comes in is certainly not thrilling to look at. It has a generic look to it to re-emphasize the fact that, you did not buy a high end monitor. However, they did package the monitor up very well in the box it came in, foam on both sides, and everything that comes with it neatly tucked away in the foam as well.WHATS INCLUDED: The box contains the monitor itself, a power cord, and a short HDMI cable. Also included, is a quick start guide, warranty sheet, and a driver disk, which also has the full product manual in PDF form.WARRANTY: BenQ monitors come with a 3-year warranty, which is pretty good! Oddly however, they changed their policy, and you no longer have to register your product with them, in order to validate your warranty. You are however, required to keep your purchase receipt as proof of ownership, if you should ever have to use your warranty. For online shoppers, that is your invoice page, take a screenshot.SETTING UP: Setting this monitor up is super simple, place monitor face down on the protective foam bag. Grab both pieces that make up the stand, connect them together, then screw in the built in nut, then push the stand into the monitor until it locks in place. What is great about this stand, is that it has a place to rout your cables for a neat install. Rout your power cable, and your data cable through the keepers within the stand, then plug them in. Then put the backing cover back on the stand, it only wants to go on properly one-way.PORTS: This monitor has the standard 3-pin computer cable port for power. This monitor comes with the ancient standard VGA port, the previous standard HDMI port, and the latest standard, Display port. It also has a speaker port, and a microphone port. I have it connected up to my tablet using HDMI at 1080P 60-hertz.SPEAKERS: Some people might not know that this monitor is a unique one, that actually comes with speakers. The built-in speakers however are pretty horrible, but this is to be expected due to the monitors size. The speakers can’t be over 2-inches in diameter more then likely, which is why the sound is so weak in volume. The sound quality is terrible, the speakers do not produce quality bass, nor quality highs. The speakers pretty much just produce mid-range. Recommendation, use a pair of Edifier R1700BT bookshelf speakers, or a pair of headphones.SCREEN: The screen is an IPS (In Plane Switching) design that measures 23.8-inches diagonally from corner to corner. Unlike a TN (Twisted Nematic) panel which suffers from poor blacks, and major color distortion when viewed at an angle, IPS panels maintain quality deep rich color, with quality blacks, and practically no viewing angles. The only drawback to an IPS display, is that it has a higher response time, and as is with this screen 8ms, and is only 60 herts refresh rate, which is why its not great for gaming.GAMING: As an addition to the previous paragraph, this monitor would not be good for competitive gaming. A true gaming monitor should have a response time of 3ms or lower, and up to a 144 hertz refresh rate or better. The 8ms that this monitor supports, can cause you to see ghosting. And operating at only 60-herts, an action in the game, can happen quicker, then you can see it, which means, you have a higher chance of getting fragged in online play, rather then you doing the fragging.However, having said that, if your a non-competitive gamer, and you only play single player games like Dead Effect, or simple games like Plants Vs Zombies, this monitor will actually be fine for gaming.QUALITY: The quality that this monitor provides is pretty good for the price. While it may not be the best monitor for gaming, it does however produce rich color that actually looks really good. This monitor seems to prefer warmer tones to colors, even if I set the display to be a more cooler blue, it still is warmer then many other screens that I’ve used. If your looking for a monitor that provides you 100% accurate color reproduction, this may not be the one for you. If your willing to deal with the warmer tones, then this will be just fine for you.The quality of blacks is probably one of the best I’ve seen on computer monitors, there is very little light leak through on the edges, its hardly noticeable at all. With a TN panel, you would see grey’s instead of blacks, and there would be light leak all over the place. There are no dead pixel’s that I can see, and the screen is very smooth with a matt finish, which helps reduce glare. The monitor uses a thin bezel design as well, which I like.MENU: This monitor uses a simple menu system, with the use of 4-different buttons, to navigate. Its not the easiest, nor the most logical menu setup, that I’ve ever used, but it works. Whats a cool however, is that the monitor displays what each button does on screen, so you don’t have to look under the monitor with a flashlight to see its icon. (Icons only display on screen when in menu) I turned off all dynamic options, both brightness, and contrast, I don’t need my monitor making choices on my behalf. I set the brightness to 50% and the contrast to 70%.EYECARE: This monitor comes with patented EyeCare technology. The company makes it seem so fancy in marketing. All it is, is there is a photocell under the monitor that senses light. When the light is low in the room, it darkens your screen. When the light is bright in the room, it razes the brightness of the screen. Basically, this EyeCare technology is best suited for those who stair at a screen all day in an office, and don’t want to have headaches. You can turn this feature on/off in the menu.BEST SUITED FOR?: In my opinion, this monitor is best for people who do office work, production work, programming, security office camera feeds, web surfing, Youtube watching, and light gaming. Additionally, this would make a great streaming monitor as well.WHO IS THIS NOT FOR?: This monitor is not for people who are heavy gamers. Because of the naturally warmer color tones, this may not be the most accurate monitor for photo editing or video editing. However, if your not bothered by that, I still say its a good monitor for production work.WHAT WOULD I PREFER? I’d prefer a menu layout that was more logical. I’d prefer separate volume up and down buttons, instead of having to enter the menu to change volume. It would be nice if the monitor had a Tosslink port for audio input, most computer’s today have a Tosslink audio output port. I’d also prefer higher quality speakers, if your going to put speakers in your monitor, do it right. And if you had a Tosslink connection, you’d have a high resolution sample rate and frequency response, which could actually produce quality sound.CONCLUSION: This monitor has been working out great for me. I am actually surprised at how good the quality of the screen is, for the cost. It used to be you had to spend 400 dollars or more to get an IPS monitor of this size, I’m very impressed, for the purpose I am using it for. While it may not be the best monitor, its a pretty good one for the price. Considering my usage of this monitor, I am going to give it a 5 out of 5 stars.PS: Picture of monitor showing rainbow color, is me running the tablet in Daydream COLORS mode, which is like a screensaver. And the other picture showing me playing a game on my tablet, is the game Dead Effect.
This is a great TV for the price. It is EASY to set up if you read the prompts. The feet don’t wobble. The inputs are simplified. It has no output audio or VGA input. In fact, the only output is optical.You wouldn’t want to play games on this TV, anyway. The picture is only ok. My kids and I mostly use our devices, so we don’t watch too much TV. Still, this is way better than the TCL “Jeff Bezos’s special” units. I returned my TCL for being stupid, complicated, and designed to rip you off with confusing “in-app” charges. Stick with LG or Sharp. Pay up to the $300-500 range if you want a boss picture and sound.
S. M. H.
I have an older model of this same tv that I always liked. But this one is way better. My old one was not a smart tv. The remote is not easy to get use to. I also can’t figure out if I can get a magic remote because it doesn’t look like LG has a 2020 version and my tv is a 2020. Don’t want to spend the money to find out it is not compatible.
G. Ritter von Olfers-Batocki
This Monitor is very good. But I would not pay way more than the 90$ I gave on black friday. Meanwhile there are several Monitors with Low Blue light adjuster and flicker free as well as brightness sensor. This Monitor has at least all 3 items although I have seen an Phillips Monitor for a Little more Money with These Features as well which has on top an colour gammut of 108% NTSC and has 75 Hertz refresh rate. I would probably take by now the Phillips as it is at 106$ by now – same Screen size and Display.But Overall this is an awesome Monitor. It is rated for 30000 hours backlight LED endurance and power on for MTBF of 60000 hours. My SSD has now over 10000 hs and is already a couple of years old (91% wear Level), so expect the Monitor to last about the same as an SSD with normal use. Colour gammut is 72% NTSC and is good enough for all Tasks.It came with an HDMI cable included. Stand is sturdy since it has metal underneath the plastic. I have the blue light filter on 50% (webbrowsing they call it) which reduces brigthness greatly (to which I am a bit sensitive as it seems). Auto brightness sensor is built in which does work (shining on the sensor with an flashlight increases the Screen glow and reducing it afterwards with lights switched off). Has DP and HDMI ports. Speakers are so so but work. On an Monitor like this Speakers are not really needed since I have an 2.1 T&V Speaker System. Built in Speakers are really important only in tablets where they have to be excellent and loud enough since one is not going to toss around a real estate of attached Speakers. On Desktop Setups built in Speakers are not important. 250 nits brightness is way enough for decent movie, Surfing and gaming experience. The 23.8″ size is perfect for Desktop use (I come from an 17.3″ Laptop Screen) and the IPS Panel makes the huge difference in eye care as well. The IPS Panel is the single biggest eye saver Technology of the last years which avoids the eyes to constantly find the sweet spot on an traditional non IPS Display as my Laptop Screen was. I coupled this Monitor to my older Laptop which is an wonderfull Setup – why throw away an 8 year old Laptop (Intel quad core, 8 GB RAM, SSD) when it still works perfectly and the Hardware is somewhat up to date still? For Youtube, movies, etc upgrade your old machines with an SSD and they will run for a decade more or so (avoiding electrowaste. No Need for the latest and greatest). I find myself being in front of this Monitor more without glasses which never would happened before with the traditional non IPS Laptop 17.3″ Screen. Great Monitor but watch out for a step higher when the Price is minimal more.With 23.8″ that is the Maximum to go with FHD (1920 x 1200) since at 24″ Screens you are looking already for an 4K Monitor since the Pixels of this Monitor is only at 93 PPI while my Amazon Fire tablet has an PPI of 182 IPS Display. So an 27″ Monitor should have an 4K Screen while with this Monitor you get away still with 1080p. Close up I can see with the naked eye (without glasses) the individual Pixels. But yeah, for the Price you can buy just a new one if it Fails at 60000 hours (MTBF as per specs. An SSD should have an Main Time Before Failure rate of about 2 Million hours for comparison).Set up was easy basically PnP (plug and play). Adjustment Buttons on Screen are fine. I like the power on light as it glows a whitish glow.I hope this Monitor lasts me Long as we will see the durability. Plastic parts of the Monitor are of high Quality and seem not cheapish and fit and finish is excellent. Awesome thin bezel.Darks could be darker but thats an inherent characteristic of the IPS Technology. No light bleeding or back glowing on edges or stuff but the blacks could be a bit darker. Otherwise an huge improvement from the Laptop Screen I come from.Bigger Screen and you will probably not see the edges since I sit about 30 cm away from the Monitor. Watching movies I get at least 40 cm to 100 cm distance.If the durability holds up I recommend this Monitor. I bought it because it is supposed TUV Rheinland approved and tested for flicker free and Low Blue light.Whatch out for newer models, better features and other brands for similar Price range. But you will be happy with this Monitor even for light gaming.Buy a cheapish Laptop if you cant afford anything else (or upgrade an existent one) like an cheap Dell Inspiron 11 (use the Laptop as PC), connect it to this big Monitor with mouse an keyboard, throw in a decent Sound System and you have a full Desktop replacement set up which serves as full home Theater and Entertainment System as well as gaming rig (depending on the Laptop Hardware). If one part Fails, Switch it for another part and no Need to throw the whole Thing away.I recommend this Monitor. But for retail Price of 149$ look for better deals and more bang for your buck.UPDATE 21.01.2020: On the right lower corner there seems to be the light a little dimmer than on the rest on the screen. No light bleeding but that corner gets a littler darker towards the corner (meeting point of horizontal and vertical edges). No noticeable pixels burned out on any Colour. So thats what I observed till now. Otherwise awesome monitor. I recommend for under 100$ although there are already several alternatives for this with a wider Colour gammut, a little more money and as well flicker free and reduced blue light eye care certification as well with an integrated brightness sensor. The 24″ size is about the optimal monitor size.
Got it for my bedroom. I bought an RCA at first and brought it back and bought this LG 32. The RCA was soo bad…. Sound and picture… But this TV seems nice in regards to the sound and the picture. I’ve added it to my Home Network, using a VPN of course to stop hackers, so it can basically do more than what I needed it for…. If you are in danger of getting your TV, Internet, computer compromised, I suggest IPVanish. Hides your IP addressThe only issue I’ve found, which isn’t a real bad one…. Is there’s no way to adjust the brightness to what I’m comfortable with. It’s all Preset settings. If anyone knows a way to make it different please reply.